Do you use something like #git to you house your writing locally? Is it all typed up with a typewriter, or is it all in loose leafs of paper?

@fleurc
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Use git (on notabug) for saving plans, emacs using fountain mode for scripting, Notion for wiki lore documentation. And Org mode on emacs for the simpler planning tasks (to do lists).

relejek
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Not a writer yet I use .md format with git and any compatible editor for .md files.

Markor app on android w/ Termux + git vscodium for Linux-gnu w/ terminal + git

Also pen on paper feels awesome when I’m in creative mood.

10_0
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I type it up in libre office, and also save it as a .txt aswell

Kromonos
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I have my writing in a crypto container, synced to my Nextcloud.

Alixander Court
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Just committed my novel to gitea. https://gitea.com/alixandercourt/Without-Power

@greensand@lemmy.ml
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I’ve always used the simplest notepad I can find (mostly the OS default), but also still rely a lot on pen & paper as it helps me brainstorm better

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