knowledge repository managed with org-mode and org-roam.
The org files used to generate the markdown files are also hosted here for posterity. They can be found in the org folder.
I use the Ninja build tool to convert my Org files into Markdown locally. This is so that only changed Org files get reprocessed into Markdown files. Ninja spawns many Emacs instances in batch mode running
ox-hugo, parallelizing the job of exporting the Org files.
To convert all Org files into Markdown, run:
build.pyis simple enough to inspect. Once the Markdown files are generated, we can use Hugo to generate the website.
Install hugo. E.g., on a Mac with Homebrew:
$ brew install hugo
Make sure the submodule containing the Hugo theme is installed:
$ git submodule init $ git submodule update
Now run hugo to generate the files (find them in
Or run the following to get an immediately browsable website on localhost:
$ hugo serve