Chat : 5 September 2022


16:02:42 From Frode Hegland :
16:03:55 From Mark Anderson : Youtube link working fine for me. 🙂
16:05:38 From Mark Anderson : 19th Century holodeck. // Actually looks fine to me.
16:17:08 From Frode Hegland : timeline a view of the map or a separate map? Maybe time up and down?
16:17:29 From Peter Wasilko : Bottom to top like geological layers!
16:20:13 From Mark Anderson : !! – example use of variable timeline.
16:23:47 From Mark Anderson : !! Another example of timeline with varying scales:
16:24:48 From Frode Hegland : sorry. back
16:29:27 From Peter Wasilko : !! Here is a history of user interfaces site, running top down from the past:
16:31:02 From Frode Hegland : this is the test current intro document with the Glossary
16:40:10 From Mark Anderson : !! metadata in the glossary/concept object would help with layering data, e.g. peoiple vs invention, etc.
16:52:49 From Peter Wasilko : !! Experimental Electron support for Clipboard access:
16:55:25 From Mark Anderson : !! Another timeline with a degree of user zoom control (the the data is the lifespan of bots on Wikipedia … because I could).
16:55:35 From Mark Anderson : !! URL:
17:00:35 From Mark Anderson : !! found it. (Wikidata timeline query:
17:02:08 From Fabien Benetou : (cant see the query itself)
17:02:31 From Mark Anderson : Ga! Zoom won’t paste the URL. Why??? URL is 1,447 characters.
17:04:12 From Mark Anderson : !! That URL in a TXT file to work around Zoom paste limitations.
17:05:08 From Fabien Benetou : example of manipulating documents in Hubs
17:15:59 From Frode Hegland : back in 1 min sorry
17:17:06 From Mark Anderson : !! ‘trust’ as an issue in how we want to investigate info.
17:17:32 From Frode Hegland : back
17:24:04 From Mark Anderson : !! Fabien showing a room in Mozilla Hubbs (via FoT Twitter group).
17:37:21 From Mark Anderson : I manged to un-urlencode the Wikidata query so emailed a copy to Fabien and Peter in case it is of use to them in investigating the Wikidata timeline.
17:37:34 From Peter Wasilko : Possibly conflicting with an online conference depending on the temporal deltas!
17:37:45 From Frode Hegland : oh intersting Peter…
17:39:38 From Frode Hegland : Can you use the glossary in our PDF for the data?
17:39:45 From Mark Anderson : Worst case we can capture some images (this is a screen grab from the NIREX PDF.
17:42:18 From Mark Anderson : This is a copy paste of vector data in Mac Preview. removing the extraneous background data would be more work. Idea
17:50:38 From Fabien Benetou :
17:50:43 From Fabien Benetou : image as capture of the result
17:50:53 From Frode Hegland : Fabien can we use the 360 of the room I shot today to use for the environment?
17:51:59 From Fabien Benetou :
17:52:11 From Fabien Benetou : yes Frodge via Spoke
17:52:17 From Fabien Benetou : but it’s … no in 3D.
17:58:13 From Peter Wasilko : Spatial Parsing!
18:01:42 From Fabien Benetou :
18:01:46 From Mark Anderson : Does the concept parsing need a hyphen only. Asking only as en-dash is formal hyphenation for dates. IOW, ideally accept both in the long term but we need to use only the hyphen (minus character on keyboard) for date ranges to avoid mis-parsing.
18:01:49 From Frode Hegland :
18:09:10 From Peter Wasilko : I am afraid I’m out of time. See you all on Friday, barring any last minute elder care issues.
18:10:17 From Fabien Benetou : (added a floor)
18:10:23 From Fabien Benetou : I’ll also have to go in few minutes.
18:12:39 From Frode Hegland : me too!
18:12:40 From Frode Hegland : and thanks
18:18:34 From Frode Hegland : Proposal:
18:18:43 From Frode Hegland : how text can augment our work in VR
18:20:47 From Fabien Benetou : as a prototypist any dataset would do to me, really have to go now though, take care

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