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So, Raneto is like a next-generation wiki software?
If anybody is familiar with Raneto, have people tried importing a wiki and converting it to a Raneto?
I wonder if Raneto works well with Kiwix to produce readable .zim files.
Raneto is like a static site generator, so it might work well with IPFS. I don't know if that has been tried.
Raneto might pair well with yn (yank-note).
Why do you all like Raneto?
@LoudLemur Personally I don't see Raneto as a wiki, more as a nice simple app for documentation, knowledge-base etc. That's my 'use case' anyway. In that scenario, nice clean layout is more important than fancy presentation, and ease of updating is critical, because documentation is very often a weak point for systems & work-flows, so making it easy to update helps to keep docs up to date.
But maybe you can envisage a wiki type of usage.
Sorry, I don't know the answers to the other interesting questions you ask.
@robi : after some fiddling, I have self-packaged Raneto for Cloudron
Biggest challenge was adapting to the Cloudron separation of
/app/data. The app author seemed to envisage a single directory structure for app and content/config. Not technically difficult, just fiddly to work out where things were hiding.
As ever, I may not have done it the best way, so happy to receive advice on improvements.
NB : I have added a
postinstallMessageabout the default login credentials. They need to be changed in
/app/data/config.js. Other config changes possible there too. The message shows in the app settings Documentation drop-down, but it doesn't pop up on first run, like the App Store apps. Haven't found out how to do that.
Background : I have Raneto running nicely on a small CapRover deployment, but I was 'itch-scratching' as I want it on my primary VPS which is Cloudron.
No idea whether it is suitable for the AppStore or what improvements needed for that. But if the self-package helps someone to scratch their own itch, yay!
EDIT : Raneto can probably be installed in a Cloudron LAMP app, if that's easier for people than doing a self-install.