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Are there good selfhosting note-taking software?

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Posted by Dr Andus
Dec 27, 2016 at 01:31 PM

 

tsahar wrote:
>I have always found note-taking to be a “disruptive” activity—even
>when I do it with a pencil (or highlighter) on a physical book or
>printed paper—as it surely interrupts the flow of reading.

Indeed.

>On software: Piggydb was discussed on this forum four years ago
>[http://www.outlinersoftware.com/topics/viewt/2490/ ]. It looks quite
>useful. A major downside is that it is a single-user application which
>*may* not let one access it simultaneously from two devices (say, a
>laptop and a mobile phone). Is there anyone here who has used it
>recently?

I might have tried to set it up once but I’ve never used it. However, my understanding is that you can install it on a server. But it also says it needs Java to run it, so that might limit the type of device that can access it?

https://piggydb.net/getting-started/

Anyway, Piggydb is possibly the only notes database I know of that makes it easy to display all the notes belonging to a category within the same page, so they can be viewed simultaneously. I guess you can achieve the same effect with the Scrivenings view of Scrivener, however Scrivener is not a notes database primarily.