- The Agora can trigger actions in the context of a node when said node includes a block with a wikilink representing an intention to execute an intent. Those intents include actions.
- If you tell an agora where your data is, and what you want to do with it, it'll will do it for you if it can. If it can't, it'll keep a record of the request and fulfill it once it's tractable.
Actions supported by https://anagora.org are:
go, which makes the command 'go' (https://anagora.org/go/<node>) redirect to the mentioned url when the parameter passed is a node name -- that is, a wikilink.
- https://anagora.org/go/agora-actions now redirects to the tweet above.
- If you trigger it by writing on social media or another remote control surface, the agora will link the resulting resource.
- This is inspired by go links as currently in use in several tech companies.
- See also composite-go-links.
- pull, which transcludes a target node or subnode into the current context.
- push, which transcludes the current block and any children to the target node.
- go, which makes the command 'go' (https://anagora.org/go/<node>) redirect to the mentioned url when the parameter passed is a node name -- that is, a wikilink.
- See also: