Yes, but on first glance (without a lot of digging) at the links here, only Pastery seems to be open source (ix.io says it will be...someday), and Pastery (as nice as it is--thanks for that link) is for a different purpose (exchange of code snippets).
Rwtxt looks like a nice, simple, markdown-based, easily self-hostable, open-source, personal notes wiki. Nice work! If there are others that more or less match this description (self-hosted, open-source, private notes repository), I'd be interested.
Agreed. I think this ‘shameless’ before posting a project of yours that answers or is related to the question/topic at hand is... wrong? People shouldn’t feel shame plugging their work and so, it would follow, ‘shameless’ is unnecessary.
Edit: Not to attack the poster. The poster is following societal convention, basically.
I'm pretty biased but I super love Pastery, the editor plug-ins and single-keystroke publishing have changed the frequency with which I share code/text from "never" to "all the time". Plug-ins are great, is what I'm saying. And so is Pastery.
Been using this for a week and its intensely useful.
I personally use this for tracking interesting posts / comments I come across HN. Market research on some major up coming purchases. And sharing notes with my sibling helping out with reviewing assignments. This has now become my goto choice over google docs for non-sensitive information. (Do not mean to imply I trust google docs with sensitive information).
It works beautifully on all of my screens (phone and laptop) syncs across all of my devices (I actually like refreshing the page manually. Don't ask why.)
And the gorgeous text only interface is just too tempting to write.
Nice! I like these small self-contained Go projects with their own web server (thinking about adding a Tor front and changing go-sqlite3 to an encrypted version for easy, safe at-home use). Easy, self-hosted websites is how the true decentralized web will come about (at least while we wait for the tech to share resources catches up).
If I could make one request, refactor the code a bit so that I could import it as a lib and use it on my own configured Go HTTP server. All that code in the main package is not very reusable if, say, I wanted to serve this as a net/http.Handler in a separate path.
I was wondering how to save text without sign-up and then realized that the url slug generated from the first line is the "login". Although no password implies no authentication. I can't help smiling seeing the slug becomes a unique id when I put "test" at the first line. I smiled even wider when I visited the "test" page. This is some interesting shit!
Hey I'm a HUMAN, not a cow to be milked by someone.
I do write text, our information is mostly textual. But I need it manageable, organize with file taxonomy, structure taxonomy and full-text/fuzzy search. Something like org-mode. Something that I can post on the web if I like, but certainly not such a limited notebook.
Sorry, IMVHO many create applications just to write them, not to really use them nor to reason about a task they want to solve/automatize efficiently.