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This is my implementation of a note-taking app, organized around the following principles:
Linking creates structure as necessary. Having to choose a category or folder for notes just makes me tired. I want to write and connect stuff as I think of it. Structure will emerge where it needs to! I should also be able to see all linked/unlinked references to a note.
Notes are for me. Sharing is important but secondary, and exporting should be fine in most cases. Note, though, that this means I want importing to work great so I can slurp in stuff from multiple places!
Anything I can see, I can edit. There should be as few read-only views in the app as I can manage.
Keyboard shortcuts for the win. I want to be able to navigate completely with the keyboard. Vim-ish keybindings, if possible!
If I can't organize things I need to do, I'm not going to use the tool. It should handle TODOs nicely (due/defer, mark/complete/cancel, recurrence rules?) It should also be possible to reorder/filter todos in some sort of aggregate view.
Aggregate views reveal structure. These look like queries. Maybe I want to see only the first marked TODO in each note? Should be doable.
|Alt-Up||Move edit cursor up||No|
|Alt-Shift-Up||Move node up||No|
|Alt-Down||Move edit cursor down||No|
|Alt-Shift-Down||Move node down||No|
|Alt-Right||Move edit cursor to first child||No|
|Alt-Left||Move edit cursor to parent||No|
|Enter||Split node at cursor||Yes|
elm-rte-toolkit looks cool, and it may make sense to add it later, but don't go for the complexity now! Keep things simple as long as possible!
TODO: I need to add this to an in-app page somewhere.