↳ In-reply-to » Still undecided between TiddlyWiki, DokuWiki, Bear, Benotes, Memos, my blog software, standardnotes, apple notes and more. I like them all quite a bit, but standardnotes, the only one that has reall multiplatform is so fucking complicated to host on your own and then they have this stupid offline subscription thing that allows rich text or the block editor that works like notion. I also found codex docs which is really really nice. Unfortunately they lack proper authentication. 1 / 2⤋ Read More
Dokuwiki, on the other hand, is also a mature piece of software. It works on almost all browsers, stores data in plain text files and can be easily migrated, copied or transferred to another hoster as long as you have php. unfortunately the syntax is not markdown and using markdown with it is quite cumbersome and somehow difficult. it is mobile friendly but not really, reading works fine, entering is difficult.