I have started managing notes and documents that are not included in the ezdxf documentation in Logseq in late 2023. It works like a wiki but does not require a backend server. The Information is edited as Markdown files, which is much more intuitive than reStructured Text, and the content is stored in local files.
The notes are included in the source code repository on Github in the notes folder.
A published edition of this Knowledge Graph is included on the ezdxf website and is accessible by the link https://ezdxf.mozman.at/notes.
The Knowledge Graph includes:
Release Notes of future releases and some versions back
IDEAS for future releases
all my notes to ezdxf
In the future the DXF Internals section from this documentation may also move to the Knowledge Graph.
Logseq’s outline structure is not ideal for all the documents I want to include, but I chose Logseq over Obsidian.md because it is open source and can publish the knowledge graph as a static website, static in the sense of no server-side code execution.
his feature is important to me for hosting the content of the Knowledge Graph on the ezdxf` website and cannot be achieved for free with Obsidian.md.