In HTML, we use “title” metadata to definite the title of a page. File name does not matter, as the YAML frontmatter definites the title.
Using “alias” to rename for example timestamped documents or a Zettelkasten id, it is not compliant to norms like HTML (Hugo, Jekyll…) or Zettelkasten itself. Alias is not a title. I like alias for example in my science notes “Glycerine, Glycérol…” but it is not the same, and it is not recognize as a title by other softwares.
I would like to obtain a file name for example “20220331122” with a title “I walk like a zombie when I don’t drink coffee”. Titles could change, but not the file name.
I would like to be able to see filenames and titles on the file explorer view “20220331122 - I walk like a zombie when I don’t drink coffee” and my wiki links as well.
- Keep the alias balise, to prevent mass editing and because it has many use cases.
- To take in account the “title” balise as the “alias” one.
- To render them in file explorer.
- To render them in wikilinks.
I don’t have one, but I know The Archive and Zettlr work with titles and filename together to obtain title link.