I hadn’t heard of Buku before, thanks! I’ll definitely check it out as I improve lard’s interface.
To answer your question, Lard works for Larder, which is what I needed. So it brings along Larder’s integrations with GitHub and Stack Overflow and the mobile app, website, and browser extensions. Also, the Larder team has been very open about how data is stored (what is plain text, what is encrypted, why, etc) and privacy in general, so I trust them to manage that.
Sure they solve similar problems, like many tools in the software world. But this one solves my problem, which is that I needed a command line interface for Larder.
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