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@wakest 😁 thanks! Would love to know what you think
But since we started off with Write.as, it still has paid plans and extra features we've built for promoting people's writing and hosting blogs on custom domains, etc. Of course, it's also meant to be a privacy-focused service.
@rmdzn Thanks! It's still us behind both Write.as and WriteFreely -- we're just offering hosting as a new service, since we're already doing it for the Write.as service / instance.
But yep, it's basically the same, just simplified for self-hosting :)
@Steven_Vervaecke It's federated too -- I just added that for anyone who wasn't familiar with Write.as
It would be great if there were just a bit of formatting in #write_as -. . you know, like Markdown? The very plain very vanilla approach is a bit spartan for me . . I'm used to producing documents, not streams of 'pure content'.
#Jot_as looks a little more interesting . . I would be very glad to see the back of Evernote. Though there too, formatting matters. In the kind of work I do, writing without formatting isn't writing. Posted a comment on this at https://discuss.write.as/t/jot-as-private-notes/16/6
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