There are two types of TiddlyWiki: "Classic" and TW5 or TiddlyWiki version 5.
Use it to keep your to-do list, to plan an essay or novel, or to organise your wedding. Record every thought that crosses your brain, or build a flexible and responsive website.
Unlike conventional online services, TiddlyWiki lets you choose where to keep your data, guaranteeing that in the decades to come you will still be able to use the notes you take today. —TiddlyWiki website
- Jeremy Ruston uses TiddlyWiki for his personal website. (self-dogfooding)
- The TiddlyWiki website is built on TiddlyWiki 5
- sphygm.us has a personal website at https://sphygm.us/ with incoming Webmention support using Webmention.io
- Brandon Hall uses a custom workflow (detailed here on YouTube) to turn his local TiddlyWiki install into a static site website.
- Note: He uses a clever template for providing an RSS feed, but this could also be used to present an h-feed as well.
- Chris Aldrich started with a private locally hosted TiddlyWiki to explore how to host it on a publicly available server as an open version of a commonplace book. Starting on 2020-04-02 he has a subdomain of his primary site at http://tw.boffosocko.com that uses GitHub Pages for hosting. He's detailed the process at Self-hosting TiddlyWiki with GitHub Pages.
- There are hosted versions of classic TiddlyWiki (and other flavors) available at TiddlySpot. One can also use this silo to host TiddlyWiki version 5 as well using instructions at http://tiddlywiki5.tiddlyspot.com/
- XEMEMEX hosts a variety of TiddlyWikis
The service has a variety of plugins including:
- TiddlyMap - a mind-map plugin that shows visualizations for Tiddlers.
- Microformats v2 classes including an h-card
- IndieAuth ??
- Micropub ??