On Oct 23th we had the 15th meeting of the visual-tools group, a group for collaborations across different Clojure projects for literate programming and data visualization.
@teodorlu demosntrated practices and ideas of knolwedge management at play.teod.eu.
@daslu presented Kindly, a small library offering a common ground for standardizing data visualization and literate programming.
Will you join us?
Please reach out if you are interested in this group.
It is recommended to follow the #visual-tools Zulip stream and the #visual-tools Slack channel.
If there’s any questions to what I said, I’ll be happy to try to answer
Here’s the site: https://play.teod.eu/
And here’s the source: GitHub - teodorlu/play.teod.eu
Though I haven’t made too much of an effort to make the the code readable, so asking questions is perhaps better than spending lots of time digging into everything