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klekih
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Instead of using OneNote, Evernote, etc I'm thinking of using a git repo where I would write notes, save bookmarks, links, information, everything with markdown.

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  • 4
    Great. Public repo right? I will search your github to see your stuffs.
  • 0
    @CozyPlanes I haven't thinking about this but yes, why not public? Thanks for this idea.
  • 0
    @thmnmlst why?
  • 4
    @tomb you want other people to see your notes? REALLY?
  • 0
    @CozyPlanes technical ones (what I'm learning, what I've found interesting on various subjects) yes, no problem. As for what is private... I taught this is out of question in the case of a public repo.
  • 3
    @tomb what if other people make pull requests, make commits, make bunch if new branches and tags, add fules, edit files................

    It is your choice
  • 0
    @thmnmlst yes, you're right with this. The private things are out of questions but other technical things, lists, notes, etc... anyway I don't expect anyone to be interested in this.
  • 1
    @CozyPlanes that can become a public curated project...
  • 3
    Can i ask you sth? Is your nickname your real name?@tomb not to be offensive though
  • 1
    @CozyPlanes no, it's not the real name. Why?
  • 3
    @tomb kinda scary... Never mind
    Imfao
  • 0
    @CozyPlanes yeah, I've noticed after I set it up. Coming from other language than english, it wasn't obvious at first. I think the nickname can be changed now in devrant.
  • 2
    @tomb it is okay, but you can change it yeah, but be careful, ince every 6 months and other people can use tomb immediately after you changed your username
  • 0
    use gitlab (private) or use bear.app if you use mac
  • 0
    @zedchoo I already have private repos on gitlab. Thx for bear.app, I'm trying it.
  • 0
    @CozyPlanes ever heard of dotfiles? Most people host them publicly
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    @tomeb I use private gists at GitHub for that
  • 1
    I'm using a public repo to take notes and track my #100DaysOfCode challenge. Plus, learning deep markdown
  • 0
    @CozyPlanes you can change your nickname?! How?
  • 0
    @n1had go to settings and then to "change username and email"
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    I write my university notes in markdown and store them locally... check out Typora, multiplatform md editor
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    @kaloczidev thx for Typora, I'll check it.
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