If the Hyperbole Koutliner and HyRolo functions prove insufficient fir this use case, there is Org-Journal:
And you can always embed Hyperbole links in Org files as well as Hyperbole is everywhere in Emacs once loaded.
Xavier MAILLARD writes:fl
The question is not if it is possible but *how*, you, expert users of
Hyperbole would go with it.I have never heard about the bullet journal until now. As I get if from watching the 5 minute demo it is a way to organise your todo items. To me it is not clear what is the best mapping from the method used in a notebook to use with files and folders under Emacs. So it is hard to suggest how Hyperbole would support that.
This is something I do not understand: each time I want you to show me
how you would go for something with a *concrete* example, someone is
going with the DEMO meme.Building you own personal information system requires that you understand your tools and how they best can be put to use in achieving what you want.
If it is pretty straightforward to do things, why do I feel totally
lost with Hyperbole ?
Please, I know time is precious but just a little help would be so
appreciated here. I just want to get started and experiment from
that. The DEMO does not permit such thing.For a bullet journal system I would start experimenting with how the concepts from the system can be mapped to files and folders. Can the calendar and diary subsystem in Emacs be used for the different logs. Can implicit or explicit buttons be used to make navigation between the different parts of the system possible. Can modes, like kotl-mode or org-mode, provide the support you want for supporting the lower level todo list concepts, etc.Yours-- %% Mats