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Azimuth library

edited April 14 in Strategy

I can read that this technical thread is for website stuff but this post hasn't any info of other than trivial contingent value, so I wouldn't know where else to post it? Perhaps the scope rubric can by broadnened? Iirc somewhere there's an Azimuth protocol suggesting that when people want to publish an article in the library they should start a discussion in Chat, like some pre-review. Then start a stub in the library. There's a wealth of good writing on the forum which it shouldn't be difficult to cut and paste into library articles. I've got an archive of the couple of years of posts we had on google+ until Google vandalised our group by ditching the website and many of us followed John onto Twitter. I'll try and check this archive for particular topics if they come up in some current discussion but anybody's more than welcome to a copy of that archive (2G) of stuff if they're interested.

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  • 1.
    edited April 14

    Hi Jim, it could be good to get more content on the wiki. Can you give a sample of some of the topics from the forum or Google+ that are candidates of interest to you, to give a sense of what's involved.

    Comment Source:Hi Jim, it could be good to get more content on the wiki. Can you give a sample of some of the topics from the forum or Google+ that are candidates of interest to you, to give a sense of what's involved.
  • 2.

    We should be able to find some place for most anything within the mathematical sciences.

    Comment Source:We should be able to find some place for most anything within the mathematical sciences.
  • 3.

    A more accurate name for the current library would be the Earth sciences library.

    Comment Source:A more accurate name for the current library would be the Earth sciences library.
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