The main features *I* would want...

1) Cost significantly less than $3.50 per month (that's what I'm paying now 
to host, which is still experimental)

2) Client side encryption by default so that if there is a breach at amazon 
(or wherever  you host), my data is not put at risk.

3) Can still pull down the TiddlyWiki single-file for backup.

On my nice-to-have list:

4) Multiple user support with either per-tiddler locking to prevent 
over-writes or some good automated conflict resolution algorithms.

5) Offline mode (like Noteself).

6) No special software required (optional "apps" are fine).

On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 8:22:06 AM UTC-4, Arlen Beiler wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I have been thinking recently that I would like to build an online service 
> specifically geared toward TW5. It would be different from Danielo's note 
> self in that the data would also be hosted. 
> I am thinking that it would be a paid service, either as a subscription or 
> pay as you go. I don't really know which one yet I don't really know how it 
> all work but I am thinking of using the Amazon web services to build it on 
> and that seems to have some pretty good features for pay as you go.
> So now for the question. If you were going to subscribe to the service, 
> what are the main features you would be interested in? The sky's the limit, 
> I want to hear your thoughts.
> Thanks,
> -Arlen

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