A few of us are dreaming of building a modern DKR to actually demo on the 9th of December 2018. The purposes of the meetings will be to decide what to build and demo on the 9th of December 2018. Issues pertaining to the wider world, technology, politics or even Doug Engelbart, will not be the theme. This is in hope to produce useful and powerful dialogue and not to get bogged down in the classic tools vs. human side argument which we have seen so many times... - this is to discuss how the tools can augment the humans. As such, our aim is to start building infrastructures and services to enable a DKR fit for the 21st Century. The aim is to integrate with and extend current infrastructures to make it possible to deliver the functionality described in What is Still Missing.
We are hosting weekly chats to determine what we should build, if anything, to demo on the day, to celebrate concrete action, not just general ideas. The calls are every Wednesday at 5pm UK / 9am Pacific US time, currently on Google Meet though contact us via Skype (contact Frode Hegland to join if the link below does not work for you, username 'datasurge') to join. We are also on Slack and will invite you there when you join us.
RESOURCES FOR WORK
The efforts can roughly be divided into software and humanware. Below are people listed by their active involvement with the project to help us all better understand who to communicate about what. Of course, people who are involved with more than one project will be listed more than once. As always, please send the webmaster any changes to how you want to be listed: email@example.com
Organising the structure of our efforts and the human user experience and interface design:
with sub-categories of elements for a modern DKR as illustrated here with an over-simplified view, but hopefully one that will help present the aspects being worked on:
Public Space Authoring and Reading through Word Press or Web
Dynamically Open Document Formats
AI / Server Processing
Full-System Change/New DKR Toolsets
Visualisations (Graphs like the one above and for general or Knowledge Graph visualisations)