“I write, therefore I think.” Source: Why You Should Write Out Your Thoughts (Particularly for Difficult Problems) –
Improving Product Outcomes Using Cynefin and a Product Lifecycle
I first came across the idea of thinking in bits in Nicholas Negroponte’s 1995 book Being Digital, in which he talks about the limitations, the cost, of moving information around as atoms and how information would soon be converted from atoms to bits. The immediately obvious implication is that it now becomes essentially free to move and share information as bits.
Imagining the future is creating the future View story at Medium.com
Spent some time this morning discussing various ideas for projects to work on. Including: HTML2Wiki Semantic Form Themes Mermaid Make site faster Extension certification AD / Vagrant roles BPM Setup for an extension cert service Extension manager Extension interdependency management Extension screenshots and working links to examples on mediawiki.org Reification / provenance in SMW Semantic […]
Live-blogging (kind of) again, day 2. Also, livestream. Notifications in MediaWiki Yaron discussing the current status of notification (poor), and what would make an ideal notification system for MediaWiki. Page creation, edit, etc in different sets of pages, such as all pages, pages in namespace, etc, and certain people notified, e.g. users in a user […]
Dave Coplin, Chief Envisioning Officer at Microsoft, imagines what might be possible if more organisations embraced the full, empowering potential of technology & encouraged an open, collaborative & flexible working culture.
A live blog (of sorts) for Enterprise MediaWiki Conference (EMWCon) 2016. The conference is also being livestreamed. Panel – Towards a MediaWiki Foundation Cindy Cicalese, Anja Ebersbach, Mark Hershberger, Chris Koerner, Yaron Koren Panel discussion to address some of the challenges around the development, maintenance, and use of MediaWiki and related software (extensions). Not a […]
The TSA is in the news a lot lately, not much of it good. Long lines, senior people getting fired, and the generally negative perception and frustration with the agency. So, I thought I’d write something about them that is not so negative. To tell the truth, I don’t think I’ve ever had any real issues with […]
Congrats to the Moodle team and everyone involved in the Moodle 3.1 release, including an update to Moodle Mobile. From the announcement: Moodle 3.1 wraps a lot of new features together with hundreds of fixes and improvements into a package that we’ll be supporting for the next three years, 1.5 years longer than most releases. I […]