Personal Knowledge Management (PKM)
building beautiful documentation, open-source knowledge base, organize your research
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Dendron is an open-source, local-first, markdown-based, note-taking tool. It’s a personal knowledge management solution (PKM) built specifically for developers and integrates natively with IDEs like VS Code and VSCodium.
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collaborative knowledge graph
- Logseq: A privacy-first, open-source knowledge base
- Roam Research – A note taking tool for networked thought.
- Obsidian is not open-source.
Guy shifted from Logseq to Obsidian over the last couple of weeks. One of my reasons for doing so is that while Logseq does technically store your notes as local markdown files, there’s so much added on top of that, that I can’t really open my notes folder in Typora/[markdown editor of choice] and have a smooth experience reading my notes. The underlying format might be open, but there was still lock-in. Obsidian seems much better for that - there’ll always be a tradeoff between features and portability, but I do prefer Obsidian’s balance.
Ukratko: Obsidian is better than Logseq due to limitations in accessing notes as plain markdown files in Logseq.