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Fixing references to the github issue tracker.

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<li>Send a pull request</li>
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<p>
- We have an issue tracker on <a href="https://github.com/proem/proem/issues">Github</a>, pick a ticket and resolve it. If there
+ We have an issue tracker hosted by <a href="http://atlassion.com">Atlassian</a> at <a href="https://proemframework.atlassian.net">https://proemframework.atlassian.net</a>, pick a ticket and resolve it. If there
is something you want to work on and a ticket doesn't exist for it yet, create one.
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<p>
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These basically take the place of the <em>echo "in Event1</em> and <em>echo "out Event1</em> parts of the simple example above.
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<div class="alert alert-notice">
- The Filter Component itself is yet to be documented, however it <a href="https://github.com/proem/proem/issues/80">is planned</a>.
+ The Filter Component itself is yet to be documented, however it is planned.
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So, with all that in mind hopefully you can see that the Proem object's init() method executes the following process:
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I can also hear people screaming that "by the time I listen for all these events my bootstrap is going to be a mess!". While this might look like the case at this
point in time there are already processes in place to work around this. The <a href="https://github.com/proem/proem/tree/develop/lib/Proem/Api/Ext">Ext</a> name space
adds the ability to load <em>Plugins</em> and <em>Modules</em> that are used to group event listeners into self contained name spaces of code that you can load into
- your bootstrap (this stuff is just <a href="https://github.com/proem/proem/issues/80">yet to be documented</a>).
+ your bootstrap (this stuff is just yet to be documented.
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There is also likely to be some form of configuration layer added over the top of the Bootstrap when the current API becomes a little more stable.

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