January 23, 2019

Intertwingling the TiddlyWiki

Don’t build a notebook, build a tool that lets you build notebooks.

Jeremy Ruston

Intertwingling the TiddlyWiki” is a fascinating talk by Jeremy Ruston (author of TiddlyWiki), and Joe Armstrong (author of Erlang) about the design of software like TiddlyWiki and how useful it could be if separate wikis could talk” to each other. It’s a take on federation and also hits on ideas behind creating a Zettelkasten.

Jeremy’s bit starts at around 16:30.

I took some notes.

tiddlywiki federation indieweb hypertext

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