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venam
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z3bra
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(02-04-2019, 09:57 AM)thuban Wrote: Most mail server allow you to pipe incoming envelopes to a script in aliases file.
i.e. on openbsd smtpd, you can write in /etc/mail/aliases something like
Code:
toto: |/path/to/the/script

The envelope is like a file passed as argument ($1)

I'm bumping this thread, because I just found out that thuban ended up implementing this idea for his own blog: https://prx.ybad.name.

The software is named prose, and is written in C (pledge'd and unveil'd).

Good job buddy ! I'll give it a shot, and see how I can use it myself :)
venam
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Yet another knowledge base software came out in the news lately kb. It seems these are getting popular.
jkl
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Your link is broken.
venam
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(30-09-2020, 03:52 AM)jkl Wrote: Your link is broken.
Fixed, thanks for pointing this out I didn't notice.
jkl
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Seems like I'm the only one here who actually reads your posts. :p

That kb tool looks fine, I would have had a use for it if I wouldn't have seen org-mode first. Thank you!
eye
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just found this: https://github.com/logseq/logseq

Syncs with GH. I don't think it's encrypted tho.

Best for me is: https://joplinapp.org/ encryption, sync through Nextcloud, Android App. It's perfect IMHO
Ramiferous
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(29-09-2020, 08:34 AM)venam Wrote: Yet another knowledge base software came out in the news lately kb. It seems these are getting popular.

"kb is a text-oriented minimalist command line...tool oriented toward software developers, penetration testers, hackers"

Be sure to see plenty of Kali Linux Screenshots on r/unixporn featuring this new tool for HACKERS! Seriously though, it looks like a neat little utility.

(15-11-2020, 05:36 AM)eye Wrote: just found this: https://github.com/logseq/logseq

Syncs with GH. I don't think it's encrypted tho.

Best for me is: https://joplinapp.org/ encryption, sync through Nextcloud, Android App. It's perfect IMHO

These also look cool. Ahhh which one do I choose!? I never knew I needed such a tool but I do have unorganised notes just floating around my ~/Documents folder so perhaps I do!

kb looks to be nice and minimal and for someone like me with just a bunch of cheatsheet notes perhaps that's the go. Plus, hacker cred.

EDIT: Ok, I installed kb. It works well and might just help e keep my notes in check. cheers for sharing!
venam
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Yet another knowledge manager mentioned here, todotxt.