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Gnote is the only thing I found so far that is somewhat close to cherrytree. Is there anything compatible with cherrytree in the ports? I would like to be able to read my notes in my fbsd box.
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Yes, Cherrytree had a major rewrite and doesn’t use Python2 anymore.
And what will happen, if -- out of the blue, GitHub announce that, no private for you?A private Github repositiory with a single README file. So you have history, diff, etc.
Well, when using Git, you usually have a local copy of the repository anyway. So you don’t lose anything. If GitHub doesn’t want you anymore, you can just move on to GitLab or one of the many other hosters. Or run your own Git server at home, or at some virtual root server that you can get for 2 €/month if you prefer.And what will happen, if -- out of the blue, GitHub announce that, no private for you?
If you use GitHub's online services in a country facing US sanctions, you could be about to be kicked off all but the most basic offerings.www.zdnet.com
I've tried this on windows in the past but gave up on it, I wasn't able to figure out on how to create a directory tree style like cherrytree, found it to be very user unfriendly with very poor documentation even though the software has a very good look to it.deskutils/qownnotes would be another option