The Agora is a distributed knowledge graph and experimental social network.
- See go/agora-slides if you'd like an introduction to the key concepts.
- The aim of this agora is to pro-socially maintain a distributed knowledge graph tailored specifically to the general goal of solving problems: those of its users and society at large..
- As an Agora guest user or reader you can currently:
As an Agora full user or writer you can:
- Have your content be surfaced to readers at relevant times (when they are visiting a node for which your content is considered relevant by the community).
- Have relevant crowdsourced content be surfaced to you as you traverse your notes repository.
Make use of agora actions to control the agora straight from your ntoes.
- Visit agora editor to join!
Anyone can run an Agora of their own if they so desire. This Agora is open source: go/agora.
The Agora wants to be maximally inclusive, but it is in its infancy; it is a work in progress. If you want to participate and can't, please also send email to email@example.com to let us know. Through projects such as agora twitter integration, we hope to make the Agora available to anyone that has access to a social network account. If you want to learn more about the experimental nature of this Agora, please refer to this Hacker News comment. If you want to keep up to date with development, consider adding me on Twitter or Mastodon: flancian.
The following section works as an example of the optional agora protocol.
- an agora.
- a schelling point.