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Open-Source Timeline Library


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fractalfederation

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I found a really cool open-source timeline library you may want to put on this site.

 

You can see an example at my site: 

http://www.fractalfe...ration/timeline

 

Here is the link to the timeline library:

https://github.com/N...Lab/TimelineJS3



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"Found"? That is your website, is it not?


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"Found"? That is your website, is it not?

The first link is. The code for the timeline can be found at the second link (I did not write the code). It's open-source, meaning the code is available free of charge and you can use it for anything, legally.



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I've always wanted timeline software for my own worldbuilding, thank you so much for sharing.

 

I'm going over your stories, and I just wanted to ask how did you get the name Mugen for your planet? 


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I've always wanted timeline software for my own worldbuilding, thank you so much for sharing.

 

I'm going over your stories, and I just wanted to ask how did you get the name Mugen for your planet? 

 

It's a Japanese word that means infinite or along those lines. I figured once colonization started we would stop using those astronomy names, like 58 Eridani. 


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Random thought I had today. 

 

What if you made it so any user could make a timeline. They could use other people's timeline events, create new ones with sources and arrange them. Every time someone made a timeline, its like another vote, then the most common timeline composite shows up at the top of the list. :rabbi:






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