I can think of many:

   - Agenda Edition 
   - Task/Project Manager Edition
   - Developer Edition
   - Diary Edition (expanding on the journal functionality)
   - Musician Edition: songbook, annotated recordings, etc. - there are 
   already some plugins supporting abc notation
   - Lecturer Edition: with some tweaking (fixed tiddler dimensions,...) 
   tiddlywiki could be used to create awesome presentations.
   - Accounting Edition: Advanced filtering/automatisation can make it an 
   amazing tool to keep track of personal finance and/or the accounting of a 
   - Course Edition: Create digital textbooks interlinking information, 
   examples, multimedia, exercises in a seamless way
   - ...

Le mercredi 11 avril 2018 13:09:02 UTC+2, JD a écrit :
> I like this idea too. I am currently experimenting with Tony's ideas for 
> an outliner, which I think would belong to a writer's edition of TW. 
> Right now, the official editions are: 
>    - Empty Edition <https://tiddlywiki.com/#Empty%20Edition>
>    - Blog Edition <https://tiddlywiki.com/#Blog%20Edition>
>    - Full Edition <https://tiddlywiki.com/#Full%20Edition>
>    - Plugin Editions <https://tiddlywiki.com/#Plugin%20Editions>
>    - Résumé Builder Edition 
>    <https://tiddlywiki.com/#R%C3%A9sum%C3%A9%20Builder%20Edition>
>    - Text-Slicer Edition <https://tiddlywiki.com/#Text-Slicer%20Edition>
>    - XLSX Utilities Edition 
>    <https://tiddlywiki.com/#XLSX%20Utilities%20Edition>
> What could we add to this, besides the above suggested editions for 
> Students, Writers, and Recipe collectors?
> On Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 7:26:46 PM UTC+9, Luca Dorigo wrote:
>> I like this. It seems better than having "spinoffs" like cardo.wiki that 
>> are hard(er) to integrate with your own wiki.
>> Le mercredi 11 avril 2018 11:26:48 UTC+2, BurningTreeC a écrit :
>>> Hi Mat ,
>>> I was thinking that we (the community) could make collections/packages 
>>> (like editions) for different use-cases
>>> those packages would be sets of plugins and themes and tools
>>> for example: 
>>> student-collection: 
>>>    - note-taking plugins and tools (like anwiki - anki (heavily used by 
>>>    students) replacement in tiddlywiki, work in progress)
>>>    - tools to include pdf files and images (text-slicer plugin included)
>>>    - a simple launcher for wikies (maybe the multiuser 
>>>    single-executable)
>>>    - evernote migration plugin
>>>    - other community tools and plugins for the use-case listed within 
>>>    the bundle
>>>    - simple instructions how to use it
>>> Am Mittwoch, 11. April 2018 07:16:37 UTC+2 schrieb Mat:
>>>> From a marketing point, TW suffers from being too general. It kind of 
>>>> solves everything but this means someone looking for, say, recipe data 
>>>> base 
>>>> tool will choose "The Recipe Data Base Tool" rather than "TiddlyWiki". And 
>>>> someone looking for the Keto 
>>>> <https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/tiddlywiki/fGy-NPGpX6s> diet 
>>>> will turn to... you get it. And so on for every subject/issue/need.
>>>> So, what would it take for TW to have "multiple entrances"? One 
>>>> "entrance" that really is for 'recipe people'. Another that really 
>>>> attracts 
>>>> those feeling ketosis. Etc.
>>>> I have some thoughts (not necessarily great or practical ones) but 
>>>> before I let them steer your associations, I'd love to hear your thoughts.
>>>> How can we actually make this be real? (as opposed to hypothetically if 
>>>> we had a marketing budget etc)
>>>> <:-)

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