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

Memos - nice software, nice interface, now has ChatGPT integration (who needs that?). Works with various DB systems and you can upload/paste files/images into the editor. Nice feature is a heat map showing your memo activity over the last 30 days. Something like github and gitlab have. There are several mobile and desktop clients, it has users and you can choose to publish, private, registered or public. Which is super nice. It is actually the perfect solution as it also has a tagging system. I

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