Created: 2023-06-22 11:50 #cpp #qt #json With the following snippets you can convert a QJsonObject into a QString. First convert the QJsonObject to a QJsonDocument. Then output the document as a QByteArray (the toJson method) and feed that to the QString init. QJsonDocument doc(QJsonObject json); QString jsonString(doc.toJson()); References
Backlinks are bad because they do not provide any additional information. Rather they take away in cognitive performance because there is another link you might follow. Rather links should come from a natural flow, because the note builds on a previous note, for example. Or to include an idea from another note. I’ve come to believe that linking keywords within the idea to other notes is a better approach than a list at the bottom linking back and forth.
Notes should be linked, as is the basis of the Zettelkasten idea. However, to effectively link notes try the following: Link to a more general idea. Link to a more specific idea. Link to a related topic. See “tk notes” for when you don’t have note ready to link to. Above is how we used to think about linking notes together. In the meantime we have learned that there is some truth to this manner, but having these as a list at the bottom of a note doesn’t work.
In his Zettelkasten Luhman used tags sparringly, in this video explains that Luhman used tags more as doors into the Zettelkasten, rather than as a way of grouping things together. Additionally, it makes automatic searching for keywords harder and forces you to look through your ideas manually. Which improves the linking of notes. Sources https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TnUNN39NBU&list=WL&index=14
There are a few principles attached to a Zettelkasten: The principle of atomicity: A note should contain one idea, and one idea only. The reason for this is that you want to be able to link to an idea, and not some idea hidden on a card somewhere in the middle. The principle of autonomy: Each note should be self-contained and comprehensible. This includes autonomy from other notes, but also from the sources.