Development status: paperless-ng has been deprecated and replaced by paperless-ngx/paperless-ngx.
A supercharged version of paperless: scan, index and archive all your physical documents - jonaswinkler/paperless-ng
[ALPHA - UNDER DEVELOPMENT] OpenSource note-taking & archiving
Paperwork is an open-source, self-hosted alternative to services like Evernote , Microsoft OneNote or Google Keep .
NOTE In order to get Paperwork in its current state (under development) running, you have to have an understanding for how Docker and DNS works and know the basic concepts of HTTP proxying. Also, experience with Traefik and Minio might come in handy.
If you don’t have that, then the current state of Paperwork probably isn’t for you in first place. To make it clear: This software is not usable at this moment. It’s being worked on to be made usable in the near future. In its current state, Paperwork v2 is targeted to developers that would like to get their hands dirty and contribute to the project.
Commander One is dual-pane file manager for OS X created in Swift, which enables you to manage your files in the best possible way.
You will get the dual-pane interface for easy moving and copying files from one place to another; multi-tab browsing for eliminating clutter; advanced search for locating files quickly; file operations queueing, hotkeys setup, ZIP support and much more.
PRO Pack of the application offers additional benefits: built-in fast FTP client that enables you to connect to remote server through FTP or SFTP; easy access to data on your devices, both iOS and Android; compression and extraction of ZIP, RAR, TBZ, TGZ, 7z files; integration of any number of Dropbox accounts, and more.
The 2.0 version of Commander One brought lots of new features and improvements throughout. Commander One now works with Box cloud, OpenStack Swift storage, Backblaze B2, Amazon S3-compatible clouds with an ability to encrypt cloud files. If you are already familiar with version 1.0 you'll be pleased to discover all new features that were added thanks to users' comments and requests, and the support for Dark Mode was added, of course. As per usual, Commander One provides the advanced level of file management in a two-panel interface on Mac as well as file sharing between Mac, clouds and mobile devices with the top standards of security. Commander One 2.0 can be downloaded from the official website.
MediaWiki is a free software wiki package written in PHP, originally for use on Wikipedia. It is now used by several other projects of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation and by many other wikis.
Write your content in the widely used and simple Markdown format, using the built-in visual editor. Unlike other wiki software that save content in a database with a difficult to extract format, Wiki.js saves all your content directly into Markdown (.md) files and that content is automatically synced with your remote Git repository. Your content is therefore safe and readable directly from your Git repository.
Wiki.js runs on the blazing fast Node.js engine and is optimized to be low on CPU resources. It relies heavily on caching to quickly deliver content to users and makes use of the latest web technologies, such as WebSockets, to provide instant interactivity in the webpage.
Content is automagically processed into a beautiful reading format, presented inside an elegant user interface. A sidebar menu is generated for each page based on your headers and sections are rendered in different colors to enhance readability.
Choose to restrict access to your Wiki to certain users or even just parts of your content. You are in total control with the easy to use access control built into Wiki.js. Login using the local database or connect with external authentication providers like Microsoft Account, Google ID or Facebook to provide a seamless login experience to your users.
Insert images, schemas, documents, videos, links and more in your Wiki.js using the built-in assets manager. Organize your media files into folders and let the built-in editor generate the proper Markdown tags for you. You can even ask Wiki.js to fetch an image from an external website for you. Once again, all your files are automatically synced to your remote Git repository for safekeeping.
Quickly find the wiki entry you're looking for using the built-in search engine, accessible from any page. It provides relevant results and suggestions by analyzing your wiki entries metadata and content.
LinkAce is a self hosted archive to store and organize links of your favorite websites. Search through them with the help of tags and lists. The content stays available with the help of automated backups and monitoring.
Automated Monitoring All saved links are monitored. Get a notification when a website moves or becomes unavailable.
Integrated Backups Links are backed up via the Internet Archive after you saved them. Automagically.
Tags & Lists Choose tags to categorize links, add them to custom lists to group them by a topic or occasion.
Share or keep it private Your link archive can be accessed by guests, or kept private. Links, tags and lists can be set private separately.
Search, filter, order A powerful search helps you find the links you are looking for. Filter and order the results by various properties.
REST API LinkAce offers a REST API for all features, so you can control and access all your data from other applications.
- Titles and descriptions are generated automatically once you saved a link in LinkAce.
- Add unlimited notes to links to add thoughts, details, to dos or whatever you don't want to put into the link description.
- To make sharing as easy as possible, LinkAce prepares share links for a lot of different apps: email, Twitter, Whatsapp, Reddit,...
- You can import existing bookmarks from your browser based on a standard HTML file. Or export all links saved in LinkAce to this standard format to be consumed by browsers or other applications.
- The app can be backed up to Amazon AWS, including both the application files and the database.
- Links, tags, lists or notes are not permanently deleted. A trash holds all "deleted" entries so nothing gets lost accidentally. You can restore all entries from the trash.
- A lot of configuration options ensure that LinkAce fits your needs: timezone, time and date formats, defaults for link creation, and many more.
Vim ("Vi IMproved") is an advanced text editor that allows syntax highlighting, word completion and has a huge amount of contributed content.
Vim offers several “modes” for editing with efficiency. This makes vim a non-user-friendly application but it is also a strength. The normal mode binds alphanumeric keys to task-oriented commands. The visual mode highlights text. The command-line mode offers more tools (for search&replace, defining functions, etc.)
Vim comes with complete help.
Cozy makes the personal cloud more accessible. Respectful of the user's privacy, Cozy simplifies daily tasks: synchronize and backup photos, automate bills downloading, manage expenses, etc. Flexible and easy to use, their Open Source platform allows users to create and develop their own applications.