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31 Oct, 6 tweets, 4 min read
@s5bug If you use [[wikilinks]], when the Agora works (soon?) people will be able to see your note with that name when they click on such a link anywhere.
@s5bug Even if you don't write a note there, you are allowing people to click on it and "see what happens".

Stuff surfaced can be both notes and whatever the Agora users pick from around the internet.

It's like social crowdsourcing of opinions, comments, knowledge.
@s5bug You can also do this. Use markdown links to "point" links to targets:


This makes it so that when people click on [[wikilinks]] they see flancia.org/go/agora-proto… as a suggested resource.
@s5bug This is how I plan to do "go links" integration: flancia.org/mine/go-links.

You'll eventually be able to type https://go/wikilinks on your browser and jump there, or see suggested links.

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31 Oct
The Agora v0.5 is built around the idea of publishing our notes following some conventions:


Poll: what is a good "default path" to store your notes in? A good default strengthens the convention. In this directory you'd store Markdown files, one per note.
Go link: flancia.org/go/agora-path-…

Please share to those interested.
This is how it'd work: you can register your digital garden / note taking database in the Agora, and your (public) notes are "pulled in" and interlinked with those of all other participants (with attribution).
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31 Oct
An Agora is a goal-driven social network built around a cooperatively maintained distributed knowledge graph.

flancia.org/agora for the idea.
flancia.org/go/agora for one implementation I'm working on.
The Agora does not exist yet. The Agora has always existed.
Have I ever told you in Flancia there is an Agora?
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31 Aug
One of the best things about following people freely (I follow 1.7k people, have way fewer followers) is that it allows me to effectively implement ranked follows by hand. Twitter should support this natively, but this is what we have.

I think the approach has some merit.

This is how it works: whenever I see someone that looks interesting, I check their account quickly for obvious red flags (it's important to define those well, but that's likely outside the scope of this thread) and I follow them.

This does mean my TL is in practice only an effectively random sampling of all accounts I follow. This is because Twitter doesn't tell us exactly how ranking works. That's suboptimal, but also OK for my purposes for now.

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