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Edit .i3/ to create the multiple scratchpads at startup and put them automatically where I want them – second answer is a good example.

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Knowledge/plans management

I just discovered didoesdigital.com, which is absolutely excellent on all levels. I’m missing a way to categorize everything I see there.

I should/could make things-I’m-learning pages with links and checklist for things I’m doing/learning. I’m not quite sure what should it look like, but it would definitely be something Jekyll-like. I think I’m slowly going in the direction of Steve Wolfram’s dashboard. Or at least a different vim in a different floating window that opens with another keystroke, i3 would make it easy to do that. In general I need a much better system to track the things I’m learning or reading. Polarized goes in the right direction. And I feel my links wiki will stay just that – a links wiki. Unless I make a seamless interface to it, I don’t really like it for actual knowledge management, even though it’s the absolute best I have until now.

And I must not fall in my typical error about sharpening the saw more that actually cutting trees, even though sharpening the saw is a really pleasant thing to do for me.

EDIT: Just created it at here, we’ll see what happens. I can imagine a dashboard based on it, and some kind of integration for task/timewarrior. Probably something ncurses-based in python?

Trickle lists

This is the application - in general I find the idea really inspiring. I could imagine it on a touchscreen somewhere, or at least on a second desktop. Is it conceptually different from Nomie? Can I add just add another “trickle” board?

Jekyll deploy.sh

Added at the end ./commit.sh, which is a small file with git commit, so now it gets backed up to github automatically every time I deploy a new version on the server.