You can run it locally, online, and/or securely. And logbooks can be password protected. We use it for a number of collaborative projects to keep running notes, files, etc., some of those notes dating back years.
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From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com on behalf of Fajar Priyanto
Sent: Tue 10/2/2007 7:03 AM
To: For users of Fedora
Subject: Suggestion for knowledge keeper?
Currently I'm using Kate to keep notes, part of log files, my thoughts,
various passwords, bank account numbers, etc. Over 3 years now the file has
grown so big, that I think now it's taxing system resource too much.
I'm looking for a better solution. A friend of mine suggests tomboy, but I
don't like it. Can someone share your suggestion any tool for this kind of
Thank you very much.
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