Just as I finished transferring all my notes using the TiddlyWiki adaptation I wrote about in an earlier post, a reader provided a link to a better option: Serversidewiki, a hosted service using the latest TiddlyWiki version and Ruby on Rails.
Tim Morgan, the author of Ziddly Wiki, also wrote to offer help in the errors I encountered in running ZiddlyWiki. He also offered instructions on how to limit access to your ZiddlyWiki site using Zopeís permission system. I might try his instructions in a week or two for an article Iím writing.
I initially thought the best option for me was to run a server-side TiddlyWiki that only I can access in my web space. A day or two later, however, I found that I needed to share some of my notes and my option was to create login accounts for people I will be sharing the notes with. But with the login account, these people would be able to view all my notes even if they couldnít edit it.
Serversidewiki offers a better option.