We had a fantastic Saturday together on the 8th, with many participating in person and Gyuri, Timour, Irina and Shane joining us online: thefutureoftext.org/8-december-2018.html
The 9th was marked by a large celebration at the Computer History Museum, where we all demoed alongside such luminaries as Ted Nelson and Tim Berners-Lee:
So where do we go from here? We have all had some time to settle down from the events (and the work leading up to them), so we now need to decide how to move forward. It’s been suggested that we ‘eat our own dogwood’ and that we should therefore use Exaptive and KnowFlow, which I personally agree with. I further agree that we should use this blog for important updates, not necessarily for ‘everything’ but so that anyone new who joins has one point of initial reference. This blog does not need to ‘own’ the conversation but can provide a useful thread for jumping off to different spaces. I also suggest we continue to have chats, perhaps bi-weekly or even weekly to start in order to capitalise on the momentum we have, and then maybe go into a more monthly mode. Most importantly though, how do you feel we should continue?
It’s been suggested that our initial use-case could simply be augmenting our own ability to work together as a group. What are your perspectives?