TODO gotta research those more:
Major downsides that most of those personal knowledge databases have:
- roamresearch.com/ no public graphs
- nesslabs.com/roam-research-alternatives a bunch of open source alternatives to it
- Trillium Notes. Notable project! Pun unintended!
- Stroll giffmex.org/stroll/stroll.html. How to publish? How to see tree?
- tiddlyroam joekroese.github.io/tiddlyroam/ graph rather than text searchable ToC. Public instance? Multiuser?
- Athens github.com/athensresearch/athens rudimentary WYSIWYG
- Logseq github.com/logseq/logseq no web interface/centralized server?
- Zim zim-wiki.org/ Local only. WYSIWYG.
- itsfoss.com/obsidian-markdown-editor. Closed source. They have an OK static website publication mechanism: publish.obsidian.md/ram-rachum-research/Public/Agents+aren't+objective+entities%2C+they're+a+model but leaf node view only for now, no cross source page render. They are committed to having plaintext source which is cool: twitter.com/kepano/status/1675626836821409792
- www.notion.so/. Possible to publish pages: www.notion.so/help/public-pages-and-web-publishingBut non-paid plan currently disables "Search engine indexing" of that sharing, so it's useless. There's an "Allow duplicate as template" button though which is nice.URLs are horrendous however, e.g.: lofty-flower-be4.notion.site/aa-2274c59a06124d5b974b781a67340670 Only the
- very little/no focus on public publishing, which is the primary focus of OurBigBook.com
- either limited or no multiuser features, e.g. edit protection and cross user topics
- graph based instead of tree based. For books we need a single clear ordering of a tree. Graph should come as a secondary thing through tags.