→ node [[pull]]
- If you use this action, it will pull the target nodes to the current context. Like so:
- Pulling means that the target nodes show up after the node you are visiting; and said nodes show in the pulled links section.
- There is also push. It's not currently exactly its inverse, but it's close.
- Pull and push might be seen as implementing, or contributing to, forms of:
- Note that in the context of a social network like the Agora pull and push can be used to implement a ranking algorithm.
- yt https://youtu.be/jiN7cb4AX-E
⥅ pulled node [[pulled-nodes]]
↳ subnode [[@flancian/pulled-nodes]]
⥅ pulled node [[push]]
↳ subnode [[@flancian/push]]
- It 'means' that a certain context is relevant for the target node and should perhaps be included in it (transclusion):
- Here's how you use it: you start a block with the push action, passing a target node as an argument. Then you attach as many sub blocks (indented list items) to the block; they will be included in the target as a subnode.
- push agora twitter integration
- See also: pull.
⥅ pulled node [[ranking-algorithm]]
⟴ stoa (shared document) at doc.anagora.org/pull
⥅ context node [[action]]
⥅ context node [[broadcast]]
⥅ context node [[canonical-forms]] (empty)
⥅ context node [[entity-disambiguation]]
⥅ context node [[links]]
⥅ context node [[pad]]
⥅ context node [[pubsub]] (empty)
⥅ context node [[pulled]]
⥅ context node [[ranking]]
⥅ context node [[transclusion]]
⥅ context node [[yt]] (empty)
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