Would you like to join me in the Agora?

If you like taking notes, you're almost already in it :) If you tell me where your notes are (I keep mine on, the Agora can pull them and integrate them into one big social knowledge graph.

The Agora is currently best perhaps for more technical users -- it takes some effort to set it up, but I'm happy to help you every step of the way if you need it.

It is important to me that the Agora has many voices; as many as would like to be in it.

I hope to make it more user friendly soon.

The Agora has many nodes; each node is a [[topic]]. Topics, nodes, are written between square brackets. They are [[wikilinks]]. When you click on them, they take you to resources associated with that topic. A list or graph of subnodes within that target node.

If you would like to know more, please refer to

If you'd like to set it up, send an email to with your repository information or reach out to me via DM or via one of the channels listed in

Thank you!

(P.S. the Agora is, and will always be, open source.)

@flancian this is super interesting. I mix and match my notes along with blog type posts. See for my single player garden.

Source is on GitHub but currently private. I guess you’re going to need to add adapters that transform different Markdown inputs?

@bmann nice to meet you!

Yes, exactly. I'm keeping track of the implementation plan in the Agora proper:

Right now there's an adapter for [[Roam]], and native support for [[Foam]] and [[Obsidian]]. But I'd like to add adapters for, well, all formats :)

@flancian I sort of use Foam / Obsidian but have some customization to get the Jekyll site generated from the Markdown source.

I have an open repo now with some test content I can experiment with, will take a look at the plan.

@bmann it would be amazing if you wanted to join the Agora! You are 99% of the way there; the URL of an open repo with Markdown notes in it following any reasonable standard (I can add code to handle idiosyncrasies if needed) suffices. are the values of this Agora. But there could be many.

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