It's not open source, but I use Obsidian at work. That said, it stores all the notes as markdown files on disk, so even if the company were to go up in flames, you can still access your notes
Get Outlook for Androidhttps://aka.ms/AAb9ysg ________________________________ From: Tim Keller via WLUG firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Friday, August 11, 2023 9:31:31 PM To: Worcester Linux Users' Group General Discussion email@example.com Cc: Tim Keller firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [EXT] [WLUG] Hierarchical note taking, Joplin, Trilium, browser extensions, etc..
At last night's meeting, a new attendee brought up a problem she was having and one of the solutions that got bandied about was Joplin.
After doing some research, this might be my new note taking app. Another very interesting FOSS tool out there is called "Trilium" https://github.com/zadam/trilium
As much as I like google's keep.. I'm fully aware that google capable of just pulling the rug out from under me in a moment's notice.
I've spun up U22.04.3 server and I'm going to tinker with Joplin and possibly Trilium and let people know what I think of them.
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