It seems like they actually support it in Wiki.js however it requires you to first click "insert assets" and once that modal displays , you can actually paste into the page and it will be uploaded.
Not too different than JIRA really. But I feel like this feature would be improved if pasting into the editor itself yielded the same result.
"You can upload images from a tab in the media dialog, or by dragging and dropping a file into the editor, or by pasting an image from your clipboard. [...] The image will be inserted into the page when you are done."
That said, this is about to change! The upcoming Mediawiki 1.35 is supposed to move Parsoid into core PHP, and so VisualEditor is going to become a lot more default-accessible. :D
I have been waiting for an online wiki with the usability of Apple Notes that I use locally on all my Apple devices. It works like a charm except that I cannot make it public.
This is why I often take notes rather than write blog posts on my website. If the wiki software was as easy drag and drop as Apple Notes, I’d just take notes and they turn into publicly available wikis!
I am yet to find that tool. I would happily pay for such a tool with one braking condition that it must be self-hostable. I will not write my content into something like Medium or Notion where I don’t own my content.
Is this the type of functionality you're looking for if it could be self-hosted? How much would you be willing to pay for such a tool?
- ui: joplin.
- agpl, fully self-hostable.
- you own your content (because joplin).
- choose among free templates, or create your own.
- templates will be similar or compatible to hugo, still tbd.
Optional for paying customers:
- sync via webdav to my service.
- custom domain.
- backups, etc.
Once this starts generating money, I am planning to spend some of it to fund e2e per-folder encryption in joplin.
* CKEditor: https://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/CKEdit...
* Syntax: https://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Documentation/UserGuide...
Actually any wiki pages can define a Class and how to display this class and / or instances of a Class:
The Script Macro is useful to make some dashboards ( https://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Script... )
I've deployed this for the internal documentation inside a company I worked for (MediaWiki was a no-go even with a visual editor).
For each new feature, I was developing inside a clean new wiki, than I exported the changes once I was sure everything was okay. It is way more easy then to upgrade to the new XWiki version.
From the text of Outline's license :
The Business Source License (this document, or the “License”) is not an Open
Source license. However, the Licensed Work will eventually be made available
under an Open Source License, as stated in this License.
Since I just got into MediaWiki and write my first extension (finally a dark-mode that works), I'll see if this can be implemented. Perhaps with https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/API:Upload.