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  1. Comment on Is there an app for this? Help me fix my terrible security in ~tech

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    That's very interesting viewpoint. I still would not feel comfortable putting such things into a plain text document. Even google have had issues like the one with Google+ where "private" data was...

    That's very interesting viewpoint. I still would not feel comfortable putting such things into a plain text document. Even google have had issues like the one with Google+ where "private" data was available for everyone.

    2 votes
  2. Comment on People of Tildes, what apps and programs do you use regularly on your PC? in ~tech

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    Yes it is, also there's a way lighter implementation available with bitwarden_rs which I've been running for months now and it works just fine and is actively being updated. Any key features? No,...

    Yes it is, also there's a way lighter implementation available with bitwarden_rs which I've been running for months now and it works just fine and is actively being updated.

    Any key features? No, I guess it actually has less than 1password and probably LastPass but I don't know for sure. For me: free, self-hosted.

    I just need auto-fill in my browser, face id/touch id unlock on my phone, secure notes to store just random text and my logins. BitWarden checks all the boxes.

  3. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    Manual interaction only, no API or anything like that to automate it as far as I know, right?

    Manual interaction only, no API or anything like that to automate it as far as I know, right?

  4. Comment on tildes.net is inaccessible over IPv6? in ~tildes

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    Can confirm, AAAA record exist but it's not working over a pure IPv6 connection

    Can confirm, AAAA record exist but it's not working over a pure IPv6 connection

    4 votes
  5. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    cool, looks promising for the desktop! Thank you

    cool, looks promising for the desktop! Thank you

  6. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    Yeah, I checked out Notion as well, but it's a super lock-in. They don't even provide a bulk-export or API.

    Yeah, I checked out Notion as well, but it's a super lock-in. They don't even provide a bulk-export or API.

    2 votes
  7. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    cool, thank you. This might work, it's not what I hoped it would be (the synced folder thing is super integrated like a local folder to iA Writer). I'll check this

    cool, thank you. This might work, it's not what I hoped it would be (the synced folder thing is super integrated like a local folder to iA Writer). I'll check this

  8. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    I need to share them back to nextcloud manually then, right? Or can nextcloud be integrated as an external library?

    I need to share them back to nextcloud manually then, right? Or can nextcloud be integrated as an external library?

  9. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    There's just no app with an integration into OneDrive/Google Drive nor nextcloud. If they support sync it's either iCloud or Dropbox :( I think for now I'll use the build-in editor in Working...

    There's just no app with an integration into OneDrive/Google Drive nor nextcloud. If they support sync it's either iCloud or Dropbox :( I think for now I'll use the build-in editor in Working Copy, not the best but it works, even with preview and full text search through the repo.

  10. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    That's basically my workflow right now! I assume you're using the Working Copy syncing feature with iA Writer together? Do you have some sort of automation for pulling data and doing commits?...

    That's basically my workflow right now! I assume you're using the Working Copy syncing feature with iA Writer together? Do you have some sort of automation for pulling data and doing commits? That's the one task I don't want to do manually all the time on my mobile.

  11. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    Awesome!! This would require little change on my current setup, I'll definitively look into entr and similar tools. Haven't thought about rclone as well, not sure if I need this since I'm already...

    Awesome!! This would require little change on my current setup, I'll definitively look into entr and similar tools. Haven't thought about rclone as well, not sure if I need this since I'm already running a remote server with a git frontend. The gollum wiki mention sounds very promising, however. But maybe I can build something with rclone on the remote server or a webhook to get a better iOS experience. I think this is the biggest part. Not sure if I want to use vim on my iPhone like the hacker news guy.

    1 vote
  12. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

    pew Link Parent
    Thank you! This will help getting started

    Thank you! This will help getting started

    3 votes
  13. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

    pew Link Parent
    Just signed up, thanks!

    Just signed up, thanks!

    1 vote
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  15. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    I've used syncthing in the past, good point! Second time now that emacs/org-mode is coming up in this conversation. Do you have recommendations how to get started? It seems emacs knowledge would...

    I've used syncthing in the past, good point! Second time now that emacs/org-mode is coming up in this conversation. Do you have recommendations how to get started? It seems emacs knowledge would come in handy before one goes with org-mode.

    3 votes
  16. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    Indigrid looks promising, Windows only for now, unfortunately :( Trillium checks most boxes, they don't have an app but apparently a mobile friendly theme. They also provide a docker image so the...

    Indigrid looks promising, Windows only for now, unfortunately :( Trillium checks most boxes, they don't have an app but apparently a mobile friendly theme. They also provide a docker image so the installation shouldn't be that hard, thank you so much!

  17. Comment on What is your note taking workflow? in ~talk

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    Wow, you've been through a lot of things there! org-mode comes always up, I should really give it a shot, especially since there's an iOS version available now with a sync backend. I guess it'll...

    Wow, you've been through a lot of things there! org-mode comes always up, I should really give it a shot, especially since there's an iOS version available now with a sync backend. I guess it'll just take a lot of time to learn it since I'm also new to emacs.

    3 votes
  18. Hi, I'm wondering how and if you're taking notes and how you manage them. I feel like I can't get to the right solution. I want something open and own my data, so I tend to prefer plain text /...

    Hi,

    I'm wondering how and if you're taking notes and how you manage them. I feel like I can't get to the right solution. I want something open and own my data, so I tend to prefer plain text / markdown files and I want to manage them on my own for privacy reasons but still be able to sync and edit them on my mobile device (iOS), desktop (macOS) and ideally online and also have full text search.

    I know about Microsoft OneNote, Google Docs/Keep, Evernote - but I just can't overcome myself to use them since it's hard to impossible to get data out of there.

    Right now I'm hosting my own git repository with gitea.io and I'm able to edit my notes on the web, on my desktop (using git clone/pull/commit/push) and with a git client (working copy) on my phone. The downside: I need to manually commit and push my changes and also pull them, it's not really in sync.

    26 votes
  19. Comment on Which subscriptions do you consider to be worth their cost? in ~talk

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    You're right, they have the best and fastest web client ever. Good thing I'm using it a lot on my mobile and table with IMAP, so it's not that crucial. But if I'd need the web client on a regular...

    You're right, they have the best and fastest web client ever. Good thing I'm using it a lot on my mobile and table with IMAP, so it's not that crucial. But if I'd need the web client on a regular basis I think the 2-3 EUR more would be worth it, but not the law :)

    3 votes
  20. Comment on Which subscriptions do you consider to be worth their cost? in ~talk

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    I have some concerns about the new Australian privacy law, but honestly it's because I can get the same (I need) with mailbox.org for 1 EUR vs. 3-5 EUR per month. And yes, I'll cheap out about...

    I have some concerns about the new Australian privacy law, but honestly it's because I can get the same (I need) with mailbox.org for 1 EUR vs. 3-5 EUR per month. And yes, I'll cheap out about this amount since subscriptions will add over time for sure and cost me more money in all places. (Like a netflix price increase for the third time)

    2 votes