Phoebe rightly suggests below that it could be a good model to build on for community
'to-do' lists and related collaboration tools.
Anyone know more about it -- how it came about, who created it?
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From: "Phoebe Ayers (Twitter)"
Subject: Phoebe Ayers (@brassratgirl) mentioned you on Twitter!
Date: November 21, 2013 8:22:43 AM PST
To: Fabrice Florin
You were mentioned in a Tweet!
attn @StevenWalling, @metasj, et al: have you seen this? Just a table, but pretty neat.
- 19 Nov
@metasj @fabriceflorin it would be cool if it was an extension, though, that every wiki
could fill in their own local parameters for.- 21 Nov
@metasj @fabriceflorin It could be the "to-do" extension :)
04:22 PM - 21 Nov 13
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