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, 

Alternatively, you could use something like BitTorrent Sync to synchronize 
Zim's data directories across machines. This works off-line as well. Downside: 
not open-source. Upside: no third party in the loop (like in case of Dropbox 

On Jan 9, 2014, at 7:48, Chris Miller <> wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> A good note application is only as good as my access to it, and this means 
> that I need it to be with me wherever I am.  Recently I heard of OwnCloud, 
> which is cloud-like file sync among a variety of locations, and this sounds 
> good.  I see that OwnCloud also has some sort of application distribution, 
> which I don't yet understand.
> Can I configure Zim as an OwnCloud application so that I will always have it 
> no matter where I am?  If no, then can anybody recommend a way to have one 
> notebook synchronized at multiple possibly disconnected locations, like 
> notebook, desktop, tablet, ...
> Thanks for the help,
> Chris.
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