bkmrkd - Bkmrkd is a self-hosted, lightweight bookmarking service run on node.js and rethinkdb

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bkmrkd is a self-hosted, lightweight bookmarking service running on node.js, and elm. As of version 3, all configuration is done through environment variables. For the list of environment variables, see .env.sample.

https://github.com/mike-engel/bkmrkd

Dependencies:

body-parser : ^1.18.2
bunyan : ^1.8.5
compression : ^1.7.1
cookie-parser : ^1.4.0
dotenv : ^5.0.0
ejs : ^2.3.4
elm : ^0.18.0
express : ^4.16.2
helmet : ^3.11.0
hpp : ^0.2.0
knex : ^0.13.0
le_node : ^1.6.7
pg : ^7.4.1
ramda : ^0.25.0
raven : ^2.4.1
rootpath : ^0.1.2
scripty : ^1.7.2
subarg : ^1.0.0

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