What's up? What tool do you use for your Digital Garden?

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on /r/DigitalGardens

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  • foam-example-personal

    My personal FOAM setup with all the extensions, settings, and structure details

    I use VSCode with a collection of extensions focused around the Foam extension for my second-brain, then publish a subsection of it with GitHub pages as a digital garden. The basic outline is here.

  • um

    Create and maintain your own man pages so you can remember how to do stuff

    Frameworks, systems: Obsidian (some logseq, zettlr, fsnotes, sqlite3), google keep and docs Editors: Typora (vim), textmate Terminal: ack/grep/find, (vim), um

  • PopRuby

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  • gradfolio

    responsive, dark-mode ready Jekyll theme designed for use as a personal website and portfolio

    for something, i wound up using the static site generator, jekyll w/ a modified version of a theme called gradfolio which is hosted on github pages. my site, or, rather, my something's source code is available here in it's github repository.

  • walderf

    for something, i wound up using the static site generator, jekyll w/ a modified version of a theme called gradfolio which is hosted on github pages. my site, or, rather, my something's source code is available here in it's github repository.

  • pages-gem

    A simple Ruby Gem to bootstrap dependencies for setting up and maintaining a local Jekyll environment in sync with GitHub Pages

    for something, i wound up using the static site generator, jekyll w/ a modified version of a theme called gradfolio which is hosted on github pages. my site, or, rather, my something's source code is available here in it's github repository.

  • Jekyll

    :globe_with_meridians: Jekyll is a blog-aware static site generator in Ruby

    for something, i wound up using the static site generator, jekyll w/ a modified version of a theme called gradfolio which is hosted on github pages. my site, or, rather, my something's source code is available here in it's github repository.

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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