TiddlyWeb has been in a working alpha form for a few months now. Getting the basic architecture in place was pretty straightforward, but ironing out the details has been the slow part. It’s always this way. The code is available in the TiddlyWiki subversion repository and may be checked out and run. At this stage of the game it requires some degree of proficiency with the command line, and preferably some experience installing Python modules. Development is being tracked in Trac and is ticking along. The major things left to do before we can call the alpha something more than alpha (maybe a beta, maybe more?) include:
- Clarifying and simplifying the installation process.
- Developing user interfaces for managing Bags, Recipes and Filters (these are the tools that describe the dynamic TiddlyWikis).
- Fixing or creating necessary TiddlyWeb related plugins (for example, login handling).
- Fixing some holes in the security model.
- Providing a more effective administrative interface for the system.
- Others that I can’t remember now.