Ward (@Ward Cunningham) Strategies for personal or private wiki sites that still link to the federation. We'll video chat about this and more in 15 minutes. https://zoom.us/j/818108478
# Discussed today
+ Ideas on site setup FedWiki vs Wiki? + Publishing wiki content w/o a server (have someone else publish or use Firebase). + Paul would need to write a Firebase site adapter. + Dat is another serverless solution. + XKCD don't fix git repos or printers + Facebook getting caught again by Damian Collins Parliamentary investigation and decentralisation pendulum.
From Me to Everyone: (10:14 AM) Google search ranking for https for safety. (GitHub and SFW webpages https) From Me to Everyone: (10:30 AM) Enjoying today’s discussion, I plan to setup my own site. https://fedwiki.cliveboulton.com From duke to Everyone: (10:32 AM) +1 glossary we’re defining words? From Me to Everyone: (10:39 AM) Finding Google News latest machine learning driven sport news awful. Does not follow my teams, nor latest news. From Me to Everyone: (10:49 AM) Any way to deploy FedWiki on Firebase? From duke to Everyone: (10:50 AM) i’ve used firebase it’s nice From Me to Everyone: (10:53 AM) I push my website sites to git, and use travis to deploy to firebase (autogenerates https cert). From Me to Everyone: (10:58 AM) I need to look for that XKCD on fixing git. From duke to Everyone: (10:59 AM) http://th.ai/git https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/git.png From Me to Everyone: (11:04 AM) Ty From daviding to Everyone: (11:04 AM) I think that the person working with Christopher Alexander is Greg Bryant. From duke to Everyone: (11:04 AM) “stream” use posts/story links to define wiki words https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greg_Bryant_(computer_scientist) From Eric Dobbs to Everyone: (11:26 AM) Clive, firebase looks promising: https://firebase.google.com/docs/web/setup