- Today: You can take notes with it. Rearrange them easily, up and down in a list, or up/down in the hierarchy. Link them to each other. Navigate across links with simple keypresses. Make deeply nested lists. Link lists to lists. Compose long paragraphs and attach them. Or do more complicated things if desired, by creating relationship types and using those. Import txt or export txt or html. It's better than the alternatives for some people, because the navigation takes fewer keystrokes, you don't have to read a manual (it's all on the screen, or so I like to think), you can have the same thing in as many places as you want, it is Free (some alternatives are, others are not), and it has immense future potential for becoming a better-structured, much more powerful and flexible wikipedia-like tool, if we work together. Vision: The idea is to have the most efficient personal knowledge organizer (now available in a usable text-based interface), then support mobile access, easy internal automation, and effective sharing and collaboration. Then, to combine efforts and learn as we go until we integrate humankind's knowledge over time. The key differentiators are that it is to be Free, and based on an object model (easily created on the fly as a side-effect of using the system), rather than on massive amounts of words. The knowledge is the same, even if the words can change. One can think of that as "using building blocks of knowledge, starting at an atomic level (i.e. numbers, relationships...), free and efficient." Or, taking the best experiences of online organizer tools and wikis, but more structured, efficient, Free, open, and collaborative; and allowing full individual or organizational control.
- 'PerlBlog' is a weblog/content-management script designed for developers to create their own blog. It offers an integrated commenting system, archiving, and easy administration of posts, and permanent linking.
- PluggedOut Blog is a PHP/MySQL blog/diary/journal script which provides the basic functionality required by most blog writers. Among the features are; monthly calendar with hilighted days and navigation controls, list of recent entries, smiley faces, visitor comments against entries, counting of views each entry has received, templates, secure administration interface (add, edit and remove blog entries, templates, and upload files).
- 'pyblosxom' is a CGI-based Weblog program written in Python. It uses ordinary text files as your entries, so you can use whatever editor you want to use to create, update, and manipulate entries. In addition to the features of blosxom, on which it is based, it can be easily extended with preformatters and plugins.
- RSS Mix tape
- RSS Mix Tape reads items from RSS feeds (or LiveJournals) that you specify, and displays them in a list. You go through the list, picking your favorite posts and putting them into categories. You can also write comments on posts. Then you click the "Generate RSS" button, and RSS Mix Feed spits out an RSS feed for each category. Your friends can use their favorite RSS reader to view your feeds (livejournal is an RSS reader, if you're a paid user). It also supports QuickTopic. In short, RSS In, RSS Out.
- 'rb.log' is a full-featured weblogger written in Ruby. It features file uploads, comments, blog-rolling, side-bar editing, bookmarklets, the Blogger API, searching, RSS syndication, and archives. It also performs well on slower machines by regenerating static pages after posts are made.
- Red Matrix
- Originally authored by Mike Macgirvin (also the original author of Friendica), the RedMatrix is a super network created from a huge number of smaller independent and autonomous websites - which are linked together into a cooperative publishing and social platform. It consists of an open source webapp providing a complete multi-user decentralised publishing, sharing, and communications system - known as a "hub". Each hub provides communications (private messaging, chat, blogging, forums, and social networking), along with media management (photos, events, files, web pages, shareable apps) for its members; all in a feature-rich platform. These hubs automatically reach out and connect with each other and the rest of the matrix. Privacy and content ownership always remain under the direct personal control of the individual; and permission to access any item can be granted or denied to anybody in the entire matrix. What makes the RedMatrix unique is what we call "magic authentication" - which is based on our groundbreaking work in decentralised identity services. No other platform provides this ability. Within the matrix the boundaries between different hubs are blurred or seemingly non-existent. Identity in the matrix is considered transient and potentially nomadic. "Who you are" has nothing to do with "what computer you're connected to", and website content can adapt itself according to who is viewing it. You have the ability to "clone" your identity to other hubs; which allows you to continue to communicate with your friends seamlessly if your primary hub is ever disabled (temporarily or permanently). The RedMatrix is ideal for communities of any size, from private individuals and families to online forums, business websites, and organisations. It can be used by anybody who has communications or web content that they wish to share, but where they desire complete control of whom they share it with.
- This is a candidate for deletion: Links broken. No links to page. Homepage on archive.org. Email to maintainer broken.Poppy-one (talk) 14:46, 28 July 2018 (EDT) 'sadlittlewebjournal' is a Weblog written in Perl that utilizes MySQL and a straightforward ASCII interface. Site maintenance is done via an intuitive backend that allows for adding, deleting, and modifying of previous entries. Other features include an integrated guestbook, a Web stat chart complete with ASCII bar graphs, and various other modularized features.
- Allows multiple users to store, share and tag their favourite links online.
- Ventilation is a journal Web site administration system written in PHP/MySQL. It contains a (mostly) fully-automated administraton and posting system.
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