I've looked around quite a bit for a solution to this but haven't come up with one yet. If anyone has an idea regarding how to accomplish this then I'm all ears. Otherwise, it's feature suggestion time!
I take notes for a number of different meetings. For the sake of this description, let's say these are Meeting X and Meeting Y. These meetings have different people attending them (let's call them Users X and Users Y), and I wish to share the notes for each of the meetings with each of those who attend the meetings. I don't want Users X to see the notes from Meeting Y, and vice-versa.
Dropbox sharing is great as far as getting the files to other people. Not only does it cover the sharing angle, it covers the authentication and authorization, too.
However, Trunk Notes' dropbox integration (as far as I can tell) won't let me take full advantage of dropbox authorization. Here's what I mean: I can specify Folder X to be shared with Users X within dropbox. However, I have not been able to find a way to have Trunk Notes write to various folders.
Page namespacing would work, but so far I haven't been able to figure out how to get Trunk Notes to do that. For example, I would like to write to <configured dropbox folder>/MeetingX/20110411Notes and then share the MeetingX folder with Users X. The only drawback here is that links could potentially be broken if they reference other pages outside of MeetingX, but I can live with that, and in fact might be a great solution so that I can continue to have a "master index" page that points to all the notes for myself (and others who are allowed to see all notes).
Another solution would be the possibility of configuring multiple base directories in the settings and then have a mechanism to switch between them. This would give each meeting (or whatever the logical separation is) it's own self-contained, separate wiki.
Is there a way I can accomplish what I'm trying to accomplish with the current version?