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2008-02-14 17:34:25

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Сравнение версий /Free Source за 2008-02-14 17:34:25 и 2008-02-22 19:03:07

Удалено:
Да, мы знаем, что wiki постоянно падает. Скоро она переедет на новый хостинг и это безобразие прекратится.
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2008-02-01 22:17:04

FREESOURCE - 47 min 38 sec ago
Сравнение версий /Free Source за 2008-02-01 22:17:04 и 2008-02-14 17:34:25

Добавлено:
SeirosWiki – движок freesource.info
Categories: Open News

2008-02-01 09:56:02

FREESOURCE - 47 min 38 sec ago
Сравнение версий /Free Source за 2008-02-01 09:56:02 и 2008-02-01 22:17:04

Добавлено:
Да, мы знаем, что wiki постоянно падает. Скоро она переедет на новый хостинг и это безобразие прекратится.
Categories: Open News

2008-01-14 01:58:01

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2008-01-13 23:48:09

FREESOURCE - 47 min 38 sec ago
Сравнение версий /Free Source за 2008-01-13 23:48:09 и 2008-01-14 01:58:01

Добавлено:
(см. также http://search.altlinux.ru)
Удалено:
(см. также http://wiki.sisyphus.ru и http://search.altlinux.ru)
Categories: Open News

2007-04-21 15:00:58

FREESOURCE - 47 min 38 sec ago
Сравнение версий /Free Source за 2007-04-21 15:00:58 и 2007-04-21 15:04:34

Добавлено:
Проект постоянно находится в разработке – я буду рад любым вашим комментариям, дополнениям, возражениям, обсуждениям, а также
финансовой поддержке развития этого сайта.
Удалено:
Проект постоянно находится в разработке – я буду рад любым вашим комментариям, дополнениям, возражениям, обсуждениям, и.т.д. ;-)
Внимание Сайт нуждается в вашей поддержке, пожалуйста, поддержите развитие этого сайта.
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2007-04-20 17:53:35

FREESOURCE - 47 min 38 sec ago
Сравнение версий /Free Source за 2007-04-20 17:53:35 и 2007-04-21 15:00:58

Удалено:
Внимание сайт попал под бот атаку. Прошу соблюдать спокойствие, однако не рекомендую вносить какие-либо изменения на страницах — скорее всего сразу после того как атака будет прекращена или мы от нее защитимся будет откат базы.
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Review my information management setup

feedspot - 59 min 44 sec ago
Context

I've been researching about setting up a good PIM workflow for more than a couple of months now. I've had a history of cluttered folders, information scattered across apps and devices and a shortage of note-taking, all of which led to loss of information or inability to retrieve information efficiently or at all.

This system seems to have allowed me to store my data on proprietary apps and servers while maintaining some amount of privacy, all free of cost or needing to set up a VPS.

My requirements
  • a system where I can keep almost all my information at one place
  • accessible cross-platform, but at least smooth functioning on Linux
  • cloud based syncing and backup
  • good organizational features
    • nested categorization (either via directories or tags)
    • internal links to other notes/files in the PIM system
  • good privacy and security of the data
  • basic text formatting
  • easily exportable
  • easily convertible to formats like htm/pdf etc
My set up

I use ZIm Wiki, CherryTree and KeePass along with Dropbox, duplicity and Backups software. I also have an account at Dropbox and one for Google Drive.

I have a folder in my home directory called Dropbox which is rsynced with my Dropbox. Inside this Dropbox directory I have a subdirectory called Zim and two files. Zim directory is the default notebook for Zim Wiki which I use on Linux. Most of my notes are contained within this notebook and it's always open. I keep all the non-confidential and non-private information in this wiki.

One file in my Dropbox is the CherryTree file. I use a CherryTree wiki for keeping all those text-like informations which are private/confidential and cannot be easily kept on KeePass. I use CherryTree's 7zip encrypted sqlite file option for storing the wiki.

The last file in my Dropbox is the KeePass database which contains all the credentials.

I use Backups software to backup the Dropbox directory everyday to Google Drive not before encrypting the directory with duplicity package. I only log in to that Google Drive account on secured devices.

How it works

My Zim wiki which contains most of my information and is of public nature can be accessed anywhere by logging in to my Dropbox account. This means that this information is insecure at the Dropbox servers as well as the devices where I log in to Dropbox. But given the non-confidential nature of this data unauthorized reads are not an issue for me. But in case of unauthorized modification I can alwasy fall back to the backups on Google Drive. Also, the whole directory on Google Drive is encrypted keeping my data safe there and if it were to come under attack it would mean that my Dropbox and Google accounts are compromised at the same time at which point I'll just live with my incredibly unlucky odds. But given I only log in to that Google account on safe devices means I decreases the chances for that from my side.

Similarly the KeePass and CherryTree files (which are meant to be decrypted only on secure devices) are rsynced via Dropbox and also backed up on Drive. This means that given I log in to Dropbox on less secure devices/connections I can still recover most of my data if attacked from the Drive backups.

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