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  • neorg

    Modernity meets insane extensibility. The future of organizing your life in Neovim.

    I tried clicking on "Usage Modules" but it seems like it's not in there yet. The documentation seems to be an incomplete item on their roadmap: "Develop and ship a Neorg landing page with documentation, presumably with docasaurus."

    https://github.com/nvim-neorg/neorg/blob/main/ROADMAP.md

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  • vimwiki

    Personal Wiki for Vim

    No, Neorg does not use the same markup as Org-mode. They use their own specification that is specifically designed to be different from Org-mode spec.

    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvim-neorg/norg-specs/main...

    Furthermore, each item you have listed as a benefit to Org-mode is in fact capable of being done in Markdown via plugins for neovim, and probably other markdown editors, like Loqseq, Roamresearch, or Obisidian, much in the same way you speak of plugins that interface with .org docs.

    https://github.com/wthollingsworth/pomodoro.nvim

    https://github.com/Myzel394/easytables.nvim

    https://github.com/vimwiki/vimwiki

    So, my suggestion is that before dismissing a comment regarding a plugin that is unfamiliar to you, is to read its spec, and then try to understand why people would be perhaps dismissive of that tool, especially when it chooses to conflict with existing, more popular choices.

  • orgmode

    Orgmode clone written in Lua for Neovim 0.9+.

    nvim-orgmode [1] is also available. Knowledge from emacs orgmode should carry over without much issue. I didn't feel like there was a need to reinvent the wheel like neorg does when there were powerful notetaking solutions available; does anyone have a comparison breakdown of features and capabilities?

    [1] https://github.com/nvim-orgmode/orgmode

  • zk-nvim

    Neovim extension for zk

    I've been using zk-nvim[0], it works well enough for me and uses Markdown.

    [0]: https://github.com/zk-org/zk-nvim

  • pomodoro.nvim

    A Pomodoro timer for Neovim written in Lua

    No, Neorg does not use the same markup as Org-mode. They use their own specification that is specifically designed to be different from Org-mode spec.

    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvim-neorg/norg-specs/main...

    Furthermore, each item you have listed as a benefit to Org-mode is in fact capable of being done in Markdown via plugins for neovim, and probably other markdown editors, like Loqseq, Roamresearch, or Obisidian, much in the same way you speak of plugins that interface with .org docs.

    https://github.com/wthollingsworth/pomodoro.nvim

    https://github.com/Myzel394/easytables.nvim

    https://github.com/vimwiki/vimwiki

    So, my suggestion is that before dismissing a comment regarding a plugin that is unfamiliar to you, is to read its spec, and then try to understand why people would be perhaps dismissive of that tool, especially when it chooses to conflict with existing, more popular choices.

  • easytables.nvim

    Easily insert and edit markdown tables using Neovim with a live preview and useful helpers

    No, Neorg does not use the same markup as Org-mode. They use their own specification that is specifically designed to be different from Org-mode spec.

    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvim-neorg/norg-specs/main...

    Furthermore, each item you have listed as a benefit to Org-mode is in fact capable of being done in Markdown via plugins for neovim, and probably other markdown editors, like Loqseq, Roamresearch, or Obisidian, much in the same way you speak of plugins that interface with .org docs.

    https://github.com/wthollingsworth/pomodoro.nvim

    https://github.com/Myzel394/easytables.nvim

    https://github.com/vimwiki/vimwiki

    So, my suggestion is that before dismissing a comment regarding a plugin that is unfamiliar to you, is to read its spec, and then try to understand why people would be perhaps dismissive of that tool, especially when it chooses to conflict with existing, more popular choices.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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