I’ve had a number of people reach out recently to inquire about my Obsidian automation scripts. I will get them posted to Github in the relatively nearly future. In their current state, they are not ready for public consumption. There are lots of hard-coded paths, to say nothing of the code is fairly ugly. I’ve cleaned up about half the code and moved it into a Python package. I still need to work on the other half.
The problem, as always, is time. I am working on a day-job crunch as I prepare to roll out some software my team has been developing for the past year. That really limits my time in March and April. So at this point, May is looking like when I will most likely have time to work finish my cleanup of the Python code.
I promise to post an update once I’ve put the code on GitHub. Until then, thanks for your patience.