My new Joplin API for C# is very much incomplete; but it still can do useful things. I use it to create and update notes.
When I wrote the post On taking notes and syndicating them [https://zblesk.net/blog/on-taking-notes-and-syndicating-them/], I've (manually) sent a webmention to Ton Zijlstra's post it was based on. I hadn't really expected
I've been following Ton Zijlstra's blog for the past few months with great interest. There's noone else in my reader who blogs quite like he does - maybe I should find more.
I didn't even remember how much time passed since I switched from Evernote to Joplin - I had to check the previous blog entry. Apparently, it's been more or less exactly three years. A lot has changed since then - all of it for the better.
I like the Ghost blogging platform. I also really like Joplin, the tool that handles all of my notes. In order to be able to search both my notes and my blog posts with a single search, I've written Ghoplin, a tool for downloading Ghost posts into Joplin.