[tomboy-list] Evernote Addin
sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Fri Jan 15 14:10:06 PST 2010
On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 1:51 PM, Doug Johnston <doug.johnston at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Sandy,
> I updated the README, and I'll look over the XSLT in snowy. I agree
> that some standard test notes and conversion cases would be a big
> help. I might try to refactor the htmlAddin and create an Interface
> that anyone wanting to do a tomboy to X conversion can derive from and
> implement, which might ease the pain for all the other sync services
> people have wanted to see Addins for.
Yeah, I'd like to see the concept of conversion to other formats be
integrated right into Tomboy, so that we can have similar UI for
exporting to HTML/PDF/whatever, or importing things, and also
consistent APIs developers can use for things like sync.
> One other question I forgot about: Right now I'm storing the user's
> Evernote password as a simple base64 encode of the original password
> in the tomboy settings. Under Gnome, it's easy enough to integrate
> with the gnome key ring, but what about the mac/win platforms? OSX has
> a similar Apple Keychain, but I haven't found a way to access this
> through Mono. Windows I dont believe even has a platform wide password
> system (Although I haven't looked at Win7 or Vista). Is there any
> simple solution to this problem I'm overlooking? I'd like to just
> store a password hash, but Evernote requires authorization against the
> original password, so that's not an option.
Yeah, I have no idea about this. Maybe some folks on the mono-osx
list would have ideas regarding keychain integration.
I'd accept a patch adding an abstraction layer that worked for gnome
keyring, apple keychain, and whatever works on Windows.
> I'll post once more to the list once I consider things "good enough to
> be used by normal people".
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