The Tiddlycosm does have unfinished artifacts, this is undisputable.
But generally most plugins are more than adequately finished. I
personally am astonished at the quality of the products created --
freely shared and without charge too!
When there are experimental features dependent on new technological
standards its understandable that a developer doesn't want to resource
features that she doesn't need. I think the Presi plugin depends on
some new CSS.
The word Tiddly means small to my mind, in the USA it might have other
meanings. TiddlyWiki is unusual perhaps in that it is a project
bustin' right out of England and seems to have a more Euro vibe about
it than a US one. Tiddly is quirky and charming, non corporate. You
will grow to love it <-- I am sure of this.
> And the image being conveyed to the outer world by the very word "tiddly"
> has become something which all wonderful people inside the tiddlycosm might
> be not aware of., but would be worth being addressed.
On 11 June 2012 13:24, Jero <jeromo...@gmail.com> wrote: