This is more an open question of whether it’s possible to do the following, and moreover how you would suggest to do it.
So, as many others have tried (and some succeeded), I am tinkering with the idea of augmenting my computers’ file system and build an interface on top of it.
What I want to do is to have a root folder (
/projects), with a list of subfolders. Inside each subfolder there are say three text files, formatted kirby styles, containing a mix of
My idea would be to place the kirby folder inside the
/projects folder instead of outside of it, and set a custom path (or custom paths) to make kirby read all the other subfolders as content folders. As written above though, these subfolder projects each has three text files, sitting at the root of the folder. So they should be read by kirby as well (quick solution would be to put each of them inside a folder, but let me keep it dreamy for now)
The reason is that I don’t want to change my file structure because of kirby or any other website app, and rather wish I could accomodate it within the already existing structure (all in all kirby should act as an interface layer than anything else).
This is the
projects/ project-a/ init.txt notes.txt todo.txt project-b/ init.txt notes.txt todo.txt kirby/↑
Is this nonsense or somehow doable?