Francois-Rene Rideau <email@example.com>
Tue Feb 25 14:34:01 2003
On Tue, Feb 25, 2003 at 11:43:09AM -0800, Brian T Rice wrote:
>> * I agree with Brian that Tunes per se should be focused
>> on the technical side of things, barring any political digression.
>> That's how it should be. Not untangling things at the start
>> was just haste/laziness from me at the beginning.
>> [Oh; and the word "Focused" sounds weird if you're like me reading
>> Vernor Vinge's great scifi novel "A deepness in the sky".]
> Thanks for clearing this up.
Sure. On the other hand, I don't want the information
to just be stripped off. I put it so it could be read.
I'd like the information to be reorganized. --
But nobody owes anybody the organization of it.
So people like I, Kyle, etc., who are interested in this information
are are the ones who ought to organize the information intelligibly.
Now, I appreciate it that those who strip information, when they do,
leave a tag so that we may recover information from the old pages.
>> [Is it easy to partition CLiki? If so, a Cybernethics cliki could be setup.]
> I agree. About partitioning CLiki, we could run two separate CLiki
> instances within the same Lisp application, but the pages would not be
> sharable without some very strange editing semantics.
Well, if it's easy to at least put cross-partition pointers,
and if possible, to move pages across border,
then it should be ok, shouldn't it?
> Probably the simplest thing that would work
> would be to make a Cybernethics node on the
> CLiki and have that act as an "alternate" index to the Tunes CLiki,
> using its own topics and indices.
That would be simplest. Let's start this way.
> This would take less work in terms of dividing
> up existing content and cross-site references. The disadvantage would be
> in the recording of editing changes.
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