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Sequential Wiki

  • Not a formal term, but I use it often. A sequential wiki is like a wiki page, but people contribute blocks of [[content]] instead of arbitrary fragments; and they maintain clear ownership and control over their blocks.
  • I call the [[agora]] a distributed sequential wiki. [[nodes]] are akin to sequential wiki pages. [[subnodes]] are user contributed blocks.
  • [[pull]] [[everything2]]
📖 stoa (open document) at doc.anagora.org/sequential-wiki
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  • [[go]] everything2.com
  • I spent many hours reading it in the early 2000s.
  • An inspiration for the [[agora]].
    • It doesn't have backlinks (IIRC), and it's fully centralized (and centrally conctrolled).
    • But it has a [[serendipity]] aspect to it (multiple takes in the same page; plus the table below to discover only fuzzily related content) that I want to bring into the Agora.
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