Vibrato Notes - An Open-Source Note-Taking App That Will Be Hackable Through a Lisp-Like Scripting Language
Take full control of your digital notebook! Vibrato Notes will be a powerful & extensible note-taking application. It will feature a lisp-like scripting language, likely Chicken Scheme, that will allow you to automate anything and add additional functionality to the editor.
About The Author & Project
Hi, everyone! I'm Doug, age 20. I have been using Linux as a desktop since 2016 and have been programming since I was quite young. One thing I have always wanted on Linux was a seamless cross-platform note-taking experience that is both powerful and convenient. There are various options but in all I have had various productivity and usability hindrances. By following Linux-related subreddits for a while I found I was not the only one running into these problems.
Vibrato Notes will be extendable through a Lisp-like scripting language. If you do not prefer Lisp, there will likely be a Python API as well on the desktop.
I decided to start not only Vibrato Notes, but the Open App Library Project as a whole. Its goal will be to create a sustainable open-source software company that is able to create and maintain truly useful applications while being able to support other open-source projects through donations.