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In Firefox I have on the order of 10^3 bookmarks. I need a tool which provides the following features:

  • Grouping (tagging / categorization - either is acceptable)
  • Browser (prefer Firefox) integration (can use standard tools to cross browsers/systems)
  • No vendor lock-in (can export my data in standard formats)

These all come standard, though grouping is buggy, in Firefox. I would like:

  • Automatic offline archival of website content (ie, text of blog post)
  • Social shareability is a plus
  • FOSS is a plus, as is free-as-in-beer
  • personal kb integration is nice

Have considered:

  • Fx bookmarks (buggy, most likes short)
  • Write myself (effort duplication?, buggy, incomplete, more interesting problems)
    • social bookmarks backend (ie, digg, delicious, etc)
  • Tiddywiki (+is current kb, -not integrate with web browser)

Of those three, the second is the only one that effectively meets my core requirements, while still possibly meeting some of the wants. However, a theoretical panacea is valued far below a practical cure.

What applications/tools have I overlooked that best meet these challenges? I am not adverse to a little cash, or a little scripting, to make it work.

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closed as off topic by Dmitry Selitskiy Aug 4 '11 at 7:05

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Software/app question, off topic here. Try WebApps site for example. – Dmitry Selitskiy Aug 4 '11 at 7:06
Migrated question to, though the question seems to fit there much worse, in the hope that the community is receptive to a question that is not asking for a webapp, Their FAQ explicitly mentions "Browsers and their features" and "Desktop software" as disallowed. This site explicitly lists in the FAQ (linked to by closing this question) that this site is for "people wanting to improve their personal productivity" and should be "practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face". – Iiridayn Aug 10 '11 at 5:10