Hi TT,

it's not really related to Github. I just use to store/backup my tiddlers. 
The backend storage is actually quite irrelevant. I just need some "best 
practices" / workflows that individuals have established over time in order 
to manage multiple wikis. 

Cheers, 
Victor

On Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at 12:26:32 PM UTC+1, TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> Ciao Victor
>
> As far as I understand GitHub it can be used (with various sub-tools) to 
> create workflows of complexity & sophistication.
>
> I don't have the knowledge to advise on particulars. 
>
> But I think this may be more a question for asking on GitHub itself?
>
> Best wishes
> TT
>
> On Monday, 2 December 2019 11:39:56 UTC+1, Victor Dorneanu wrote:
>>
>> Hi everyone, 
>>
>> what I want to achieve is to have multiple wikis for each "area" of 
>> knowledge. Let's say:
>>
>>
>>    - coding
>>    - notes (from books, articles etc.)
>>    - cooking recipes
>>    - etc.
>>
>>
>> I like to manage my tiddlers at a single place, that means: Have 
>> everything inside a big (git) repository. However, when I want to 
>> share/publish my content I'd like to have multiple files for each knowledge 
>> area:
>>
>>
>>    - coding.html (for coding)
>>       - everything that is tagged with "coding" or has "coding" as a 
>>       parent tag
>>       - notes.html (for notes)
>>       - everything that is tagged with "notes" or has "notes" as a 
>>       parent tag
>>    - and so forth
>>
>>
>> For every published wiki I'd like to also have a different welcome page 
>> and perhaps different style (CSS) customizations. 
>>
>> I came across this Github issue thread 
>> <https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/3069> where Tobi Beer 
>> (awesome work BTW!) presented some dirty implementation 
>> <https://tobibeer.github.io/TiddlyWiki5> of a "monolithic" based 
>> multiple wiki approach. Without going into details of current discussion 
>> regarding that topic: What would be the most easiest way to achieve what 
>> I've described before?
>>
>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>>
>> Greetings, 
>> Victor 
>>
>>

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