Not sure exactly how, but I came across hyperdraft and it piqued my interest. It reminded me of and However, it’s a little more useful (imo) than those. ikiwiki was a favourite of mine for a long time, it still is a favourite but I’ve not used it in a long time.

Currently I use tiddlywiki to manage the content I have in mind for hyperdraft, but it can be confusing for others and I haven’t found a nice way to manage private/public notes in one system. It’s possible but not as effortless as hyperdraft.

My natural reaction is to want to host it myself - even though I see it’s storing my data on another platform (and therefore not relying on your hosting) - and because it looks like there’s a 100 page limit, but still figuring that out from the documentation.

Just wanted to stop by and say hello and thanks for making and sharing hyperdraft.

hello and welcome :slight_smile:

interesting projects, i think i only heard of ikiwiki.

i can’t really help with self-hosting but feel free to explore with the source code: