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Tue May 17 10:18:27 PDT 2016
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On Tue, 17 May 2016 17:08:12 +0200
Tomasz Rola <rtomek at ceti.pl> wrote:
> "more advanced" stuff . I think it is possible to edit some (other)
> wiki with org-mode and send content to it without needing a browser,
You could always write your notes in Markdown, which is pretty good for
ad-hoc outlining and notetaking in my experience. I got in the habit a while
ago and while it looks a little weird it's intuitive. Plus, if you really
need to you can later render it into HTML, XML, or other document formats with
something lPandoc (http://pandoc.org/).
> which would be huge plus for me. And if I was in need of wiki then
> Tiddly seems to, but I only glanced over few pages and into one zip).
self-modifying HTML page; if you access one from a real web server you can't
kept in a file sitting on my desktop while airgapped is fine; yours is yours.
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