[maemo-users] note taking app?

From: Mark wolfmane at gmail.com
Date: Fri Jun 5 17:16:18 EEST 2009
On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 7:22 PM, Laura Conrad<sunny at laymusic.org> wrote:
> My n810 let me down this evening.  I was taking minutes at the condo
> meeting, and I decided to bring the N810 and all the cables and adaptors
> necessary to connect a keyboard to it and take the notes on that.  (One
> of the reasons I love computers so much is that I'm a competent typist,
> and practically illiterate from the point of view of being able to read
> my own handwriting any amount of time later.)
> Ideally, I'd have emacs, but I read up on installing it and it sounded
> like more work than I wanted to do at that time, so I don't.
> So I looked at "Utilities", and it had something called notepad, which I
> opened up and typed on for about 5 minutes and then it crashed.
> So I took the rest of the notes by hand.
> But what do people use to take notes?
> --
> Laura   (mailto:lconrad at laymusic.org http://www.laymusic.org/ )
> (617) 661-8097  233 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139

My vote is for Leafpad. It uses a plain text format that can be opened
as-is on pretty much *any* device, any OS and any platform. It's also
very stable and easy to use.


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