Related repository: https://github.com/200ok-ch/organice
I’m on strike against SLYT posts. After a web search and a look at your profile, I found the canonical repo for organice. It has a nice readme.
It’s also linked in the video description. No need for me to hide the repo whilst doing a promo video^^
After reading your comment, I also linked to it from the posts description.
I’m a little put off by my first introduction to a new piece of software being a link to a video myself. That said, this video is nicely concise and has the valid purpose of demoing the software live, and it links to to text documentation, so I don’t mind too much. I currently use another piece of note-taking software that doesn’t work particularly well in a mobile browser, so I’m excited to try organice out and see if it solves my problem.
Awesome! Do you plan on supporting other backends?
There is some interest in the community on adding other backends[1, 2].
I’ll happily merge any PR enabling a different backend and support the development of it and will test it if I have access to a compatible backend.
MAJOR Update: A very kind contributor has build WebDAV support today! We collaborated over the day to get the feature in quickly and I’m happy to report that it’s done!
With WebDAV, organice can now potentially be synchronized with all kinds of back-ends - for example NextCloud, OwnCloud, Seafile or your own Nginx or Apache.
Oh heck yes! Thanks for the update!!
I’ve been looking for an alternative to Orgzly and this looks awesome, especially with the agenda view.
What do you dislike about Orgzly’s agenda view? Did you open issues?
You know, when I wrote that I think I was mostly just excited to see more mobile org mode utilities. I took a look at Orgzly’s agenda features again today and the queries are pretty powerful.
Care to elaborate? “Yikes” isn’t very constructive.