If you work with me, then you’d know that I like to markdown everything, then put everything inside either a Vuepress site or Github wiki, to organize everything.
Alpe, on the other hand, likes to put everything inside Google Sheets, and turn them into mini apps to do something similar.
There’s no right or wrong way to do anything, though if you know the amount of Google Sheets I have to deal with on a daily basis, then you’ll understand how insane it is to have to check for pinned Google Sheet links on Discord, or try to search for them with text search, only to find that the links are often sent as separate message, so they usually won’t show up next to the relevant text, and vice versa.
I suggested that we organize things as links in a Markdown on Github where we write issues and bugs. Alpe, being the GSheet pro that he is, has other ideas — and he made this GSheet that links to all the other sheets instead. This definitely won’t be my way of doing things — but since he’s kept this sheet updated, I can deal with that. Whatever works.
One Google Sheet to Rule Them All
Alpe123 + His Google Sheets
2023-11-12 / SML
If don’t know who Alpe is, he’s the Director of Content and Esports at RoyaleAPI — though these titles are largely unimportant in the very flat structure that we have.