All files: https://github.com/nikitavoloboev/knowledge/blob/master/SUMM...
The way I did it was by treating the wiki as extension of my brain and having a perfect workflow for editing it at a speed of thought. In my case it's Sublime Text + Alfred + some macros.
In fact I recently started to use my wiki to host article drafts I am writing.
The best thing about having a wiki is the 'in progress' nature of it. Soon I plan to extend my Alfred workflow to access any link inside any of the files in seconds too.
I like the way you've got yours set up. I think we have similar mindsets to reasoning about personal wikis. In case you are interested in hunting around, I've run across some personal wikis larger than yours, but not many. Even my own wiki-epeen is about three times the size of yours in ~11k files (wrapped into one) and ~470k lines.
Drafting what will eventually be static content from within the 'in progress' nature of the wiki is hard to beat. Including, this post, I draft many of my communications openly in the wiki, and that has been extremely useful. Lots of odd things come out of the practice.
Or is there another kind of application you'd like to be able to use (that may or may not exist yet) in place of Alfred?
Would any search system work for that matter? Could a command line system be used (ie - some form of grep perhaps)? What about something like a "google appliance" style search system (a couple of these exist - both open source and otherwise)?
On Windows Keypirinha is pretty good. There's also Wox.
I don't think any of the alternatives are as well fleshed out as Alfred is but there are a lot of 'good enough' if you're using a different OS. Any launcher is better than the default search on windows 10, for example.
currently building a service that can index and query across text based knowledge bases. you can find demo here: http://demo.alphacortex.io
would love to hear your thoughts and talk further about organizing knowledge :)