boxnotes2html

Convert Box's proprietary Box Notes to HTML, Markdown, or plain text
git clone git://git.alexwennerberg.com/boxnotes2html
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commit a9c957a299dc25ccc062eb3fc105933317b07057
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Author: alex wennerberg <alex@alexwennerberg.com>
Date:   Thu, 13 Jan 2022 09:23:19 -0800

coffee --> patreon

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -8,11 +8,21 @@ boxnotes2html is a tool to convert Box Notes to html, markdown or plain text ![after](img/after.png) -If you or your institution got value out of this script, please consider making a [donation](https://www.buymeacoffee.com/alexwennerberg)! I created and maintain this script for free in my free time. +If you or your institution got value out of this script, please consider making +a [donation](https://www.patreon.com/alexwennerberg)! I created and +maintain this script for free in my free time. ## Rationale -Box Notes are a proprietary, undocumented format, which makes them difficult to export or move to another service. According to this [support ticket](https://community.box.com/t5/Desktop-and-Mobile-Forum/Exporting-Box-Notes/td-p/14834) the official way in which they meet GDPR compliance is through allowing users to print the notes page as a PDF when it's open in a web browser. Another option is to Copy/paste the document into LibreOffice, Google Docs, Microsoft Word or some other text-editing program. Neither of these are very attractive options when exporting a large number of Box Notes, say, for archival/backup purposes or in the process of migrating to another platform. +Box Notes are a proprietary, undocumented format, which makes them difficult to +export or move to another service. According to this [support +ticket](https://community.box.com/t5/Desktop-and-Mobile-Forum/Exporting-Box-Notes/td-p/14834) +the official way in which they meet GDPR compliance is through allowing users +to print the notes page as a PDF when it's open in a web browser. Another +option is to Copy/paste the document into LibreOffice, Google Docs, Microsoft +Word or some other text-editing program. Neither of these are very attractive +options when exporting a large number of Box Notes, say, for archival/backup +purposes or in the process of migrating to another platform. ## Installation