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Sync issue on Android Joplin ver 2.6.9
1 project | reddit.com/r/joplinapp | 14 Jan 2022
File sync is currently broken on android due to changes in the api - see https://github.com/laurent22/joplin/issues/5779
What's the BEST Alternative of Evernote out there which is mostly FREE, Secure, Encryption, Sync all/most devices and same or similar features)?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/macapps | 13 Jan 2022
How do my friends of ethiopia deal with student burnout because of studying and stress? How do you manage stress in your life?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Ethiopia | 12 Jan 2022
You have to take good notes. I recommend Obsidian or Joplin. Then I recommend that you use Atlassian Jira for tracking your tasks and projects.
Launch HN: Clover (YC S20) – Notes, whiteboarding, and daily planner in one tool
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Jan 2022
>Besides I have free and open source
Not from me. I personally don't need Dropbox but I can see the utility if a company want to share a 1 TB storage area between employees. I'm guessing that's how it's used since I've never used it.
Edit: I took a look in my note taking bookmarks folder to see what I meant. I thought Obsidian was open source but it's not. I was thinking of Joplin, which I haven't tried yet, but will today
Private cloud storage for my family + Note taking + Issue tracker
1 project | reddit.com/r/privacy | 9 Jan 2022
Private Cloud Notes App?
1 project | reddit.com/r/privacy | 8 Jan 2022
My go to is Standard Notes, I made the jump from Keep to that when de-Google-ing. Joplin and Turtl are also good options, from what I understand.
My First Impressions of Web3
12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Jan 2022
I love the idea(ls) of cryptocurrencies and yet I hate "web3" because it's a misnomer that led to a series of misconstructions:
Web3 is futile because it attempts to rebuild the Web (1) on an abysmally resource-constrained global computer which (2) uses a bunch of protocols that makes it impossible interact with using web browsers thus requiring a series of intermediary parties whom participants have to rely on. It is not even the fact that I need to trust those intermediaries, I trust a bunch of Web 2 corporations for some of the most critical services anyway, but the fact that we end up where we have started except it is now more expensive and much slower.
It is easy to dismiss Web3 as such, but that would not be fruitful. Besides all financial incentives, I (would like to) believe that there is a group of people who are sincerely interested in a more decentralized web, or rather, a web that is decentralized in a fundamentally different way than Web 2 and Web 1 are and were. To make it more concrete, there is an interest in decoupling authoring and hosting of web services; Linux distributions have had mirrors all over the world for the efficient distribution of data years before BitTorrent, so the magic of BitTorrent was not just about its efficiency promises, but in bringing content-addressed data to masses and thus decoupling the authoring (torrent creating) and the hosting (seeding) of content. Instead of having to ask Debian's permission to set up a mirror, I could now simply seed its torrent. It thus mattered that this decoupling has been implemented not at a social level (mirrors) but at a protocol level (peers).
You may be familiar with the concept of cardinality in databases: one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many. Indeed, it can be just as useful to describe the access patterns to databases:
(A) A one-for-one database is where a single writer is storing data for themselves. In the world of decentralized apps (not necessarily crypto-ridden web3), a good example is draw.io (and Zero Data Apps in general) which allows you to "bring your own storage". On desktop, you have Joplin for note-keeping that can synchronize to various cloud services.
(B) A one-for-many database is where a single writer is distributing content to many. BitTorrent and IPFS are prime examples of this.
(C) On the other hand, a many-for-many database is one that multiple writers store data for multiple readers. A centralized example of this is Hacker News, Twitter, reddit, and so on... This is what web3 attempts to be. There are a couple application-level attempts at this, but not as much at a lower level that can enable arbitrary many-for-many use cases except blockchains.
Sadly the critics of web3 do not acknowledge that there are legitimate use cases for decentralized many-to-many databases that would, for instance, allow members of Hacker News to be able to host it in the same way that they are able to seed an existing torrent, and there are currently no other application-agnostic solutions than blockchains. Sadly, again, the proponents of web3 do not realize that the consistency guarantees of a financial ledger are too unnecessarily strict for many use cases.
I am working on a many-for-many database with much lesser consistency guarantees using SQLite and based on CRDTs designed to be used in browsers from day one (hence, as an example, using P-256 for public key cryptography rather than Bitcoin's and Ethereum's secp256k1 as the former is readily available in WebCrypto). This is something I do in my spare time and 100% for experimentation and fun without any financial motives or elements; let me know if you are interested in collaborating or following, email in the bio.
Any Useful Study/Note taking Apps?
1 project | reddit.com/r/OpenUniversity | 6 Jan 2022
I'm currently using Joplin.
IS there a opensource Journaling app that syncs between windows, mac and iphone?
1 project | reddit.com/r/opensource | 6 Jan 2022
Cross-Platform Text Editor Suggestions
1 project | reddit.com/r/software | 5 Jan 2022
Take a look at Joplin -- https://joplinapp.org/ -- free. open source. its a more privacy conscious version of OneNote.
3 projects | reddit.com/r/Notion | 5 Jan 2022
Current/maintained Trello-like t-do list/board?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 3 Jan 2022
Only disadvantage is, that it doesn't support OAuth/LDAP yet and it seems to be unlikely to be supported in the free version.2 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 3 Jan 2022
Use Focalboard. There are a lot alternatives out there but this is most likely one of the best. And it's made by the same folks that's doing the Slack alternative Mattermost.
Microsoft List alternative
2 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 23 Dec 2021
AppFlowy and FocalBoard looked promising, but I havent gotten the chance to try either. Theyre open source, but it doesnt look like they have mobile support yet.
Best Notion open source alternative
3 projects | reddit.com/r/foss | 20 Dec 2021
Good Todo List?
1 project | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 23 Nov 2021
https://github.com/mattermost/focalboard This might be a bit bloated for your needs but it's an option
Appflowy – open-source Notion Alternative
11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Nov 2021
What is the open source software you wish existed ?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/opensource | 30 Oct 2021
For a Notion/Wekan alternative, have you looked into Focalboard?
Alternative for Notion
10 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 28 Oct 2021
Trello — self-hosted alternatives (open source)
9 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 14 Sep 2021
What are some alternatives?
Trilium Notes - Build your personal knowledge base with Trilium Notes
Boostnote - This repository is outdated and new Boost Note app is available! We've launched a new Boost Note app which supports real-time collaborative writing. https://github.com/BoostIO/BoostNote-App
obsidian - GraphQL, built for Deno - a native GraphQL caching client and server module
Standard Notes - A free, open-source, and completely encrypted notes app. https://standardnotes.com
OpenProject - OpenProject is the leading open source project management software.
QOwnNotes - QOwnNotes is a plain-text file notepad and todo-list manager with markdown support and Nextcloud / ownCloud integration.
logseq - A local-first, non-linear, outliner notebook for organizing and sharing your personal knowledge base. Use it to organize your todo list, to write your journals, or to record your unique life.
Wekan - The Open Source kanban (built with Meteor). Keep variable/table/field names camelCase. For translations, only add Pull Request changes to wekan/i18n/en.i18n.json , other translations are done at https://transifex.com/wekan/wekan only.
vscode-notion - Browse Notion pages right inside Visual Studio Code.
obsidian-calendar-plugin - Simple calendar widget for Obsidian.
Kanboard - Kanban project management software
HedgeDoc - HedgeDoc - The best platform to write and share markdown.