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@peppermint
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notes - Joplin is really good and actively maintained to do - nextcloud notes. I can’t think of a keep-level app for this

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I second this. Joplin is great for notes, and they have checkboxes that you could use for a todo list (I use it for my grocery list). It’s also encrypted, has clients for all devices, and is still getting new features with an active development team. Highly reccomend

@jazzfes
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For me Joplin works great for notes, website downloads, and anything writing. The nextcloud integration is dead simple and also just works. Haven’t looked at anything else since using this.

@cyrus
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@peppermint
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Joplin works from command-line, though admittedly I never tried. it allows you to e2e encrypt your notes also.

@yogthos
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I like Carnet

@cyrus
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@yogthos
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I mostly use it on the phone, but I find Linux client is serviceable :)

@Nevar
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Zettlr works better than Joplin. Obsidian works better than Joplin. LogSeq works better than Joplin.

All three have Linux desktop apps, sync with Nextcloud, and you can edit in the browser with the Nextcloud notes app.

I used Joplin for about a year and ended up using Obsidian because it’s slick with its backlinking features. I found the speed to sync, and the way Joplin handles to-do items, really frustrating.

Logseq I think has a ton of potential but it’s only in late-alpha/early-beta stage. GPL though.

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@Nevar
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Zettlr is GPL. I’m using Obsidian for work. They’re the same people who developed Dynalist and they refuse to sell their company (it’s a two person shop). So I trust they’re not going to sell out. But if they do, it’s all in Markdown and they have export features so it’s not like you can’t port your data over somewhere else if you don’t like the direction it’s taking. IMO the data portability is one of the most important things. Re: privacy; Obsidian app has never once made an internet request with my firewall and I’ve been using it daily since January.

poVoq
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qOwnnotes is great… but yeah qt :p

Otherwise there are only electron apps I think. Joplin comes to mind.

@tronk
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I started using qOwnNotes recently and love it. How come you say “bu tyeah qt :p”. Idk, it seems as if that was a bit of a problem? Or am I overthinking your wording? hahah sorry if I’m indeed doing so. Just curious.

poVoq
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The OP specifically stated no qt apps. Personally I think qt is great, but I also run it on KDE.

@tronk
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ooooh. silly me. thanks!

Subversivo
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I like the fact that QOwnNotes is a desktop client and not ashamed about it. As the notes are simple .md files, you can use the NextCloud Notes app on the browser, some third client on phone, and have the best interface for each usercase.

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poVoq
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Yes it has a dark mode. No idea if there is a flatpack for it, I use it via AUR.

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