Visual-tools meeting 15 - a common ground for notes with Kindly

edit: note the time change :point_left:
edit: udpdated the agenda with @teodorlu’s part, 2022-10-23

The visual tools group will have its 15h meeting on Oct 23th.

We will share some current attempts at creating a common setup knowledge management, data visualization, and literate programming.

Agenda

1. Collective knowledge management using play.teod.eu

How can we best learn together? What does “learning together” look like on the web?

Over the last months, @teodorlu has used https://play.teod.eu to learn stuff. In this visual-tools meeting, he’ll share his workflow, and some ideas about collective knowledge management for Clojure data science

2. A common ground for notes with Kindly

The idea is to offer a basic way to specify how things should be displayed, with some sensible defaults which are user-configurable. This is done in the so-called Kindly project, that is going through changes these days.
In the near future, we will start writing various learning resources this way, and gradually collaborate with tool-makers to write adapters, so that our notes will render correctly on the various relevant tools (hopefully Calva Notebooks, Oz, Clerk, Portal, etc.).
In this meeting, @daslu will discuss the details of the plan.

3. Discussion

Joining

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Length

The official part will be 90 minutes long.
Sometimes some of us like to stay longer and chat.

Platform

Recording

The meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.
Some parts will be unrecorded.

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Had a mistake in this meeting’s hour. Just fixed it now. :pray:

Just as a minor request for future meeting posts:
Is it possible to put the “launch meeting - zoom” link into the auto-generated google calendar notes?

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Great idea!

I have no idea how to do that, but will give it another try.

See you today.

Updated the agenda with a presentation by @teodorlu.