Considering that this is tied to the browser, which is tied to the
computer, I have now switched to using Dropbox synced data folders, which
work about the same. There are three or four different ways to serve them:
NodeJS TiddlyWiki, TiddlyServer, an electron-based shim which loads the
filesystem directly into the browser, and maybe TiddlyDesktop (not sure
about this one). I also have a copy of electron stored in my Dropbox, but
that is optional.
The only downside is that there is not yet a way to access a data folder
from the web, except in raw text, but I am hoping my exploration in
TiddlyWiki will one day lead to that.
Just my two cents.
On Sun, Apr 15, 2018, 17:11 Danielo Rodríguez <rdani...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Sorry for all the inconveniences. Yes, it is true, cloudant as an
> independent platform is being closed. However, you can sign-up for a
> bluemix account and continue to use the free tier of cloudant inside the
> bluemix platform. The problem is that sign up is not as easy as before, the
> username is not as easy to remember as before and the password is
> automatically generated, it can be changed but it is very inconvenient.
> I don't have much time to spend on NoteSelf lately, but my idea is to
> build a service on top of bluemix dedicated to NoteSelf, so you can just
> sign up and use the service normally, much more like evernote, and we take
> care of the rest under the hood.
> This kind of functionality will require a server, something I have to find
> where to host, and an update to the online edition to offer better support
> for this.
> In any case, someone has added some written instructions about how to
> create a bluemix account and how to use it with NoteSelf on the tutorial
> video about how to create a cloudant account.
> A killer feature would be if tiddlers would be encrypted transparently
>> before being sent to the server. This would give it an edge over SimpleNote
>> and Evernote, neither of which promise to encrypt your data.
> That is an Idea I have been wanting to implement for years, but I just
> delayed it.
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