Presenting an Open-Source Mini Demo of TinyList.app. This is a great open-source application that replicates much of the functionality of Google Keep, while respecting your privacy, and even allows for self-hosting! Check it out at https://tinylist.app Created and presented by tilvids.com. If you enjoy great edutainment video, but want to view it in a community that respects user privacy and supports creators, visit https://tilvids.com today! CREDITS - Hex numbers generated at https://www.browserling.com/tools/random-hex - Icons made by Vignesh Oviyan from www.flaticon.com - Icons made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com - Icons made by Smashicons from www.flaticon.com Screen Saver by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5715-screen-saver License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Thanks to this video on #Peertube, I found out about a Google Keep replacement call tinylist…

No account needed… and the data can even be self hosted (if you like)…

@maddox
12M

I find these types of apps way to complicated. Something like https://github.com/misterunknown/ifm/tree/v2.6.3 Improved File manager is just one PHP script, no complications, put in directory, make subdirectories, upload audio, video or any kind of files and write your text. This looks like way too complex application in background that limits human needs, rather than giving the liberty. I am protecting my space with http authentication, very easy thing. I can edit notes from anywhere in the world with simplest not complex application.

@ghosthand
45M

Carnet is another alternative to Keep: https://github.com/CarnetApp/CarnetDocumentation.

Future Me
35M

This is phenomenal!

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