I may be sort of out of context as I read this group seldom these days, but
here is what I'd like to ask/mention:
1. What do you think about TiddlyWiki.org? How valuable it is for you (I
mean, I don't know, how many users of TiddlyWiki Classic like is out
there)? Can it be stored somewhere so that it can be edited collectively
like today? Or, more precisely, is anyone, among those reading this, ready
to do smth about it (I guess, create hosting with TiddlyWeb platform, copy
contents of the current wiki there and allow users to register and edit?)
Actually, the same question for customize.tiddlyspace.com ...
2. EOL of TiddlySpace doesn't mean that tiddlyweb.com is going anywhere,
3. Ok, this idea may be eclectic, but if we're talking about social aspect
of using tiddlers, may be it would be useful to join another *social*
engine and try to implement some extension for tiddlers in such a project.
By saying this, I mostly mean Diaspora  which is open source
decentralized social network (you may be have heard of already) and even if
extending its main branch doesn't get approved by the core team, one can
fork it and extend in any manner he or she likes to. At some early point of
Diaspora development, there was even some buzz about Diaspora plugins, but
unfortunately I can't find anything.
I fully understand that implementation of this idea is very likely to be
very time-consuming, but, well, I'd like to share it anyway..
Post by email@example.com Post by Tobias Beer
Would you say it makes sense to...
I think what makes sense depends a great deal on who is doing it.
Unfortunately we never really achieved frictionless tiddlyweb.
Post by Tobias Beer
- figure out a local install of TiddlyWeb / TiddlyWebWiki
- somehow replicate / migrate / import spaces there
Right now I'm inclined to simply make local backups of all spaces.
This, of course, will do away with any inclusion and produce standalone
I suspect local backups (that include all the stuff that would be
included from other spaces if hosted on tiddlyspace) is probably the
most straightforward way to continue getting individual functionality.
I'm sorry I can't give more concrete advice. I've never really become
all that savvy with TiddlyWiki.
Chris Dent http://burningchrome.com/
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