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I'll give it a shot. I don't think rtsp will work, but that's a good start if it can play the files and output to a stream. I know it can receive the stream and play it back, but the other way around is hard to find. Thanks for the response!skwire, would it be possible to use the TROUT source to create this RTMP streaming playlist manager (for Windows)? See my original request here, but trout would be perfect as it is.-superboyac (January 19, 2022, 05:42 PM)
Too kludgy to try and make Trout do this. Can this be done with VLC, which I know handles RTSP streams and has a basic playlist editor/window?-skwire (January 20, 2022, 12:54 PM)
Zim can produce sites that are very similar to what emanote does (if I got it right). I'm seriously considering having a public facing website (and internal docs) in zim.zim is a very nice all in one solution. It does make webpages too! i could see myself replacing onenote with zim. but the website thing, i feel emanote has better features under the hood. and more to come!
The one thing I don't think it solves well is collaboration/molecular permissions.-urlwolf (January 18, 2022, 09:59 AM)
I don't use it that much either. But I like having it.map web paneAh.-superboyac (December 07, 2021, 11:51 PM)
That thing I never use-Dormouse (December 08, 2021, 03:05 AM)
I have no idea about the timeline. But I'm using it anyway. There is zero risk of anything happening since it uses plain md files and folder structure. The developer is very dedicated to not having anything become obsolete. He may eventually offer some kind of web hosted app, but not sure about that.Guys, update on all this:
I'm still using that web portal neuron for reading my notes....it is now called emanote, and even better.
For writing and editing, I use Obsidian.
emanote is awesome.-superboyac (November 09, 2021, 09:11 PM)
That looks amazingly clean and simple. Also loads up pages lightning fast. Any idea when it will come out of beta? Would love to try it out on some projects.-Spyrith (November 19, 2021, 02:15 AM)
I wasn't trying to be prophetic since WinPatrol was a valuable utility for me for years, but it is officially gone, website and all. Users report that it still works, but the learn function no longer does, which means it no longer "learns" whether a startup is allowed or not. I haven't found a suitable alternative .no alternative?! so crazy.-Joe Hone (August 06, 2021, 04:46 PM)
At the same time, Linux has become notably shittier when the majority of distributions introduced systemd, a svchost.exe clone with a bizarre understanding of how Linux was supposed to work.tell me more about this. i just learned how to do something with systemd. i thought it was "better" than whatever was before?
They even killed text log files.-Tuxman (July 07, 2021, 09:56 AM)
Just an update to the programs I'm using.Hey! What did you use to make that diagram?
Files remain central, but I now do no format conversion without explicit reason. This means that if a file starts as an .rtf or .docx it may stay like that and I will work with a program that can use that format. My own writing is usually in .txt.
Most of my files are in Obsidian vaults, with heavy nesting (especially for projects) even when Obsidian cannot read those files. I use wikilinks extensively even when the program I am using cannot interpret them - they are nearly always written with a mind on future use anyway. I use #tags, preferably written in the file but otherwise done using the file explorer; these systems aren't consistent some use metadata, some a database in the folder, but the tags are; not ideal, but I decided in the end that tagspaces was too slow for me. I use search programs, and imagine that I might end up learning regex, but I'll go no further in that direction than I have to.
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