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Greg McVerry

I have fallen quite a bit behind in . I need to do my knowledge graph and identity graph. I want to think about how h-cards, nickname caches, and channels can help distributed knowledge. An identity graph is a knowledge graph.

Greg McVerry

Example of Human-Bot Interaction to support Distributed Knowledge

At 9:34 Tantek gives karma to Sven for proposing an issue. The bot then issues the karma. This acts as recognition in the community.

At 9:41 jgmac1106 doesn't know a term being discussed and asked Loqi. There was no article on the wiki called fragment url"

Tantek then asked Loqi the question "What is fragment?" which pointed to the correct article. Tantek then adds a a defintion of Fragment url so if somebody else asks what jgmac110 asks they will get an answer.

sknebel then explains a technical defition of specific markup properties to jgmac1106 thus reinforcing the learning that occurred through participating in a human/bot/archive environment.

Greg McVerry

Interested in comparing knowledge graphs or at least tracking easily measurable knowledge pathways in & , use of Loqi , a bot, combined and connected to wiki enabled community driven chat room is pretty unique in field computer human interactions

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

@bali_maha did you see the latest research on Open Source and GitHub commits? Egypt lead the way in most open source activity by far.

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

@xolotl The caterpillar must eat itself before becoming a butterfly...not sure what that does to the metaphor but has to be useful somehow.

Greg McVerry

Here is the episode of South Park @bali_maha cited: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/With_Apologies_to_Jesse_Jackson

Greg McVerry

I think you don't own a lot of your identity as the world projects identities back onto us that in turn influence how we see and shape ourselves which influences how the world projects on to us.