SiYuan Lifetime Subscription is now on sale, seats are limited

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Hey, warrior, do you want to board the "SiYuan Lifetime Subscription" expedition ship to conquer the ocean of knowledge? There are 511 people with you, set sail!

https://liuyun.io/subscribe/siyuan

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    88250 admin pined this article at 2023-07-09 21:11:38

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    • 88250
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      Hello, we are using https://www.qiniu.com/ to host cloud data at present, all data is end-to-end encrypted, don't worry about leaking your data privacy, thanks.

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    • sagar 1
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      For those wondering how this works: You will get an email with a link to a PayPal invoice. After clicking that link, you can make the payment even if you do not have a PayPal account. It is possible to pay using a regular credit card (or Apple pay, if you open the link on an apple device).

    • Nhan

      Could you specify a bit more on the sync limit? Such as the size of the note, the size of each file, etc. I suggest modeling the information after what Obsidian listed here. For example in Obsidian, you can sync max 5 vaults, each vault size limit is 10 GB, and the maximum size for 1 file is 100 MB.

      I see here https://b3log.org/siyuan/pricing.html that "Cloud storage size" is 8 GB. Is that applicable for 1 notebook? Would love to have some clarification on this.

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      Nhan updated this reply at 2023-06-22 23:50:23
      Nhan updated this reply at 2023-06-22 23:50:07
    • vibl

      Probably many Logseq/Obsidian/Roam/Dynalist/Workflowy users would buy the lifetime subscription if they could migrate to Siyuan (it has many advantages over each of them).

      A simple plugin that converts [[My doc title]] to a ref link to the corresponding doc (if the doc exists) would probably be enough, in addition to the existing markdown import feature.

      Converting links to blocks would be even better (in Logseq, blocks have their hash id directly in the markdown file if internal links point to them. This could be used to do the same conversion for blocks as described above for pages).

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