This marks the very first Zettelkasten entry in this repo. To do this I’ve created my own
Zet tool called zet-cmd written in Golang. It uses Bonzai by rwxrob and is heavily
inspired by his own zet repo.
I needed a way to capture small, digestible nuggets of wisdom and other thoughts or learnings in a manner that let’s me do it without needing a full blog post. It also needs to be searchable publicly and using GitHub makes that pretty simple.
So far zet-cmd can:
- Create new Zet’s
- Edit existing ones
- Search across all Zet’s
- Generate a url with a search term for the repo on GitHub
- Retrieve the latest zet for easier editing
In the future more commands will be added which make life easier. More helper commands to make piping data into Vim will be added in the future.
Some example usages:
Creating a GitHub.com search query with
zet q "search term" would return:
#zettelkasten #golang #bonzai #rwxrob