@flancian Thanks! I consider it a personal wiki, however am indeed very interested in the linking of personal gardens to form 'community gardens', so to speak. So I really like what you are doing at anagora.org. I like P2P and see webmentions as one potential route to garden-joining, but the aggregation approach also seems like an excellent one to explore.
I'd love to join the Agora - I use org-roam, so I wonder would we need some org to markdown bridging?
@neil very interesting, thank you! wiki.c2.com is the gift that keeps giving!
I'm attending a tentative proto-WG meeting about an open Agora-like protocol later this month perhaps; Ward Cunningham is invited (unsure if he'll show)! I'm star struck already anyway,
@flancian That sounds great. I think @BillSeitz might be interested in that - http://webseitz.fluxent.com/wiki/DigitalGardenStandards
@neil would love to build an org-roam bridge! I'll add it to anagora.org/node/agora-plan.
Web mentions do sound like a good way to implemented distributed backlinks, although I don't have experience with them. What I like about aggregating/replicating is how fast and easy it is, but perhaps it won't scale or it will prove to be too much overhead; the Agora hasn't been stress tested :)
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