I am a *very* big fan of TiddlyWiki. I use it to document just about anything I figure out while working on projects, setting up systems, … Anything I would otherwise quickly forget. It makes it easier to add structure to random tidbits of information, and forcing myself to document while I work on something helps to stay focused on a certain goal.
I noticed some of the “official documentation” Tiddlers had options to emphasize tips and (more importantly) warnings, such as these:
While there seems to be an endless list of special tricks one can do with a TiddlyWiki, this was something that seemed really useful so I decided I needed to find out how to recreate them…
Add the macros and stylesheets
In the examples below, replace “Deevee” with any other folder name where you want to gather your own custom macros and stylesheets…
The following is a brief guide to reinstalling/setting up Visual Studio Code (VSC) on a new Linux system. The main use is Python development. As such, it is very brief and mostly for my own documentation.
sudo snap install --classic code
Install Python packages
! DO THIS OUTSIDE OF AN ACTIVE VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT !