Scopes track common areas of functionality in Dendron.
Scopes are organized along two categorization schemes:
- Horizontal Categorization: track a common, non-primary, trait across many domains
- Vertical Categorization: track a common primary trait in a given domain
A categorization that groups elements by a shared trait. You can think of this as a cross cutting concern in software development - horizontal categorization splits up elements by some non-primary quality of that element.
Scopes that are grouped using Horizontal Categorization
A categorization that groups elements by a primary function.
Scopes that are grouped using Vertical Categorization
Anything that affects the editing experience. Edit also involves creating new notes.
Area of Dendron related to retrieval of notes.
Relating to navigating between notes, wikilinks, graph, note links etc.
Related to keeping notes in a structured, ordered fashion.
Dendron workspaces can be sync'd with a variety of sources (git, airtable, mobile). Any issues with that go here.
Static site generation, sending note links and anything to do with publishing your notes.
Collaboration related items. Intended for use to categorize work for teams and seeds.
Anything lookup related. This means anything to do with how results display in the lookup widget.
Relating to Markdown support built in to Dendron.
Dendron Preview, Tree View, Side Panels in the UI
Making Dendron faster and more reliable. All the non-functional stuff goes here.
Functionality relating to the VSCode workspaces and their usage inside Dendron.