And it works quite well, too.. I used it for years while running Linux. Though I think LibreOffice has replaced it?The official home page of the Apache OpenOffice open source project, home of OpenOffice Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw and Base.www.openoffice.org
The freeware Open Office has a database package that might work for you.
MongoDB or FileAPI plus any PWA?
Sorry for the loss of your dear wife and the diagnosis that you received. With such heavy burdens to bear, little things in comparison can feel oppressively heavy. I have personal and business data going back to the late 70's and I know how challenging it is to be able to continue to access data as technology changes.FILEMAKER LEFT ME HIGH AND DRY. Now I need a simple Database to use temporarily until I can explore and decide which Database to go with. I would never ever use Filemaker again. Any ideas anybody? Thanks
I believe the old openoffice.org fizzled and they gave OpenOffice to Apache who still maintains it. From their blog it looks like they released an update last September.
I‘d guess something like EverNote might do the job. Most people who think the need “a database” just need a way of organizing notes and/or files.