Re: [Zim-wiki] Multiple Locations

2014-01-09 Thread Johannes Ernst
You could use Owncloud's WebDAV functionality to mount a directory on all machines you want to use Zim on, and have Zim store its files there. Downside: only works when you have network access. Upside: no third party in the loop, open-source. Alternatively, you could use something like

Re: [Zim-wiki] Multiple Locations

2014-01-09 Thread Sylvain Viart
Le 09/01/2014 17:31, Johannes Ernst a écrit : You could use Owncloud's WebDAV functionality to mount a directory on all machines you want to use Zim on, and have Zim store its files there. Downside: only works when you have network access. Upside: no third party in the loop, open-source.

Re: [Zim-wiki] Multiple Locations

2014-01-09 Thread Johannes Ernst
If anybody wants to try this with Owncloud, may I suggest http://indieboxproject.org/ After installing Indie Box, deploying Owncloud is as simple as this: curl https://raw.github.com/indieboxproject/indie-owncloud/master/examples/s0070.json | indie-box-admin deploy (editing the file

Re: [Zim-wiki] Multiple Locations

2014-01-09 Thread Brendan Kidwell
I have several hundred pages (in ~3 notebooks) of Zim data that was in Dropbox for a long time. Two weeks ago I switch to a private ownCloud instance of mine (hosted on prgmr.com). My thoughts: * Use the ownCloud desktop sync tool (free for desktop OSes; pay $1 I think for Android and OS X