Project ThoughtStorms encompases the software used to run ThoughtStorms Wiki, various conversion scripts and plugins which have been used to port it to different wiki-engines during its history, and some other tools to manage personal and public information with a wiki-like philosophy. You can find the git repo on GitHub.
As of 2017, some of these tools are now redundant and continue in the repository for historical continuity. Others are currently in use and under active development.
The new, currently unnamed wiki-engine, is written in Python and lives in a the
python subdirectory of the Project ThoughtStorms repository.
It is, in turn divided into,
python/thoughtstorms(the libraries used by Project ThoughtStorms)
python/servers(a wiki server, written using the minimal Bottle framework, and associated templates and css.
The current philosphy is that all the useful intelligence ie. classes that understand different formats, and which manage storage of pages etc. are in the
thoughtstorms subdirectory. The
servers subdir contains only a minimal UI logic + templates.
conversions are batch conversion scripts. Both
conversions reference the intelligence int the thoughtstorms directory.
Once in this directory, you need to make sure there's a symbolic link to the
thoughtstorms directory that contains the libraries. For example, in Linux, type
ln -s ../thoughtstorms thoughtstorms
This only needs to be done once. Now we're in the right directory, and have the symbolic link, you can type :
python wiki.py ThoughtStorms w 8090 PATH-TO-PAGES PATH-TO/ThoughtStorms/python/servers/assets
What are these wiki.py options?
wiki.py wikiname typecode port-number path-to-pages path-to-assets
wikiname is displayed alongside page-names at the top of each page. (Useful if you are running several wikis at once and need to remember which you are looking at)
typecode selects for the type of PageStore (and the permissions it implies). Currently, typecode 'w' makes the wiki writable by any user. Other typecodes are read-only..
port-number determines which port the wiki listens on
path-to-pages is path to directory where pages are saved
path-to-assets is path to directory where the html template is stored.
Use the conversion scripts in the
conversion directory eg.
sfw2flat.py Converts SFW files to flat files (extracts just the current "story" text).
Note that this saves files in the local directory where this is run from, but that the script appends .md on the end of the file-names on the assumption that you will be moving pages to Markdown format.
wikish2md.py Converts text files that have Wikish markup to Markdown.
NB: saves files with same name as originals, in the local directory where this is run from. Be careful. DON'T run this in the same directory as the original files.
php directory contains a copy of jsondiff.php which can diff two online JSON files. It's included in the Project ThoughtStorms site as a useful way to diff the same page on two different SFW servers.
scripts directory contains Python files (in CGI) format which can be used to quickly paste in a block of multi-paragraph text and generate an SFW formated page from it. You can try it here
Smart Disorganized blog
What is a Smart Disorganized Individual?
Wraps an outliner in a wiki-like PageStore.
On GitHub :
Simple command-line todo-queue.
An earlier wiki-like personal organizer I wrote. Some of the ideas from SdiDesk are feeding into Project ThoughtStorms. This project is deprecated, however, a version of the original code is also still around.