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Tiddlywiki is by far the most versatile of all personal Wiki's I know See More
Basic users can start with simple note-taking, progressively discover predefined features and existing plugins, then start using more fancy features (like filters, widgets, macros), in order to adapt their wiki to their needs. See More
Vim is an excellent client for coding or taking notes, so long as you accept that you are using a test editor not a modern publishing program. One can choose colour themes to apply - some of which help with eye strain when you are working for 8 hrs on a file - but ultimately WYSIWYG. See More
Stir Fry's Experience
Been using it for at least 3 yrs for work and personal use. See More
Notes can contain links to other notes, allowing you to reference important information when needed. This way the user can connect and reference many different pages in the app, keeping things clean and structured, unlike Evernote, which makes this a good Evernote alternative. See More
I downloaded it as a free approximation of Scrivener, an organization and word processing tool for writers. I was able to get it set up with a lot of the same structure: a main page, branching lists of characters, locations, scenes, and so on. Works even better than I thought it would. The learning curve seems steep at first. The startup page on the Help Wiki seems very complicated to begin with. Once I got started on my own Wiki, though, I learned as I went pretty quickly and the organization started to make more sense. It will look like your pages are duplicated even when they're not if you look at the tree on the left, which can be confusing. (Don't do what I did and get bogged down in sub-folders trying to get around that.) Once you figure it out, though, it's pretty easy to use even complex features like linking pictures and transcluding files. 5/5, would recommend. 👍👍 See More
Intuitive markdown-like syntax -- easy to create well-organized outlines just by typing, without needing toolbars or menus for formatting. Excellent performance, no lag in display, navigation or startup. Open source python project. Works on linux from source code + wxgtk. See More
It's not the best-of-the-best, but it is easy to use, and does the job! I have the directory included in my Dropbox area, so it propagates to all of my servers. The updates are pretty much automagic, so updates made by one of us on one laptop show up on the others without anything being done. It might take a few minutes, but that is as much a part of Dropbox as anything. If you want top-of-the-line, enterprise-grade wiki, then you are looking in the wrong place. If you want an it-will-do-what-you-need, small business wiki, then you are here. See More
It has a high learning curve but has features that no other personal wiki has. See More