@c thanks for this write up. I’ve been interested in setting up a wiki on TW for awhile, but felt like there were too many barriers for me. I didn’t look at the using GitHub to Save page you linked to yet, but am I reading this right, that if you have the token, you can edit and save from any browser?
@kordumb I just double checked it. You'll need to add the token in each browser in which you use your TW (otherwise it would be a security issue and anyone could modify your wiki on your behalf). The token is saved in the browser for future edits.
@stefp I haven't seen any public/online versions that allow anyone to save edits to your server (node might give you an option to if you wanted, but I haven't delved into it yet). All the public versions require some sort of account/authentication set up to actually save the TW. On the other hand, it's generally very easy for people to download your entire Wiki and save a copy, or to drag/drop Tiddlers from yours to theirs. In most cases, if they do make changes and attempt to save it, the browser will simply force a download of the entire wiki to their local computer without any changes to your hosted version.