I for ones came from wikimatrix <https://www.wikimatrix.org/> back in the 
days. As I see now the entry for TW is pretty outdated saying it had its 
last release back in mid 2016. I second your idea that more people should 
know about TW and also that there are many out there running a full blown 
MediaWiki or what not just to take some notes for themselves without even 
knowing there is a better alternative - to just name one (and I think most 
important) use case.

But to be honest I think that a proper presentation is not so much a 
problem of TW not beeing on so many lists - even though it should. But the 
fact that new users like me in the beginning find it hard to find proper 
help and documentation. I know this topic has been discussed so many times 
before but from my own first experience with TW in 2008 I can say that I 
droped it back than for not being easy enough for absolute neewbies. I came 
back around 2011 when my confidence with JS had grown and I was sick of all 
the "big" wiki setups requiring a full LAMP stack just to take some notes.


On Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 1:24:47 PM UTC+1, BurningTreeC wrote:
> Hello folks,
> on GitHub <https://github.com> there's a "trend" of listing useful 
> programs/sources in repositories called "awesome-ios", 
> "awesome-selfhosted", "awesome-thisandthat" ... there are many of those 
> lists
> I found out about TW through the awesome-selfhosted list  (link 
> <https://github.com/Kickball/awesome-selfhosted>)  where it's listed. But 
> this suggests to me that TW is too hard to find for what it offers in 
> usefulness.
> I think it should make it to every list where it makes sense, we just need 
> to make some pull requests or issues in those github repositories.
> This is something we all can do to help spread the word about TW and that 
> could come back like a boomerang in helping TW getting a larger userbase
> What do you think?

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