1:26:00 into video Fabien introduced computational notebooks. “A Computation Notebook can be thought of as an Interactive Literate Program.” Peter Wasilko
1:38:00 configurators and meta-configurators Brandel on computational objects
1:46:00 we should all put in some time codes so that Frode can easily make links for YouTube
2:00:00 an app to write notes for auto links.
16:05:12 From fabien : Formatted my system few days ago to setup up things still. If something doesn’t work let me know.
16:10:33 From Brandel Zachernuk : Maxime Cordeil, https://itee.uq.edu.au/profile/5945/maxime-cordeil
16:14:04 From Brandel Zachernuk : this is Dwyer, looks solid: https://ialab.it.monash.edu/~dwyer/
16:15:17 From Peter Wasilko : Is there a url for this?
16:15:24 From Frode Hegland : this is Dwyer, looks solid: https://ialab.it.monash.edu/~dwyer/
16:16:54 From Fabien Benetou : http://ogrisel.com
16:17:14 From Fabien Benetou : Olivier Grisel, scikit-learn contributor
16:17:57 From Fabien Benetou : he did teach NLP for a while https://twitter.com/ogrisel/status/846270167181135872
16:19:03 From Brandel Zachernuk : oh Jim Hollan – either him or anyone who’s been helping him! http://hci.ucsd.edu/hollan/
16:20:25 From Peter Wasilko : https://blog.jim-nielsen.com/2022/other-peoples-websites/
16:21:35 From Fabien Benetou : https://bigscience.huggingface.co/
16:21:42 From Fabien Benetou : Bloom and the mindset behind it
16:22:20 From Peter Wasilko : And here a hacker news thread on the above article: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=32345087
16:24:32 From Peter Wasilko : I just got my hands on a copy of her book!
16:25:27 From Frode Hegland : https://thefutureoftext.org
16:27:43 From Peter Wasilko : https://campaign.v-nova.com/en/xr-and-the-metaverse
16:28:31 From Peter Wasilko : This piece is title: XR and the Metaverse: how to achieve interoperability, wow factor and mass adoption
16:28:44 From Frode Hegland : interesting Peter…
16:48:22 From Frode Hegland : create to teach ? OUR record 🙂 Edited Our record evolves and has side points. Sometimes documents, sometimes murals/posters. Constant: Time & person (ID?).
16:51:56 From Peter Wasilko : @Bob, my personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org
17:14:59 From Peter Wasilko : https://calmtech.com/index.html
17:15:44 From Peter Wasilko : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comin%27_at_Ya!
17:16:41 From Peter Wasilko : https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/software-visualization
17:22:45 From Frode Hegland : https://futuretextlab.info
17:24:41 From alanlaidlaw : this is a great framing, btw. not sure I agree w the reduction, but I love thinking through the lens of practical effects vs movie making: https://inthewilderless.substack.com/p/behind-no-scenes?sd=pf
17:29:06 From Peter Wasilko : So A Computation Notebook can be thought of as an Interactive Literate Program.
17:31:55 From Frode Hegland : URL please Brandel
17:32:06 From Brandel Zachernuk : http://worrydream.com/ClimateChange/
17:32:18 From Frode Hegland : thanks
17:32:35 From Fabien Benetou : yes Peter
17:39:27 From Peter Wasilko : http://inform7.com/doc/ http://inform7.com/book/WI_1_1.html http://inform7.com/book/RB_1_1.html
17:42:01 From Frode Hegland : 1:26 into video Fabien introduced computational notebooks.
“A Computation Notebook can be thought of as an Interactive Literate Program.” Peter Wasilko
1:31 Brandel showing another perspective changing graphics: http://worrydream.com/ClimateChange/ and shown 1:33
1:38 configurators and meta-configurators Brandel on computational objects
17:49:43 From Peter Wasilko : Here is a screen shot of the debugging interface in Inform 7.
17:51:12 From Frode Hegland : and it is at the right eye distance Brandel 🙂
17:56:51 From Peter Wasilko : https://letoverlambda.com/index.cl/guest/chap1.html#sec_2
17:57:21 From Peter Wasilko : A link to the section of Let Over Lambda describing its example naming convention.
17:58:08 From Fabien Benetou : 1:55 timecode suggestion for upcoming meeting
17:58:14 From Peter Wasilko : In order to illustrate the iterative process of macro creation, this book adopts the convention where the percent (%) character is appended to the names of functions and macros whose definitions are incomplete or are yet to be improved upon in some other way. Multiple revisions can result in multiple % characters on the end of a name before we settle on the final version with no % characters.
18:00:11 From Peter Wasilko : I have depart in 1 minute.
18:00:17 From Peter Wasilko : Have a great weekend!