Organize local files like never before! Use tags, unlimited-length file names, non-hierararchical system to manage all your files in one place*. Make notes directly within the filesystem†, and keep everything related to each other through tags. Keep all your old folders if you want, but beware you will quickly want to drop that from your workflow! With integrated knowledge subsystem and markdown preview, this can turn your ordinary folder and isolated files into a coherent ecosystem you never even knew possible before. With non-intrusive native filesystem based approach, the speed of your access is only limited by the underlying hardware.
*: It's recommended you create multiple Home folders for each specialized subject for better organization clarity, instead of actually putting all your files in one place.
†: This is achieved through deploying a dedicated SQLite database for note management and allowing adding meta information to arbitrary files.
Available for (Linux and Mac version CLI is intended in future release)
A revolution in file management. Unified concept of files, folders, notes and knowledge. Every single item you love and cherish, all together. Tags in Somewhere are first-class, meaning they are managed and significant in themselves. When you get your items managed in a Somewhere Home, tags are defined separately and independently from tagged items - you have the best of both worlds, without losing integrity. Clearly documented and text-based data formats enable easy interoperation with custom programs out-of-box. Develop your own front-ends with existing SomewhereStandard.dll .Net Library. You have control over your own data.
This app is just so awesome.
Theory-backed file management with a style.
Now available for Windows and Linux, or in source code form.