Zettel identifier are typically created by examine the current date and time. By renaming a zettel, you are able to provide any sequence of 14 digits. If no other zettel has the same identifier, you are allowed to rename a zettel.
To make things easier, you normally should not use zettel identifier that begin with four zeroes (0000).
All zettel provided by an empty zettelstore begin with six zeroes1. Zettel identifier of this manual have be chosen to begin with 000010.
However, some external applications may need a range of specific zettel identifier to work properly. Identifier that begin with 00009 can be used for such purpose. To request a reservation, please send an email to the maintainer of Zettelstore. The request must include the following data:
- Title of you application
- A brief description what the application is used for and why you need to reserve some zettel identifier
- Specify the amount of zettel identifier you are planning to use. Minimum size is 100. If you need more than 10.000, your justification will contain more words.
Reserved Zettel Identifier
|00000000000000||0000000000000||This is an invalid zettel identifier|
|00000100000000||0000019999999||This Zettelstore manual|
|00000200000000||0000899999999||Reserved for future use|
|00009000000000||0000999999999||Reserved for applications|
This list may change in the future.
|00009000001000||00009000001999||Zettel Presenter➚, an application to display zettel as a HTML-based slideshow|
|00009000002000||00009000002999||Zettel Blog➚, an application to collect and transform zettel into a blog|
- Exception: the predefined home zettel 00010000000000. But you can configure another zettel with another identifier as the new home zettel. ↩︎