I am very much interested in seeing how Mifflin could be used to
augment our online collaborative discussions, and would very
much like to see it go open source.
Eugene Eric Kim wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Sep 2001, Simon Buckingham Shum wrote:
> > this looks extremely interesting work
> Thanks for the feedback, Simon.
> > A Java descendant and augmentation of QuestMap exists, closely
> > its interface and designed to handle its exports, codenamed Mifflin
> > described in some of the Compendium papers*. This is currently owned
> > Verizon, but open source release is being considered. If you are
> > interested in it please mail me with subject line Mifflin, and I'll
> > you posted if it's released. An indication of the demand for it
> > help a decision!
> > * http://www.CompendiumInstitute.org/library/library.htm
> I'll do so, and I hope others will do the same!
> I found the Compendium web site after taking Jeff's workshop, and am
> to hear that there's a chance that Mifflin may become open source.
> still in the process of scouring the papers there (including several
> coauthored), trying to absorb what you guys have already figured out.
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