I started up brain and added 2 thoughts while it was (auto)syncing yesterday's changes of the other machine.
The first thought was created as child (by me) and was linked then in total to 3 wrong thoughts (by not me
) that were synced in to this time:
2 as a Jump
1 as child to a parent
In addition this thought was marked by a tag (that came just with the sync for other thoughts)
The second thought I entered as a jump was implemented twice.
For Moe to look at: "Magie im Hörsaal" is the first thought.
I have to say that the machine was at its limits of RAM to this time and extremely slow. Maybe there is a very short moment where a sync exposes just synced-in thoughts as "active thought". This way giving the opportunity to get them linked to something that was entered via keyboard right at this moment?
As far as I can see by comparing statistics there is not more damage to my brain than these extra links and this one tag.
... Furthermore I think TheBrain is unique
regards Hannes from Bavaria
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