One bad thing about Instiki, which I chose to do my stuff organisation, is that I can't move my stuff as easily. Instiki runs just fine on stock Linux, but I can't just carry the stuff over and fire it up in OS X (10.3, that is, which happens to have Ruby 1.6 and Instiki wants 1.8). Why portability matters? Well, there's this certain need to stay behind a 56k modem.

And funnily enough, Instiki's storage is in an incomprehensible format. Too bad wikiware authors have not yet agreed on a common interchange format for wiki data that could store the document history, so changing wikiware would be much easier. I could, for example, run instiki in Linux and SnipSnap in OS X.

Well, at least Instiki exports current version of the wiki to HTML...