See also: IRC log
Might be good to send an email...I should have but, well, been busy
<alanr> christine, are you on voice yet?
A description of the goals and requirements that have motivated the design of OWL�1.1.
<alanr> we can't hearyou
Relevant email from public-owl-dev:
<IanH> Agree -- didn't mean to limit to OWLED material.
<IanH> OWLED material is just an example.
I think of the primer as covering a lot of the overview material as well
<ewallace> isn't that tool Mac only
<alanr> ck bijan
<alanr> evan: could be
<alanr> exports to other formats
<ewallace> Like in the Co-ode tutorial?
I'm getting worried now
Node link *and* venn diagrams...
<ewallace> This is starting to sound like primer material?
Yeah, the referenceness of it is a bit worrying
<alanr> evan, will you copy minutes from irc log?
<ewallace> Don't know how?
<alanr> ok, I will email them to you
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