A now-defunct Flask app that was part reference manager and part web bookmarking.
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Note that site is now shut down
7 months ago
app Change terminology: 'remove' source rather than 'deauthorize' it 3 years ago
tests change how user is returned to previous page when editing or deleting an item, adjust messages and tests, change read_status in permalink tag links 3 years ago
.gitignore Resolve linter errors 3 years ago
.pre-commit-config.yaml return doc.id in add_item(), so url can be returned to client when new doc added; add source_id to doc.serialize; update link to API specification; fix test; remove versioning in README and replace with intro text 3 years ago
.travis.yml update 4 years ago
LICENSE.txt update 4 years ago
README.md Note that site is now shut down 7 months ago
pyproject.toml install and use black; fix one text and documents.serialize() 4 years ago
requirements.txt use nameparser for Goodreads authors 3 years ago
wyr.py return doc.id in add_item(), so url can be returned to client when new doc added; add source_id to doc.serialize; update link to API specification; fix test; remove versioning in README and replace with intro text 3 years ago

README.md

What You've Read

No longer in operation.

What You've Read is a service that allows users to store links to and basic metadata on articles, blog posts, books, reference items, webpages, podcasts, movies, and any other sort of content that can be read, listened to, or watched. A bookmarklet dragged to a browser toolbar makes it easy to save webpages to WYR, and WYR can import bookmarks as well as the data for documents in Mendeley and books on Goodreads, creating a space where all of these items can be viewed at once and filtered by tags, authors, and read status.