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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Sat Jul 3 13:50:04 2021
    BiteSpire changed doogieUser's group to Test Pilot.
  2. Thu Jul 1 08:57:12 2021

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  3. 3 months ago
    Tue Mar 30 03:22:41 2021

    Be careful, synchronization on app closing (eg. Windows shutdown) can lead to data loss.

  4. 4 months ago
    Sun Mar 21 21:23:04 2021
    doogieUser started the conversation Add doogiePIM plugins and API support.

    Would like to have a native API (not web) for working with doogiepim, for example, through a plugins.

    This will make doogiePIM a much more powerful tool.

  5. last year
    Fri Mar 27 10:29:58 2020

    As an example, important features that are already available in individual completed products.

  6. Fri Mar 27 10:26:33 2020

    You can try to solve all the desires of the user in one product, but since each direction requires continually developed and it can lose in quality and possibilities.

  7. Fri Mar 27 10:09:05 2020

    but I don't like the idea of having open text, unencrypted files hanging around a disk structure

    If the user needs it, probably he can already solve it himself, for example, with a mounted cryptocontainer (disk), which is compatible with iOS and Android. I do not suggest cutting out database support.

  8. Fri Mar 27 06:29:13 2020

    I admit, studying elisp in order to properly configure emacs is not one of the most pleasant and it becomes a problem in itself... Moreover, the org mode does not imply WYSIWYG editing.

    @BiteSpire Consider ideas from this: zim-desktop-wiki
    They use a simple text format (Markdown) that allows search the contents of any program, even windows + backup is implemented through git (may seem controversial, but it doesn’t bother the user).

    I hope you prefer a simple, open formats for yourself and users.

  9. Sun Jan 19 08:59:34 2020

    Will have to use emacs, with its org-mode, browsers and other...

  10. Sat Jan 11 04:42:20 2020
    doogieUser started the conversation Open file formats vs Third-party database.

    One file is convenient to transfer, but this does not cover the risks of possible loss of information or bugs with your software or format.
    Regular files in a reliable file system are much safer.

    As a database option, can be consider mounting an image with a file system, which is also convenient to transfer.
    Additional data and indexes can be stored in an auxiliary file.

    But, of course, your own database format is a good way to retain customers.

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