New information architecture for patterns on the web. We'll video chat about this and more starting in 15 minutes. zoom
- Ryan demoed Electron changes he's made to onboard new users experience with helper UI buttons.
Ryan's UX technique appears alike interstitials. Ad-tech have mastery in this method. Google uses interstitials on their main sites to tech users as they navigate core productivity apps. Unlike ad-tech interstitials, UX interstitials can be removed after users have demonstrated wiki familiarity by using wiki. Google automates UX with recommender driven interstitials part of the HCI group from Marissa Mayer's era. page
- Ward demoed authoring an online book including images all in json data, that is automated into a PDF or electronic book: A Pattern Language for Growing Regions with Michael Mehaffy.
- David demoed his work on rosters, transporters to enable communities to build sites linked together by sites. David is using graphviz
David added observations of writing behavior. Writers, tend to just write, they don't tend to fork (as software developers on github do). Wiki provides social communities in federations...
- Eric demoed continuing automation of new Wiki using Glitch. The goal to host wiki's free at glitch with a user friendly server setup (the install details all hidden behind the scenes).
Plugin Development in Glitch
Eric is accomplishing the automation by dogfooding plugins [please see advocacy for frozen realms SES ]
From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (10:09 AM) I can't find the article on Air Force field training 3 weeks in the desert Can I suggest the following: A one click backup and executable to make a copy of the current wiki if you have admin rights to it. From duke to Everyone: (10:10 AM) anyone else w audio probs? From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (10:10 AM) that is the goal My computer audio is fine maybe try dialing in? From Eric Dobbs to Everyone: (10:11 AM) Duke, audio seems fine here. From ChrisGebhardt to Everyone: (10:12 AM) Fine here too.. tiny bit of feedback here and there as.. From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (10:12 AM) that is really something to document From ChrisGebhardt to Everyone: (10:12 AM) (as usual) From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (10:12 AM) creating pages by search is central to the wiki process From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (10:12 AM) I don't recommend programming around it. It is a training issue. A really stupid question how do you put the url of the clipboard on chrome? ctrl+d, ctrl+a, ctrl+c? that is alt+d From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (10:19 AM) Does any one here read Tufte? https://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/ From David Bovill to Everyone: (10:24 AM) I got a quick demo here of this weeks work… From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (10:27 AM) cool, looking forward to it! specifically for Carol Highsmith her images are hosted by the Library of Congress I don't want to import them from the Library of Congress to display them. From Paul to Everyone: (10:29 AM) thinking of Tufte, there is a group that’s replicated the book layout in css - https://edwardtufte.github.io/tufte-css/ From Ryan Bennett to Everyone: (10:39 AM) http://equilibrated.wiki From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (10:44 AM) https://sterbalssundrystudies.miraheze.org/wiki/Bookmarks_0-Z#E From Eric Dobbs to Everyone: (11:06 AM) getting a terrible echo now. From Ryan Bennett to Everyone: (11:07 AM) dittto From ward to Everyone: (11:15 AM) http://ward.asia.wiki.org/search-index-downloads.html From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (11:15 AM) cryptography over the internet is problematic From Me to Everyone: (11:16 AM) notes http://clive.tries.fed.wiki/view/wiki-devuser-video-chat-feb-27 From Robert Sterbal to Everyone: (11:24 AM) The best run independent forum on the web: https://www.bogleheads.org/index.php From Paul to Everyone: (11:33 AM) npm i $(npm pack ../../../wiki-client/ | tail -1) From Me to Everyone: (11:36 AM) @eric https://medium.com/metamask/an-open-letter-to-the-chromium-team-about-their-proposed-changes-to-the-webextension-standard-8117f2acf32