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  • Last Edit: September 28, 2020

Daily and/or weekly notes, often quite detailed, of what you’re doing.

This can be part of a Second BrainSecond Brain
The concept of wikis goes back to an earlier era of the web. With the advent of blogging (and I would say, RSS feeds to subscribe and follow content from all over), wikis went away for a while.
Wikis probably also get a bad rap from their early incarnation inside company intranets. Aside from a bad editing interface, bad search is the big thing that kills company intranets of all kinds. More on the WikiWiki
Various thoughts on wiki software
WikiJS
Used to run this site – see WikiJSWikiJS
WikiWiki
Various thoughts on wiki software
WikiJS
Used to run this site – see [[WikiJS]].
Outline

https://www.getoutline.com/
https://github.com/outline/outline
https://twitter.com/outlinewiki

Licensed as Business Source License – which I had not heard of. Documenting under [[Licensing]]
My fork: https://github.com/bmann/outline, setup to easily deploy to Heroku (not updated to recent head, yet). The app.json did get merged, so you should use the main version.
The other issue I had, with having mult...
software built on NodeJS. Has great DeployToHerokuDeployToHeroku
[[Heroku]] has a “Deploy to Heroku” button that lets people deploy apps using just a browser and the Heroku dashboard.
Creating a ‘Deploy to Heroku’ Button
The two base requirements are that the source code is on [[Github]] and that it contains an app.json file.

app.json schema is

support

Home page https://wiki.js.org/
OpenCollective Donations https://opencollective.com/wikijs
Github https://github.com/Requarks/wiki
Deploy via Heroku https://github.com/Requarks/wiki-heroku

An open source, modern and powerful wiki app built on Node.js, Git and Markdown. Can be maintained through a git repo (public or private, Github, Gitlab, etc) with standard git commits, as well as allowing edits through the front e...
.
Outline

https://www.getoutline.com/
https://github.com/outline/outline
https://twitter.com/outlinewiki

Licensed as Business Source License – which I had not heard of. Documenting under LicensingLicensing
Licensing, and “open source” licensing in particular, is something I’ve spent a lot of time on.
Presentations
Licenses
[[Kyle Mitchell]] https://writing.kemitchell.com/
[[Parity]], [[Prosperity]], and [[License Zero]] are all Kyle Mitchell projects, who I am a big fan of.
Parity
https://paritylicense.com/
Non-commercial license, where the software may be used for any purpose except for-profit.
Prosperity
https://prosperitylicense.com/
Open, share-alike license aka copyleft, where software may...

My fork: https://github.com/bmann/outline, setup to easily deploy to Heroku (not updated to recent head, yet). The app.json did get merged, so you should use the main version.
The other issue I had, with having mult...
page.
Currently, in 2020, personal and company note repositories are experiencing a re...
, or just a basic log to keep you on track.

Especially for people that are doing a lot of tasks, often many of them small and with context switching, it can be hard to get to the end of a day and feel like you really haven’t accomplished anything.

I’m experimenting with a YearlogYearlog
See also: [[Worklog]]. And a Yearlog seems awfully big, perhaps a [[Monthlog]] is a good place to start.
[[2020]]
Feb 29th: [[Leap Day]] – Rachael and I take a long weekend trip to Tofino, and come back early March into lock down.
[[COVID19]], the Year of the Pandemic
[[2019]]
In August, host [[Berlin Open Source Salon]].
In June, founded [[Fission]].
[[2018]]
Back to [[San Francisco]] to wrap up Tachyon.
Prague for [[EthDevcon4]] and [[Ethereum Magicians]].
Two weeks in [[San Francisco]] for...
since I’ve got 20 years of content to play with :)