[TiddlyWiki] Non-linear personal notebook

TiddlyWiki for YunoHost

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Install TiddlyWiki with YunoHost


TiddlyWiki is a non-linear personal web notebook that anyone can use and keep forever, independently of any corporation.

TiddlyWiki is a complete interactive wiki in JavaScript. It can be used as a single HTML file in the browser or as a powerful Node.js application. It is highly customisable: the entire user interface is itself implemented in hackable WikiText.

Shipped version: 5.1.23





New stable version :tada:

  • 28 March 2021 - #4
    • Upgrade to TiddilyWiki under NodeJS. version 5.1.23

You may need to remove the previous install before installing the new version.

sudo yunohost app install https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/tiddlywiki_ynh

Merci encore pour cette version :slight_smile:
De mon côté malheureusement, impossible de passer la fenêtre de connexion. J’ai tenté deux fois l’installation, en renseignant un mot de passe simple (ni caractères spéciaux, ni caractères accentués) ; à chaque fois, la connexion échoue (la popup de connexion ré-apparaît sans cesse).

C’est bizarre parce qu’hier je n’ai pas rencontré ce souci d’authentification. Mais aujourd’hui j’ai le même problème que tu décris :confused: J’ai ce problème sur Firefox mais pas sur Chromium… J’ai une branche sans l’authentification avec username/password et qui utilise la balise anon-username et comme on a déjà le SSO je vois pas trop l’intérêt d’avoir une deuxième authentification.

sudo yunohost app install https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/tiddlywiki_ynh/tree/access

Je ne sais pas si cela peut t’aider, mais pour information, lorsque je configure manuellement TiddlyWiki avec un reverse proxy configuré grâce à l’application redirect, j’ai le même souci si j’utilise une redirection de type private, alors que je ne le rencontre absolument pas lorsque la redirection est de type public.

Échec pour moi aussi au moment de l’auth.

Quel est le nom d’utilisateur à fournir ? Le user courant ou admin ou autre ?

:warning: An issue as been highlighted on GitHub with the loss of tiddlers as a consequences.
A patch as been push to master that fixes it. It is advised to save tiddlers, remove and reinstall TiddlyWiki and then reimport tiddlers.

its ok.

Hi everyone,
Would it be possible to have tiddlywiki as read-only for anybody visiting the corresponding website, and with saving rights for users logged in into the SSO ?

Found this, maybe there is a way : http://tw5readonly.tiddlyspot.com/

Apparemment le problème existe toujours…

I have re-tested TiddlyWiki on my server and I can’t reproduce the logging problem. I am not saying that the issue doesn’t exist but I can’t pin out in which circonstances it does…
I have set a branch with no admin/password set:
sudo yunohost app install https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/tiddlywiki_ynh/tree/passwordless

serait-il possible de mettre Ă  jour la version de tiddlywiki ?
certains plugins ne sont pas compatibles.


The new version can be tested here (do not forget to save your tiddlers locally. → Save snapshot for offline use) :grimacing:

sudo yunohost app install https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/tiddlywiki_ynh/tree/5.2.1 --debug
sudo yunohost app upgrade tiddlywiki -u https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/tiddlywiki_ynh/tree/5.2.1 --debug

merci pour le lien.
la mise à jour s’effectue bien à priori, mais la version de mon wiki est toujours 5.1.23 (vu dans les paramètres du wiki)
par contre dans l’admin de yunohost, la version est bien 5.2.1

le log de la mise Ă  jour : https://paste.yunohost.org/raw/naqudomuna

j’ai désinstallé mon ancien wiki et reinstallé : je suis bien en 5.2.1
merci !

Le soucis vient peut-être de moi, je n’avais pas installé les plugins sur le serveur, mais en local.
Cela à peut-être créé une confusion.

I can highly recommend TiddlyWiki (TW). :star::star::star::star::star:

I started using it back in 2015. I attended several of the online webinars back then, presented by the lead dev, Jeremy (Jermolene). The community around TW is very friendly and helpful. Their main form of communication within the community is Google Groups, which I wasn’t too keen on, but still. I haven’t used TW much lately, since I have started installing the full Mediawiki package on my laptop as localhost. Maybe now that I’m starting to use YunoHost, this might be a good opportunity for me to dust off some of my TW5 tiddlers.

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Do I have to restart the service after upgrading? I still get the old version displayed, while the app is already upgraded.

And is there a proven workflow for saving the tiddlers and get them back after upgrade?

Salut @ericg , Hi everyone!
merci beaucoup, thanks a lot for bringing TiddlyWiki to yunohost.
I’ ve been using Tiddlywiki for 10 years now. It is a great tool for everything: Notetaking, blogging, scientific work, visualizing data, presentations, furnishing open educational res.sources… .
On top it has a very helpfull community too: https://talk.tiddlywiki.org/
I just iscovered Yunohost and it seems to be a very good basis to deploy it because it is easy to set up and capable of node.js.
It would be great if it was possible to use yunohost to deploy not only a single wiki but wikis for multiple users. For example there is TiddlyServer which is capable of managing multiple wikis. Is there anyone to volunteer doing an implementation on yunohost?