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Workshop: Group Knowledge and Mathematical Collaboration

Fenner Tanswell and others are organizing a two-day workshop at the University of Oxford on Group knowledge and mathematical collaboration. https://mathscollaboration.wordpress.com It's part of the "Social Machine of Mathematics” project led by Prof Ursula Martin. I think the topic is relevant for the Azimuth Project.

Personally, I'm interested in whether collaboration is possible to make a map (a bird's eye view) of all of the areas and concepts in mathematics, and similarly, a collection and a map of the "ways of figuring things out" in math. I will inquire if that's relevant to anybody else...

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    edited January 24

    The correct category for this post is not "Azimuth Wiki - Meta". The category "Azimuth Wiki - Meta" is used when you edit a page on the Azimuth Wiki that's in the category "meta". These are pages on the Azimuth Wiki that are about the Azimuth Wiki. You can see a list of such pages here:

    I will change the category to an appropriate one.

    It sounds like an interesting workshop.

    Comment Source:The correct category for this post is not "Azimuth Wiki - Meta". The category "Azimuth Wiki - Meta" is used when you edit a page on the Azimuth Wiki that's in the category "meta". These are pages on the Azimuth Wiki that are about the Azimuth Wiki. You can see a list of such pages here: * [http://www.azimuthproject.org/azimuth/list/meta](http://www.azimuthproject.org/azimuth/list/meta) I will change the category to an appropriate one. It sounds like an interesting workshop.
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