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  1. ... I tried Noteworthy too.  Kept giving me error 404 pages. It should be easier ...


    I agree that we should have more options for data portability but, like gazumped mentioned above, Evernote is not a blogging tool.


    I'd like to help you solve your Noteworthy 404s, though. Could you contact me directly on here with some details?



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  2. Hello Jason !


    First, if that's not express support, then I don't know what express support is...thanks a lot for helping out :)


    I'm using 1and1 (Europe) as a hosting provider. I made sure to use Php 5.4, and explicitely declared it in the .htaccess file as well.


    Let me quickly recap what I did :


    1. Created a 'noteworthy' folder on my ftp (directly inside the root folder)

    2. Copied all the files in 'noteworthy-master' inside this folder

    3. Applied 755 permissions to all folders

    4. Opened website.com/noteworthy/ -> At this point I get the page I'm supposed to. Also, some folders, like 'content', are created inside the noteworthy folder

    5. Opened website.com/noteworthy/install/ -> Error 500

    If I try to open any URL starting with website/noteworthy/ (like archives for example) I get an error 500


    I tried reinstalling on a subdomain, and I get the exact same result.


    Any idea what the cause of the errors 500 could be ? I'd be glad to help testing your fixes :)


    Also, thank you again for the prompt reply !




    Hmm ... I wonder what the logs are reporting.


    I'll send you a private message with my contact information. We can work it out through there.



  3. Wow, this sounds almost too good to be true ; this is precisely what I was looking for :)


    That is, if only I got it to work...I get those pesky errors 500 each time I try to install. Tried it in a subdirectory, a subdomain, checked PHP versions, file permissions...can't get it to install.


    Good Evening Alex,


    Thanks for giving Noteworthy a try. I'd be happy to help you solve some of the issues you're having. Which web host are you running it on? I've seen some issues with DreamHost and GoDaddy, and have a few fixes written that haven't been released yet (testing, testing).

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  4. Depending on how you want to write in Evernote, you can use a little blogging tool that I have recently put up on GitHub. I've been refining this program for the last few months for other people to use, and I've been using it for my personal site since the start of 2012.

    It doesn't yet support Markdown, but it's something I've started looking into ... even though Evernote itself would not show the proper HTML format.

  5. I agree that Evernote would be a great blogging platform particulate if this could be handled at a Notebook level. (i.e. a dedicated Notebook for say Wordpress).

    This is how Noteworthy works, grabbing content only from the Notebooks you specify. Anything else would be terrifying (considering how I keep many of my medical receipts and other private documents in Evernote).

    I can see how WordPress integration would work, as that could be a plugin on a timer, but how would the Tumblr function work? That sounds like it would be either yet another application, or a browser plugin that can act as a bridge between the two services ...

  6. Using the Evernote storage you already pay for? Hmm ... that would make a self-hosted solution darn near impossible. There are web-wrappers that could be used, but that would be inefficient. Perhaps this is something the Evernote guys would have to build into their system directly.

    That said, if you would like to use Noteworthy and have a site design just like the example you provided, a custom theme could be created.

  7. I'm a bit late to the conversation, but I've been doing this for over a year. You can download the software from my GitHub page here: https://github.com/matigo/Noteworthy

    There are still a bunch of things I'm working on, but you can see with my personal blog that the software is quite snappy. You can specify which notebooks get published and, yes, Disqus is used for commenting.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

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  8. Thanks for the feedback. We'll be re-adding the ability to sort by created date in our next update.

    I really like a lot of what the new Evernote has to offer but really, really need this sort option. Glad to hear it'll be returning.

    Now if only the Mac AppStore didn't have a 5-year* backlog of updates ...

    * slight exaggeration

  9. I'd also like to throw my vote in for this feature. After using the Windows, iOS, and web versions of Evernote for over two years I've (finally) made the switch to Mac. Evernote without indenting is like a hamburger without the tomato. Sure, we can still eat the burger ... but why? ^_^

  10. Have you entered this into our DevCup? I think people might be quite interested...

    When I first heard about the Dev Cup I seriously considered putting more time and effort into getting it ready for people to use. That said, there is no way I can get this in a usable fashion for other people before the deadline. It doesn't take much to set up at all, but it's still a bit of a hassle for people who don't care to play with settings (only at the very beginning, of course).

    The goal is to have a basic version people can install on their own web servers this summer, so this may have to wait until the next competition ...

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  11. It's great to see that so many other people use Evernote as a blogging tool. I've been doing this for just over a year with my iPod Touch, and it's completely changed the way that I go about writing. It's changed the way I write to such an extent that WordPress and Tumblr no longer seemed like effective platforms for blogging ... so I created my own.

    I've been working on this project off and on for the better part of six months where I write articles on my iPod Touch or through one of the desktop clients. When I'm happy with the result, I drop it into the "Published" notebook. From there, Noteworthy (my blogging software) uses the Evernote API to read the new notes in that notebook and publishes them to the web.

    You can read more about the project here.

    There is no (real) administration panel. There are no difficult settings to configure and understand. This is just a simple tool that takes what is posted in Evernote and pushes it out to the web (after cleaning it up a little bit).

    Is this something that you would be interested in using? In the next few months I hope to have a bit more polish on the application so that it can be rolled out for anyone to use. I'd love to hear your opinion.

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