I just see an empty page. The HTML body is just (div id="sb-root")(/div).
No, but I don’t have the most recent browser (currently Firefox 81).
Sounds like a bug, then!
Some people here like to complain if a site doesn’t work with JS enabled, unfortunately usually passive-aggressively. I’m sorry I lumped you in with them!
I don’t mind JS; I get more upset when I have to do a browser update just to access an essential feature.
It doesn’t work at all in incognito mode, at least in Firefox.
I’m also getting an empty page on IPhone safari
I wonder how hard it would be to add Obsidian compatibility (same method of link resolving, block IDs, callout blocks) 🤔 It seems that it’s quite modular with its plugin system.
If I could immediately import my obsidian notes that’d be amazing! Might start working on a plugin… Seems to cover most of the use cases I have for obsidian but is open source which is a big win for me.
I was wondering the very same for other systems like Logseq or even Foam.
Logseq has different file structure, IIRC you can separate directories with dots in wiki links. I prefer Obsidian’s approach, where you specify a path relative to the root of your vault. It uses shortened version if note name is unique.
Ah how interesting!
What would be the best way to store version history? I’d probably want it to git commit everything automatically. Is this something a plugin can do?
Or maybe that’s better handled separately. There might be some generic tool that watches a directory for changes and commits automatically.
Oh, but maybe sqlite in git is a bad idea? (Edit: you’d probably just gitignore it since it can always be rederived from the .md files.)
This looks fantastic. I just added the backlinks Plug, nice! I wish everything (even Back) was a command. I also wish for a cheat sheet on hotkeys.
Which Markdown? We have 10 forks masquerading as though they’re unified or compatible.
Covered here: https://silverbullet.md/Markdown
I got this set up on fly.io yesterday and am loving it so far! It was relatively painless to set up, and now I have notes that sync across my work machine, phone, and iPad. The core functionality is similar enough to Obsidian that I feel comfortable moving to silverbullet full time. There’s also plenty of space to develop my own plugs, something I’ll be looking into over the next few weeks.
How does this compare to Logseq?