I would love to see zim client on android devices. I think that depending
on dropbox & similar for file synchronization is a good way to go.
Personally I would not be interested in editing on the mobile device. If I
ever want to edit something in zim, I can always use standard text editor.
I would rather like to see a nice, searchable read-only version of mobile
zim - this would be my main task - easy use (search) of knowledge stored in
I can't promise much dev time to help but I will definitely do some testing
if we get something out.
On 7 February 2016 at 21:13, Jaap Karssenberg <jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com>
> There are a lot of requests for an Android application for Zim and I would
> love to have this. However, my time to work on these kind of projects has
> diminished over recent years and I cannot do it alone.
> Therefore I would like to invite you to join the effort and help making
> this happen. In particular I'm looking for people who have experience with,
> or are willing to learn, packaging android applications, and people with
> experience in HTML for mobile.
> The idea is to build on top of the python code base and use HTML for the
> interface. To make it a directed effort, I have started to draft a project
> plan with simple milestones here:
> I'm hoping this can be the starting point of collaboration in detailing
> out the design and starting to realize this application. Please help and
> start improving it!
> Best regards,
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