Archivy is an outstanding open-source knowledge repository that empowers you to learn and retain information using your own personal and extensible wiki. It is an exceptional bookmarking and archiving system that enables you to save any webpage content as soon as you bookmark it. With Archivy, you can easily add and connect notes, and search everything using its incredibly powerful advanced full-text search.
In addition, Archivy's user-friendly interface allows you to organize your notes and bookmarks with ease, and customize your wiki to your liking. Whether you're a student, researcher, or just someone who wants to keep track of their ideas and findings, Archivy is the perfect tool for you.
Plus, since it is self-hostable, you have complete control over your data and can access it from anywhere. So why wait? Start using Archivy today and take control of your knowledge management!
In summary Archivy is:
- Easy install locally or any web-based machine using Python
- Responsive user interface
- Classify everything with tags
- Allows you to create, edit and connect notes
- It uses Markdown for notes and YAML. Front matter.
- You can add and archive webpages, bookmarks content easily
- Knowledge base organization with bidirectional links between notes, and embedded tags.
- Flat-file system
- Supports image upload
- Full-text search
- Tree hierarchy system
- Multi-user support
- Command-line interface
- Rich API and Developer-friendly documentation.
- Self-hosted (Web)
Archivy is an open-source knowledge repository that allows you to learn and retain information using your own personal and extensible wiki. It enables you to save any webpage content as soon as you bookmark it, and add and connect notes with its powerful full-text search. Archivy's user-friendly interface lets you organize your notes and bookmarks and customize your wiki.
It is self-hostable, giving you complete control over your data and access from anywhere. Archivy stands out for its focus on scripting and extensibility, digital preservation, deployability, and support for several search options, including Elasticsearch and ripgrep.
This project is licensed under the MIT License. See LICENSE for more information. The Archivy Logo is designed by Roy Quilor, licensed under CC BY-NC 4.0