I'm very curious as to how the tags were done, are being done, will be done. Because when I select a tag and go to the found node, I can't figure out where that tag is supposed to be. ;-)
I assume a node can have more than one tag. What is the planned interface for this? A select box where one can use the ctrl-click interface to add additional seen-before tags, and a label box for typing arbitrary (new) tags?
Also, will there be a publically viewable "Keywords: a, b, c" that everyone will (eventually) be able to see for a given node?
I'm not trying to change the design, just trying to find out what it was/is :-) If these questions change the design, that was by accident not by, um, er, design. :-)
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