A fork from Ward: Fedwiki as Memex-Journal. Ward is thinking about a memex-style journal, perhaps called Steno, that would have the advantage of being able to collect bits and bobs that we already post to social media spaces, connect them, and reflect on them. Because content is linked, and the individual wiki is federated in a larger neighborhood, it becomes a networked notebook.
OpenEd Draft 2015: As a participant in the Teaching Machines Happening, and a long-time user of traditional wikis, it struck me that there was much that is new.
Try moving material from trunk to this wiki to see how to do it and how it works. Document it Moving from Trunk, supercharged notebook.
OpenEd Proposal 2015: Patterns of Writing in a Fed Wiki Class. Not accepted.
Experiment with Pinboard - return to experiment more
Draft - Ease of Use and Difficult to Learn to submit to GPACW 2015. The process is to draft in this node, refine, then drag paras into a final node for final editing, leaving this node with scrap of what hasn't been used. Not sure how to distribute - likely by posting to blog but also keeping the original document alive on this journal.
Also, June work going on with Composing in FedWiki
Thinking about Annotations as sparked by Mike C's page.
Embed, Link To, Copy, Fork. Considering ways of working from an existing text.
Posted a blog post about linking in response to Mike C's consideration of liking as annotation: how we might link . Fundamental to re-usability and circulation seems to be keeping links separate from the text flow in some way. By layout, or, in FedWiki, by letting everyone own a copy. Mike C notes that as an article circulates, it accrues links as annotations - links to commentary, additional perspectives, etc - all stuff that the author/s don't own. New stuff.
What is scholarly work?
Still working with on Draft - Ease of Use and Difficult to Learn. There are a few new notes related to this over at my sfw.
14 Aug 2015 Some constraints of fedwiki that direct its use. Not a publishing platform.
Write the Docs Video of Ward speaking to tech writers with my notes and summary transcript.
Proposal of Ease of Use and Difficult to Learn for GPACW 2015. Accepted in Sep for presentation in Oct.
Writing in the presence of rampant forking calls into question what it means to write and how to do it well.
We recognize patterns in our work and patterns in the work of others we aspire to employ. We'll start with a list but expect this to grow into a system called a pattern language.
Publics instead of communities. Inside and between publics, we can think about rhetorical recirculation.
Rhetorical Velocity, from Sheridan, Ridolfo, and Michel
Forked Conduit Metaphor and revised it to reflect why it's been set aside.
An experienced user is limited by the number of things you require them to consider, but not the originality of those thing. Therefore, make and experience simple things before you offer other options.
The Activity plugin lists pages found in sitemaps retrieved from federated wiki sites mentioned on pages you have visited. These sites comprise your search neighborhood.
**Migrating OpenID aka auth0**. When Persona shutdown last fall, I moved, with Ward and Paul's help, to auth0 via GitHub. Works a charm. Rather than try to run the same updates and fix on swf.mcmorgan.org, I've decided to move the useful stuff into journal.mcmorgan.org, and let it go fallow or even shut it off. I'm considering how to move the nodes I considered saving as json, downloading, and importing. But I decided that crawling the old site and forking the keepers is better. Curation.
Another option is to start new fedwiki - and assuming the auth0 validation works on new sites.