OWL now has a simple Python server that saves OPML files to your local machine. More here.
I love outlining. I love wiki. What do you get when you create a mutant cross-breed of the two? A fucking power tool, that’s what! It’s just a rough draft, at the moment, a rough mashup of Concord and ideas from SdiDesk. But I think you can see it’s compelling …
ThoughtStorms has been ported across to the Smallest Federated Wiki. Of course, there are plenty of failures, missing pages, bits of markup that aren’t handled correctly etc. But this is wiki, right? It’s never perfect. It’s always living and dying and composting. The problems will get flushed out, or worked-around, or become charming ruins over […]
Zounds! Pharo is a smalltalk that runs on iOS and has a wiki-app.
Another thing that I saw recently that looks pretty interesting : Fossil, a kind of source-control system with built in web-server and trac-like wiki and bug-tracking, all in a single executable file. I’ve no time to play with this at the moment, but it looks very cute.
hat-tip Bill Seitz : Dr. Drang builds a python-based desktop-like notebook.