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Good idea. If there were some way to store that data in a more permanent form, that would have been awesome. Either way, a small nit.

> Peerdium would not have been possible with WebTorrent, QuillJs and Vue.js

I think you meant "Peerdium would not have been possible WITHOUT WebTorrent, QuillJs and Vue.js"




Yup. I thought I fixed that typo. I can't fix it now as the identifier of the post would change :)


Interestingly, I suppose the Peerdium model means it can't be updated now? A new, corrected page could be published, but it would have a different identifier and would have to be re-seeded.


Yes. That is correct :)


Also you can store the files in local storage by hearting the article.




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