As a lot of people I have a “second” brain in obsidian, so I store a lot of things in there.
I use one vault for everything because I have links from everywhere (from personal to work and so on)
I want to share some of the notes with my students and coworkers
Current publish option doesn’t suggest to have passwords page-based, you can only password the entire website
Is there any way to make page-based passwords (enetering passoword for specifc page, not an authorisation tool)?
If not what would be the easiest way to maintain md → pdf routine (GH Pages doesn’t work well with Latex, which is exremely important)
+1 This would be a feature, that I would be willing to pay additional money for !
I have some Notes that I would like to share public to every visitor, but some others that should remain only for a certain circle - but all of them are connected to my diary-keeping that also happens in Obsidian, because I derive many thoughts for the published part from there…
The only way I can do it now, is to painstakingly move all the content and notes that I want to share with a closer circle to another vault, but that again makes me loosing all the connections to my diary…
Unfortunately that makes the publishing - that is SUCH a nice thing - almost useless for me…
So yes, PLEASE ! if someone stumbles across this at any time !
while we’re just blurting out ideas, it wouldn’t be terrible if it hooked into Keybase which would allow us to create arbitrary recipients or readers (e.g. you can use Keybase to encrypt something to one of my twitter handles and if i use keybase and have that handle as my proof i can read it and verify signature from writer/sender.
otherwise use x509 certs would be my second choice followed by just a gross implementation of gnupg via plugin with ascii-armored ciphertext maybe?