This would be, of course, the best hash I can find.
@flancian I would first give money to my friends, many of whom are disabled and as a result live in poverty, like I do now. Some GoFundMes of disabled people who need surgery, a wheelchair or something. The rest goes to CFS/ME research: objectively the most underfunded illness.
If you see me post [[wikilinks]], they refer to nodes in the [[agora]]. They can be looked up as such:
[[wikilinks]] -> https://anagora.org/node/wikilinks
[[distributed knowledge graph]] -> https://anagora.org/node/distributed-knowledge-graph
Or just visit anagora.org and type in the name in the textbox up top.
I like to think of the dragon as [[moloch]].
Extension to this extension: if the argument (object to the predicate) in the block is not a URL, a hook can be registered to process the action.
Idea: extensible redirects.
The proposal is that it should do this for any block with a URL. E.g.: anagora.org/garden/flancian should redirect to https://github.com/flancian/garden as per the content of anagora.org/node/flancian.
Users might "save" an anonymous subnode from collection without claiming it -- that means they considered it useful, but did not write it originally.
Anonymous subnodes might be archived/garbage collected if unclaimed after a TTL expires.
Idea: anonymous [[subnodes]].
- Anyone can add a subnode to a node on http://anagora.org. They are anonymous by default (easy to code/implement). They get a random but human legible ID -- perhaps hash+[[bip39]] based.
- Agora users can optionally then [[claim]] them by ID.