sylabbi Sylabbi

Sylabbi is a tool for hybrid curated trails/narratives. An alternative to how people currently select the books (and other media) they study, beyond whimsicality. It's a part of the 🔗text system.
(also see memex associative trails, but meant more like a narrative, so, directed list/graph). 

Last updated:
    2016-11-20 stub
    2016-11-29 stub II
    2016-12-17 new bs ("sylabbi/transclusion/trails")
    2017-09-25 cleanup
    2017-10-10 draft


"At the same time, the whole logic of choice ("what to read") is also considered and made a part of the system, denying legitimacy to arbitrary pickings in libraries/bookshops, and actively referring to the next of your 1000 books you'll ever read (out of the ~100 mil.). An alternative (sylabbi) is investigated, and programatically put in place of, to the known institutions of university reading lists, chasing references in likeable texts, and showers of recommendations."

Sylabbi is about assisting people to do tactical 🔗hypertheory in different groupations, for example:
    * "Comrades", in conviction:
        people with similar interests, possibly cross-disciplinary teams that know each other
    * "Neighbours", inside fields:
        people algorithmically determined to be fellow travellers
        filling and expanding the spaces between different established fields
    * "Schoolmates":
        didactic groups with personal interaction
    * "Friends":
        people you personally know very well
    * [...]

    * curated personal and group trails

General goal:
    1-2 orders of magnitude increase in theory coordinates ("ideosphere").
    (5^1 / 5^2)

Related / Also see tech:
    * 🔗text, the broader project
    * 🔗hypertheory
    * F2F transport, maybe 🔗linkroute
    * 🔗commonground (for CHT's basics list)
    * 🔗tt-archive:
        * with subsets ("reading_now/asap")
    * 🔗hyperreader and:
        * (discussion talk with Miloš):
            * following annotation = 10^1 increase
            * inverse reading (seeing through un-annotated)
            * [...]
        * [...]
    * 🔗workflow-ethering
    * #comphermeneutics
    * [...]

    * "reading clubs"
        * ask +Friderike ???
    * [...]


    * common 🔗tt-archive, as F2F:
        ~2TB seems sensible
    * organize local (or THL) study groups of people
    * curate & develop necessary software

    Subjects make
    * list of paper books:
        (and getting rid of them / "SHORTING BOOKS")
    * list of read books:
        like goodreads ?
    * consolidate e-book lib:
        F2F lib
    * questionnaire: reading habits
    * prioritization/subsets of now-planned future read:
        needs software
    * [...]


    Subsets (of works) <> Time (of reading)

    * already read, common ground
    * already read
    * reading main
    * reading side
    * read next
    * ... asap
    * in library, to read
    * ... by neighbours
    _____________never (Excluded - Disparate set)
    * Intentionally (lack of value)
    * "not in this life"
    * also: books you have lesser access to (languages, etc)
    * all books

    Existing associations data

    * NLP of 🔗tt-archive
    * existing association data:
        * lists @ 🔗postuni
        * GoodReads & other APIs
        * citations
    * new data:
        * personal lists and curations (UIs!)
    * [...] ?

    Groupation traits
    * personal contact:
        + friends
        - neighbours
    * common travellers:
        + neighbours

    Trail logics
    * with the current
    * against the current
    * [...]

    Flattening to time-space ?

Consider #subflow and general infrastructural question (🔗alike).

****** Pad

"transclusion -> trails -> sylabbi"
1) transclusion:
    <----------- #e2h #dev #asap
    * remove "REWRITES" part from CHT🔗test-e2h(R/W) (after FETCH PAD) to separate file
    * make [include:] tag
2) trails:
3) sylabbi:
    is actually "personalized trails"

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The syllabus is a "contract between faculty members and their students, designed to answer students' questions about a course, as well as inform them about what will happen should they fail to meet course expectations." [3]
It is also a "vehicle for expressing accountability and commitment" (2005, p. 63).[4]
Over time, the notion of a syllabus as a contract has grown more literal but is not in fact an enforceable contract.[5]
    * as INFO
    * as CONTRACT (accountability/commitment) !!!

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