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Minisleep – A Tiny Wiki Engine
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Apr 2022
I think about rate-limiting from an unprivileged user perspective and saw it first at https://github.com/sebsauvage/Shaarli/blob/master/index.php#.... So e.g. fail2ban is not an option. And the application has to deal with it.
I care more about load/DOS than actual crack success. What means the firewall is the sensible place. Not the application.
Or just take the risk, make backup/restore simple and do intrusion detection by monitoring a dedicated endpoint with e.g. https://updown.io/44q5 and let things happen for the sake of simplicity.
Hm. (I'm doing a federated, single-user microblog engine targeting laypersons. A proof of concept is at https://codeberg.org/mro/ShaarliGo)
How do you play? Paper or digital?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Ironsworn | 3 Sep 2022
I use a program called Zim
Local, Server-Less, OpenSource Wiki?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 1 Sep 2022
You might look at Zim (https://zim-wiki.org/) as well. It's cross platform and all the data is stored in .txt files (but is displayed using a markdown style).
How would you try to get an overview of you'r entire project to make sure that everything is going into the right direction? Optimize on a system level instead of detail level.
3 projects | reddit.com/r/godot | 25 Aug 2022
I use a "personal wiki" software called Zim. https://zim-wiki.org/
Team documentation tool?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 24 Aug 2022
Another one to look at is Zim (https://zim-wiki.org/)
What software do you miss from Windows & macOS?
23 projects | reddit.com/r/linux | 21 Aug 2022
OneNote has a web app in Office 365. Or maybe try Zim.
What's your favorite lightweight text editor for note-taking?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/linux4noobs | 5 Aug 2022
I recommend Zim. Bind a shortcut in your DE to launch it.
Is there any note-taking app written in Python?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 30 Jul 2022
After Obsidian and Logseq, I give Dendron a try
15 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Jul 2022
I'll call it; for an app in this space, anything other than FOSS or perhaps a one time deal like Obsidian's model is 100% a bad idea, and self-hosting must ALWAYS be a first-class citizen.
It's perhaps ironic that this reverses "you get what you pay for," but experience should teach all of us that these subscription type deals are strongly likely to screw you, usually through some change in the business model.
(Personally, tried org-mode in the past, have also played with Obsidian, but for me http://zim-wiki.org is the perfect combo of easy and extensible)
Ask HN: What is a sustainable methodology for taking notes of your learning?
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 24 Jul 2022
I cannot echo this enough. As someone who's experimented with this a whole bunch with a million things, here's the thing I realized: Get good at understanding what the COMPUTER is good at vs what the HUMAN is good at. For me, all the wasted time was a result of me misunderstanding and mixing these two up.
Namely: Things like mindmaps and lots of little individual connected nodes (e.g. Obsidian) appeal in theory to human minds, because that's how our minds work.
But for me, I realized they weren't good tools for this because my brain is much much better at doing this than the software.
Ah, yes then: The software is good at 1) writing things down verbatim for detail and 2) re-reminding me of them when I go to look at them. The other stuff, the thinking and the connections, that's ME. That's NOT the software.
So for me that means. What I look at on the computer needs to be dense and well organized, not a mess of nodes. Which usually leads back to bigger, simpler chunks. I still use http://zim-wiki.org, but try to minimize the number of pages.
(To go broader, yes, this has very much deepened my skepticism of AI and machine-sentience)
Publii: Open-source local WYSIWYG static site CMS
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Jul 2022
It's interesting to see people rediscover this idea of "develop locally, push static site to web," but I think the weirdest thing for me is, why was this not a continuous thing?
Broadly, this looks good for a blog format, but not sure if that's what people need?
Anyway, for those interested, I just use http://zim-wiki.org plus a custom CSS template I did.
What are some alternatives?
obsidian-mind-map - An Obsidian plugin for displaying markdown notes as mind maps using Markmap.
vimwiki - Personal Wiki for Vim
Joplin - Joplin - an open source note taking and to-do application with synchronisation capabilities for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS.
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.
Trilium Notes - Build your personal knowledge base with Trilium Notes
remarkable-hacks - additional functionality via binary patching
obsidian-dataview - A high-performance data index and query language over Markdown files, for https://obsidian.md/.
vscode-memo - Markdown knowledge base with bidirectional [[link]]s built on top of VSCode [Moved to: https://github.com/svsool/memo]
treesheets - TreeSheets : Free Form Data Organizer (see strlen.com/treesheets)
obsidian-releases - Community plugins list, theme list, and releases of Obsidian.
xournalpp - Xournal++ is a handwriting notetaking software with PDF annotation support. Written in C++ with GTK3, supporting Linux (e.g. Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, SUSE), macOS and Windows 10. Supports pen input from devices such as Wacom Tablets.
GitJournal - Mobile first Note Taking integrated with Git