Hi everyone, I’m not sure if this is the proper category or if it would be more relevant in Meta.
In any case, I have a question about the writing process once notes are taken. I’d like to define a clear and reproducible way to write as well as share produced notes/articles. So, this post is a bit of a mix between concepts and examples, I hope it’ll stay clear anyway.
I’d like to differentiate my finalized output from my notes and ideas, as such I was thinking that a
writing/folder separate from the
org-roam/folder is in order. Though drafts can live in a
writing/should be final or close to final products I or others can read and understand, they stand on their own.
Does that structure make sense ? How do you differentiate those processes and organize your work ?
Now onto a more technical question. I want to share some of my final notes with colleagues or friends, code & graphs included but I also want to version control said final notes.
I should create one directory per project in
writing/and each project should live in its own
I should one
writing/, one directory per project and each project is a
The third option seems more simple but not really scalable while the fourth seems more scalable but maybe difficult to maintain.
What’s your take on the matter?