Continuing the discussion of how IndieWeb needs to evolve in order to see adoption.
I’m continuing down the road of adding Deploy to Heroku support to various apps, and using my site as a test case for IndieWeb stuff. I went down the rabbit hole today because infominer was looking at the Jekyll IndieWeb template, and I found @voxpelli’s WebMention’s server at voxpelli/webpage-webmentions. I forked it bmann/webpage-webmentions and got Deploy to Heroku working by just adding an app.json.
Orientation - Rails app to create internal docs & tutorials https://orientation.io/: Has Deploy to Heroku support, uses Google Auth for login, can group articles as lists to make Guides. The Purpose & Features page has extended info. Permalink
Joplin: Markdown-based note taking & to do
https://joplin.cozic.net/: Originally design to import Evernote
.enex files. Available on many platforms, including mobile apps and even terminal. Uses different cloud services for synchronization.
ProseMirror - toolkit for building rich-text editors on the web. https://prosemirror.net/: Developed by The Guardian and others. From this link: "If you are using ProseMirror to make profit, there is a social expectation that you help fund its maintenance". The Guardian article on moving from their previous editor Scribe to ProseMirror is also a good read. Permalink
Hyper - Electron-based Terminal app built on HTML/CSS/JSS https://hyper.is/: "The goal of the project is to create a beautiful and extensible experience for command-line interface users, built on open web standards." Plugins and themes are published and installed via npm. Permalink
Micro - Terminal-based Text Editor https://micro-editor.github.io/: Static binary with no dependencies so it can run on pretty much any system. Plugin system written in Lua. Full mouse support as well as keybindings. I use this on my Chromebook. Permalink
Standard Readme https://github.com/RichardLitt/standard-readme: A standard format for README files, designed for open source libraries. Permalink