Hi Jaap, thanks a lot for the kind answer! Don't get me wrong: With all these little this-and-that's, Zim is simply awsome. Let alone the verbatim storage in text files and the serverless setup. In fact these both are the reason why I have chosen to use Zim strategically for each and every note I take, image set I want to comment and archive, even to keep my personal document file: There is no lock-in to some strange data format which tomorrow can cease to exist. I even restrain from upgrading my corporate MacBook to Sierra because I heard there are issues with Zim.
Regarding the testing: Now that zim is maintained in GitHub, I would happliy vounteer to do a manual test with my personal workflow before new releases. You even could employ a dev branch that can be merged to produce a release to support close test cycles. I admit that my workflow is a bit biased towards image archiving (off the Notebook's folder to allow SCM for that one) and automatic generation, manipulation and tree movement of pages from scraped web content – but maybe this will complement other tester's workflows. (And, regarding the background spawning, I had to learn that I now at least see quite error messages and would be able to report them. Do you plan to switch to GitHub issues for error messages? – Would be fantastic because they work like a charm.) Again: Thanks for caring! Sara 2017-05-01 8:52 GMT+02:00 Jaap Karssenberg <jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com>: > > Hi Sara, > > >
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