Note-taking system (Second Brain implementation in neovim)

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  • wiki.vim

    A wiki plugin for Vim

    There's really interesting discussion on wiki.vim's issue tracker which we had few years ago. I think it's worth advertising because there are many more details and ideas for notetaking systems:

  • obsidian.nvim

    Neovim plugin for Obsidian, written in Lua

    Because I like to collect notes from the browser with to obsidian and edit in Nvim with

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  • marksman

    Write Markdown with code assist and intelligence in the comfort of your favourite editor.

    A hackier way that you can bend to your will and might be more vim-like is using the Marksman LSP with regular old markdown files in vim. You can go-to-definition in markdown links, etc. This is a Helix YouTuber who shows off some of the power of marksman, but all of these concepts translate 1 to 1 with neovim:

  • doom_config

    In case OP is interested, here’s my config. The main annoyance, which works fine now, was getting variable fonts to work. I have always struggled to get fonts to behave as I want in Doom.

  • OVIWrite

    A Vim Config for Writing and Writers

    Dot files: .

  • dot

  • vim-todotxt-syntax

    Change your vim or neovim to an ultimate TODO management tool.

    I'm just using my small and simple plugin for todotxt syntax highlight, that I've made years ago for vim. It's useful when I want to put some extra colors or I want to include some tasks in the file.

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