Twilver page on Brandontools.com
I put up the start of a description page on BrandonTools.com for Twilver. I started with a list of what’s currently implement, what I plan to implement soon, and future feature ideas.
At this point , having it locked to the 3.0 developer preview of Silverlight actually seems to work as an automatic filter to keep the initial testing group nice and small :) Perhaps in the next few days as I get more functionality enabled in it, I will set up a forum on BrandonTools.com and try to recruit a few more testers to try it out and report bugs + suggestions.
If you want to keep up to date on its progress, just watch this space, or follow me on Twitter!