#wiki

Wikis, information and commands. Today I was upgrading the Docker containers in my server and I had to figure out how to fix something because there was a breaking update. For future reference, I added it to some random markdown file I have on my computer with some notes. However, I always forget to check it and end up searching for the same things over and over again.

In the past, I thought about having a public wiki, but that failed. Maybe because I tried to build it on top of very old notes I had that have no real use for me nowadays. What do you use to keep this types of notes and snippets? I wanted to have something simple that I could access and edit at any time, preferably online. Any ideas?

Wikis, information and commands. Today I was upgrading the Docker containers in my server and I had to figure out how to fix something because there was a breaking update. For future reference, I added it to some random markdown file I have on my computer with some notes. However, I always forget to…

I’m wondering if there’s any interesting software to build git based wikis (or at least with a flat file storage) that support Markdown and ACL for private and public posts and is extensible enough to allow me to customize it the way I want. I have a bunch of notes I’d like to make public just because they might be helpful for someone else. I thought about integrating it into this website but I’d love to have a way to have private posts, as well as easily linking between pages. The most interesting option I found was DokuWiki which was tons of plugins. However, it’s PHP and I’m not sure about how maintained it is nowadays. It looks like wiki software is dying… besides the big beasts.

I'm wondering if there's any interesting software to build git based wikis (or at least with a flat file storage) that support Markdown and ACL for private and public posts and is extensible enough to allow me to customize it the way I want. I have a bunch of notes I'd like to make public just becau…