Notea is a privacy-first, open-source note-taking application. It supports Markdown syntax, sharing, responsive and more. Notea is self-hosted, so your data is safe in your hands. In a few steps, it can be deployed to Vercel or Netlify, or even your own server via docker. Notea does not require a database. Notes are stored in AWS S3 bucket or compatible APIs. This means you can use MinIO (self-hosted), Aliyun OSS (like AWS S3) or NAS to store your data. You can publish your content to the web. With beautiful typography and new upcoming features, you can share your docs, wikis, blogs and newsletters with others using Notea.
An open source self hosted notes and bookmarks taking web app. Looks like of like Pinterest and kind of like a kanban board. PHP, so it could be run in shared hosting.
Written as a PWA so in theory you can take it with you. Or at least the user interface, I don't know about the back-end database.
❤️ a personal wiki (or Exobrain) engine for hackers
📓 simplistic opinionated markdown processor with Zettelkasten flavor
📃 minimalistic static site generator
👐 open source and always free as in freedom
Written in Elixr.
A web-based text editor for networked note-taking, self-hostable on any Git repository. Retrieve knowledge as fast as you can type with zero-latency full-text search. Make serendipitous discovery via backlink traversal. Durable knowledge preservation with plaintext and Git backend. Efficient navigation and command powered by keyboard-centeric interaction design.
Simple self-hosted cloud journaling application. Uses SQLite as its back-end. Strictly time-limited; if you post on a day you can only put things in that day's entry. Posts aren't separated by time, only date. Very lightweight. It should expose all of the usual Flask features outside of the UI.
~/.gitconfig file and add the following:
pushall = !git remote | xargs -L1 -P0 git push --all --follow-tags
To use it in a Git repository,
git pushall after committing changes to your local copy.
In this Github repository, I'm documenting my journey to write a self-compiling compiler for a subset of the C language. I'm also writing out the details so that, if you want to follow along, there will be an explanation of what I did, why, and with some references back to the theory of compilers.
But not too much theory, I want this to be a practical journey.
Notes and scripts for setting up (yet another) Raspberry Pi computing cluster. One master, at least one slave to do the actual work. The master implements a certain amount of infrastructure for the rest of the network. Includes greyprints for 3D printing a rack for the units. Uses k3s and Docker.
Documents describing half-baked ideas and their kin.
LastPass users can add documents, PDF files, and images as attachments to Secure Notes . If there are files that you want to keep that shouldn’t be stored unencrypted on your machine or that need to be portable, then LastPass is the place to back them up.
What the services started at boottime by Fedora 7 do and whether or not it's safe to mess with them.
A page that generates different kinds of waves for you to listen to. Defaults to 440 Hz (middle A). Has other kinds of tone generators on the side, too.
BeepBox is an online chiptune tracker written in flash. You can interactively edit patterns or enter single notes on a piano style keyboard. It makes it very easy to compose music - it manages scales, keys, tempo, and rhythm for you. It also has a waveform editor with which you can define new instruments. Download your work as .wav files. Seems to use Amiga .mod style patterns. You can also download the applet to open later in a web browser or clone the sourcecode (https://bitbucket.org/shaktool/beepbox) if you want to tinker with it or incorporate it into your own work.
OpenStreetmap's wiki page pertaining to planet.osm, the planet-wide database dump of the OSM. Includes formats, mirrors, bittorrent, and technical notes. Might be useful to read.
Personal bookmark service. Does not use a database. Can be run entirely privately. Has an API and a full-text search function. Very simple to use. Also lends itself to snippets, note taking, comments, hashtags. Offers RSS and ATOM feeds.
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