Ok, I know I am not exactly one to talk, but.....
I just went on a quick look at the library web page:
There is an option to see flows as well as nodes.
Sure: Share your stuff. No problem.
But I see some weird things:
A flow called
a. That's it.
I open the tab and the flow is there.
No description that I can see.
(I checked three times.)
(Make that 4)
about at the top is more
about the library than about the flow.
I know I'm no rogue scholar, but I would think that when people upload a flow, somewhere there would be a description.
Ok, that was only uploaded 6 hours ago and I can't really complain that things get through the cracks.
But there is another one 6 days old. It is called
Opening it, it has:
But again: not much in telling you what it is/done.
Yeah, there is the github link.
I'm only mentioning.
Why isn't there a "What this flow does" included when they are uploaded so people can see what they do at the library level, rather than having to go to github?