The Decision Sieve

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        <h3>So why did you write this as a website instead of a real application?</h3>

        <p>I needed a fast solution, and my first attempt at writing the Decision Sieve in Delphi took longer than expected. This is an emergency solution until I find the inner calmness required to do it <em>right</em>.</p>

        <h3>Do you spy me?</h3>

        <p>Of course not. The sieving logic is exclusively being performed on your machine, no data is transferred back. If you don't trust me, feel free to run the Decision Sieve locally on a web-capable computer without internet access - it is <a href="https://bitbucket.org/tux_/decision-sieve" target="_blank">Free Software</a>. Yay!</p>


        <h3>How do I use it?</h3>

        <ul><li><u><b>Priority Sieve:</b></u>
            <ol><li>Enter a list of things in your list.</li>
              <li>Optionally, mark a couple of things as "less important" or "more important" using the slider on the right side.</li>
              <li>Enter the maximum number of things that should be left after sieving.</li>







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        <h3>So why did you write this as a website instead of a real application?</h3>

        <p>I needed a fast solution, and my first attempt at writing the Decision Sieve in Delphi took longer than expected. This is an emergency solution until I find the inner calmness required to do it <em>right</em>.</p>

        <h3>Do you spy me?</h3>

        <p>Of course not. The sieving logic is exclusively being performed on your machine, no data is transferred back. If you don't trust me, feel free to run the Decision Sieve locally on a web-capable computer without internet access - it is <a href="https://code.rosaelefanten.org/decision-sieve/home" target="_blank">Free Software</a>. Yay!<br />
        Note that you'll want to download the <em>Font Awesome</em> JavaScript file and change the references first if you <em>actually</em> intend to cut internet access for it.</p>

        <h3>How do I use it?</h3>

        <ul><li><u><b>Priority Sieve:</b></u>
            <ol><li>Enter a list of things in your list.</li>
              <li>Optionally, mark a couple of things as "less important" or "more important" using the slider on the right side.</li>
              <li>Enter the maximum number of things that should be left after sieving.</li>