Org Roam

Since I started using minemacs few days ago, I discovered some new things like org-roam

As you might know, it is implementation of concepts from Roam research in org-mode (That may not be accurate description, but close enough)

I had tried org-mode long time ago, when I moved from vi/m to Emacs.

But later, as I wanted to share (publish) my notes, I settled on markdown format. (Yes, I’m aware that org-mode allows publishing notes, but for now I prefer native markdown files) Yet, org seems useful for personal notes since it is integrated within Emacs.

I had also written about Stashpad and I use as my Developer notebook ever since.

Since these are just snippets of data/information/instructions that are not necessarily useful for others and/or are specific to the work and thus private, these make perfect candidates for storing in org-roam

org-roam are still text files.

Stashpad notes OTOH are stored in proprietary (binary?) format (I don’t know this as a fact, just guessing)

So I’ve started moving my notes from Stashpad to Org-roam