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Sridhar Ratnakumar

mentioned hierarchical tags in reddit, https://old.reddit.com/r/Zettelkasten/comments/gd8trl/tags_or_index_zettels/fpggq1n/

Just a related note: neuron has what is known as "hierarchical tags". It is not documented yet (I'm planning to write about it soon), but...
Nicholas Scheel

If you’re curious, for my own record-keeping system I settled on tags as being a poset, so not only can you descend deeper into topics (programming, functional programming, Haskell, ...), you can also intersect topics/branches, so something like generative art is below both visual art and applied mathematics and programming. Then you only need to tag “generative art” and it will be grouped under those topics (although presumably art is the most important of those).

Capn Nemo

@felko @Sridhar Ratnakumar I got neuron --version working (I think) on emacs for windows. I installed eshell in Doom Emacs, then SPC o e opens eshell, then typed wsl ENT and then neuron --version and it returned the version number. But still not sure how to make it all work together. Can't actually test it now, but wanted to tell you.

Capn Nemo

Strangley, wsl neuron doesn't work, but wsl ENT and then on a new line neuron does.

Capn Nemo

Hmm, tried to open neuron and got this:

Sridhar Ratnakumar

"how easy is to create new notes from tags" https://old.reddit.com/r/Zettelkasten/comments/gi2enj/help_is_there_a_software_besides_roam_research/

Hellos, ​ The title is quite self-explanatory, but let's add some background. I'm currently a full-time student and part-time researcher...