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Is there a lightweight bookmarking app I could run on my server, that you could recommend?

Nice features would be importing browser bookmarks, marking bookmarks private/public, simple api for adding new bookmarks and openid authentication.

EDIT: I've went with scuttle: it's basically drop-in replacement for delicious.

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I've also found Scuttle. I'll evaluate listed apps these days and share impressions.

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+1 for scuttle, Its a great application similar to delicious – Aaron Jul 8 '10 at 18:58

I have used SiteBar they offer it as a service but the software is open source.

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SemanticScuttle is a fork of Scuttle, has more features and is actively developed. I use it at home and at work, and we integrated it with our Active Directory/LDAP for authentication.

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+1 Cool - I've used Scuttle before, but didn't know about this fork. Thanks! – BrianH Apr 27 '11 at 12:54

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