Yamado is a note & journal system with extensions for functioning as a homepage & blog.
Yamado is a note & journal system with extensions for functioning as a website. The file system is used to store all data and the system is mostly text-driven. All articles are submitted as files in the Yamado format, which is YAML + Markdown.
Requiring a markdown processor:
More converters planned to come.
Yamado is an interface to a system of scripts and programs.
The normal command format is
The simplest way to write an article is with:
yamado write -i
Which will ask you some questions and then launch an editor. Once saved and closed, the article is added in the repository.
To run the publishing hooks (e.g. the HTML converter), run:
To further customise and extend Yamado, look into
.ymd file has two segments, the YAML header and the Markdown body.
yamado form prints an empty template header and space for the markdown.
Take a look at the empty template of a ymd header, the fields are quite self-explanatory.
For more information look at the yamado man page.
The files in this directory constitute the Yamado system.
yamado: Service functions
yamadoclient: A client to control remote installations via SSH.
yamadoctl: Service control for owners or administrators.
bin/: Directory of scripts used by Yamado. You shouldn't call these directly unless you know what you are doing.
share/: Resources shared by other services.
converters/: Collection of converter scripts.
yamadoclient script on your local system and configure
Checkout the example client.conf in
The available commands are:
copykey: installs your local ssh public key on the server.
ls: lists all added articles.
form: returns any empty template from the server.
write: opens an editor with on empty template and uploads it when editor exits.
add: add a local file and its attachments to the server.
get: get an article from the server and return the temporary directory.
edit: gets a file and launches the default editor; uploads & adds the article once editor is closed.
publish: run publish on the server.
AGPL 3.0: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.txt
All files are distributed provided by Yamado are licenced under AGPL 3.0. A brief of the licence is at the bottom of this file and a full copy in LICENCE. Some files are without notice, list at the end of this file.
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The following files don't contain a licence notice but are still under AGPL 3.