A local-first, non-linear, outliner notebook for organizing and sharing your personal knowledge base. Use it to organize your todo list, to write your journals, or to record your unique life. (by logseq)

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  • Sharing my student tools, apps and helpful resources
    reddit.com/r/nus | 2021-10-18
    You can also use "Logseq: A privacy-first, open-source knowledge base" https://logseq.com.
  • A second brain, for you, forever
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-17
    I’d check out logseq [0]. Closer to roam than obsidian, but GPL, operates on plaintext files, and supports Org-mode style formatting as well as markdown. It’s getting to be fairly fully featured by now, and the development team moves fast. It’s a joy to use.

    [0]: https://logseq.com/

    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-17
    If you enjoy working in org-mode, you should definitely check out logseq: https://logseq.com/
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-17
    My problem with Electron apps is that they don't seem to support window decorations under Wayland on Linux. I'm trying Logseq (https://github.com/logseq/logseq ) right now, and like any Electron app on Wayland, you have to start it via "Logseq --enable-features=UseOzonePlatform --ozone-platform=wayland" but that still doesn't give you window decorations (like titlebar, minimize button, etc)
  • My long-term memory is so bad it’s become disruptive
    reddit.com/r/ADHD | 2021-10-17
    Offload your knowledge into a note-taking system like https://logseq.com/
  • Updates on the WYSIWYG editor?
    No updates other than what's on the trello board. For now you might want to take a look at logseq
  • Any Self-Hosted Note Taking Solutions
    I eventually found https://logseq.com/ which is extremely powerful, and stores files in an easy to read plain text format (that is also compatible with Emacs Org-mode). I store it all in SyncThing which adds versioning and syncs it to my phone (Orgzly is an Org-mode Android app!).
  • Interoperable Serendipity
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-14
  • note-taking, citation, mind mapping and flashcards all in one software?
    One of them would be logseq. The mindmap come as a plug in though.
  • Looking for a Roam replacement
    reddit.com/r/PKMS | 2021-10-08
    Try out https://logseq.com/. I fell in love with it. I think it meets all your requirements.
  • Do you know a good and FOSS diary app?
    You can take a look on Obsidian and Logseq(mobile version coming soon)
  • Logseq: A privacy-first, open-source knowledge base
  • Ask HN: What are good self-hosted outliner apps like Workflowy and Dynalist?
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-14
  • Ask HN: How do you take notes throughout your work day?
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-13
    I have tried many many tools over the years. Each time limitations, platform support or proprietary data formats frustrated me. In recent years I started to experiment just using Markdown files, but then cross references and having to organise document and folder structure ahead of time proved to be yet another failing.

    Started to look at a few modern takes on the problem including Roam Research. A few months ago I found https://logseq.com/ Still in beta but progressing quickly. So far I think I have finally found my happy place.

  • Had a go at more automated syncing of my highlights to logseq note taking software.
    https://logseq.com/ is a kind of roam copy, but it's very customizable and you can write plugins. I'm currently investigating if there can be a more direct way to get pdfs highlighted on the remarkable and the other way around as well.


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