I’ve stumbled upon an interesting article about Piggydb with the title above:
How to install PiggyDB on a Raspberry PI
The description of Piggydb in the article is concise and to the point.
If you don’t know PiggyDB yet, go have a look. To make it short, it’s your personal wikipedia. You can tag fragments (= an article), upload pictures or files, use its search engine to find what you stored in here. The smaller your fragments are, the better I think. Main features I forgot to speak about : Zero setup and it’s web application (Nothing to install anywhere else!).
Dmitri Popov, a technical writer covering Linux and open source software, wrote an extensive article on Piggydb for Linux Magazine. It covers various topics: what Piggydb is all about, detailed instructions on how to set up and use it, etc.
To be honest, I think it is the best article on Piggydb I’ve ever read. So if you are looking for a definitive guide to enter the Piggydb world, it is definitely worth checking out.