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[Discuss] Joplin Re: Backing up evernote

I am currently looking seriously at Standard Note. This has an android and
Linux app.

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Jerry Feldman <gaf.linux at>
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On Wed, Dec 12, 2018, 4:03 PM Rich Braun <richb at wrote:

> Jerry Feldman <gaf.linux at> wrote:
> > Setting up a note server is not the issue. I need the noted on both my
> > desktop, laptop AND Android. For my uses, Google Keep works, but lacks an
> > import facility.
> Just to be clear about what Joplin is: it's a client app written mainly in
> Javascript that runs on all platforms, primarily intended for mobile use
> (app stores Android / Apple) but also for Linux and Mac OS X. The server
> backend that I mentioned, as Jabr discovered, is a separate
> Webdav/Dropbox-like thing called NextCloud (or you can use Dropbox itself,
> if you're comfortable with that, but this thread started off with the idea
> that control over your personal data is important). The notes are synced to
> the backend and made available across your devices in near-realtime. The
> commercial Evernote tool has a lot more features but Joplin's promising as
> a rapidly-evolving open-source project.
> -rich
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