A web app for managing your bookmarks.
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README.md

Welcome to Commonmarks

What is Commonmarks?

Commonmarks is a self-hosted bookmarking web application written with Ruby on Rails. The idea behind Commonmarks isn't to compete with other bookmarking applications, but to provide a self-hosted alternative that let's you save and organise your bookmarks.

What's coming up?

I'm working on this on my own time, so features will be delivered as and when I can fit the time in to work on them.

Here's a little lightweight roadmap of what I am hoping to add in the next few months:

  • An owner can reset their password
  • Tags can be sorted by frequency or name
  • Tag bundles can be shared or hidden
  • RSS feeds (falls in line with the public site setting, so is only enabled when the site is public)
  • Sitemap (again falls in line with the public site setting, only enabled when the site is public)
  • Starred bookmarks
  • Tag collection heading to show the selected tag and the number in the collection

Looking a little further ahead, here's what I have in plan for the long term:

  • The ability to host multiple accounts on a single instance.
  • A bookmark page showing an individual bookmark and related bookmarks.
  • The ability to automatically add bookmarks via RSS feeds.