Most of the bugs you submitted are related to the way Zim visualizes
content and to the fact that you stores code into it. I don't see that
any of these bugs is so severe to limit the diffusion of Zim Wiki. In
fact, they don't even see bugs as far as I'm concerned.
The idea behind collecting use cases is to better understand what
people are using Zim for. Once we have collected a significative
sample, we might even summarise the most common use cases in a survey
and ask everybody to submit a vote. That way the devs will better
understand which are the needs and where they should head.
Just my 2 cents.
On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 20:35, Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> One more issue that I should have mentioned that needs to be addressed
> as it makes Zim seem as immature software:
> Links come back after closing Zim
> Dotan Cohen
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