@write_as Can you please hurry up the release of the open source write.org? I want to know how it is implemented and if I could use it to my personal notes like

· whalebird · 0 · 0 · 1

@somenxavier Unfortunately it's going to be several months before we start on the release -- it's a major project with a lot of code to clean up that's going to take us away from other current priorities.

What parts are you interested in in particular? Maybe I could shed some light on how we do things or release parts of our code sooner.

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