ideas-md - A float-to-the-top ideas log built with React

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A float-to-the-top ideas log built with React and Redux, among others.


codemirror : 5.19.0
react : 15.3.2
react-addons-update : 15.3.2
react-dom : 15.3.2
react-octicon : 2.0.0
react-redux : 4.4.5
redux : 3.6.0
redux-thunk : 2.1.0



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