ting11, sunday 20th of March 2005, 18:00 UTC (19:00 CET)
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See also the talk-page for the ting11_talk. (same as discussion in the orange bar above)
2005-03-20 1800 GMT Sunday
- MattisManzel (ma)
- Sigi (si)
- TheCrypto / JulianKrause (tc)
- LionKimbro (lk)
- Wiki-Noding Party (making a ton of wiki-nodes in a day)
- Tings on Sundays, later hours
- WikiNoding methods
- (non-summarized stuff)
- "preselected feed of wikinodes"
- ma: # of wikinodes large, getting hard to look through
- ma: w/ categorized wiki, can find likely neighbors easier
- ma: categorization based on both ContentAndCommunity
- lk: isn't this mission of SwitchWiki?
- lk: but can imagine metadata of wiki kept on wiki themselves
- ma: better to keep on their wiki, templated and styled to their wiki
- lk: So, we need wiki metadata
- status of metadata support in wiki
- x-wiki: probably there, but x-wiki is confusing as hell
- mediawiki: there's an effort, it's been a while since we checked up on it
- MoinMoin: has some primitive support, Lion thinks he saw something about more support coming
- OddMuse: requires we convince Alex to support it. lk: "That'll be the day!"
- Tom made a Java version of MoonEdit
- link on one of older tings
- meeting times:
- LionKimbro likes this time. (Sunday 18:00)
- Thursdays: 21:00 UTC
- does live collaborative editing afford regular meetings?
- documents for keeping track of meeting
- but live element for meeting
- automatic tying RecentNearChanges feed lists to the WikiNode neighbors list - recent changes of our neighbors
- requires: machine-read list of neighbors
- requires: machine-read description of wiki including pointer to RSS feed
- mattis and Lion prefer mixed changes, like on CW,...
- ...vs a big table of changes segregated by wiki, like on Open-Wiki.
- pushing Metadata for wiki forward
- be ready to go ASAP as soon as MoinMoin incorporates
- MediaWiki effort check
- architecture for wiki metadata, SwitchWiki of the future:
- wiki maintain their own metadata
- future equivalent(s) of SwitchWiki just reads off the data, shows it to users however
- some groups might want to keep machine-read data on other wiki themselves- alternative classification schemes
- what metadata might look like
- (example, to be copy-and-pasted from conversation text)
- technically, you can do it now - ignoring content-type issues and stuff like that
- for future meeting:
- WikiNoding party
- WikiNoding style
- concentrating our message/presentation, because people are misunderstanding
- lk: I like the tings, I believe we should structure our live interactions a bit more.
- where do pages go? what is the page process?
- lk: perhaps we should x-post to CW