Hey @DavidL What you’re asking about is commonly referred to as a “digital garden” for public learning. I had some trouble wrapping my head around it, so I have a post that you may be interested in reading. There were some excellent contributions to the post, which you can find here: Understanding digital garden creation with Obsidian. Particularly helpful to me was the detailed comment by @ShaneRobinson, which you can find here.
As @icouto said, a public publish feature is on the development plan and given the speed at which the Obsidian devs are working, I imagine it will hit beta within a few weeks. But the above post may give you some options in the meantime.
I have opted to wait for Obsidian because I really want to support this platform, although I may try an alternate approach for learning purposes.
Here are a few related links you may want to check out, as well:
You’re welcome, @DavidL. Yes, Mental Nodes is the ‘digital garden’ that got me on this path. By the way, the owner of Mental Nodes is not a man. Her name is Anne-Laure Le Cunff. She’s a brilliant writer and a neuroscience student. She’s very prolific in her writing. If interested, you can find her on Twitter, and her own very popular blog, Ness Labs.. Good luck, and make sure to post your notes here when you have them up!
If you know how to use Node.js locally, your Obsidian vault would live in the /notes folder.
You could host it free on Netlify.
Whenever you added a Note or made a change, you’d just push it via Git and it would be live online in <1 minute.