Report anything done to eg:itself on this page. This doesn't necessarily mean "anything done IN this wiki" (like removing spam or adding references or news or correcting configurations), only things done TO the whole wiki, that affect its information architecture such as changing verb/term/position or idea/option/policy/configuration choices. If there's a report on another page, such as mediawiki gronks, add (''[[eg:done|DONE]]'') so this page is consulted.
Don't rely on recent changes or special pages because a lot of things done, like copyedit-based workarounds or changes to the web configuration, don't show up in any wiki logs. A single general list of everything done also helps to establish who might be owed some tangops.
The main reason to keep this log is to gain some insight, later, into the relative difficulty of maintaining reflexivity and reflectivity with many users contributing. It might take 10 per cent of all effort to stay reflective and 20 per cent to stay reflexive, and knowing whether's it's "worth it" requires this data. Most of this effort goes into living ontology. See the description in the context of semantic wiki in egovernment and in the context of other semantic wiki projects. The semantic web vocabulary comparison and assessment of semantic wiki in general are useful starting points to understand the utility of maintaining this infrastructure.
stuff done (starting 2007-01-01)
2007-06-06: About ten minutes on category:fiction
2007-06-04: About forty minutes on subject/predicate/object.
2007-06-03: About ten minutes on subject/predicate/object.
2007-05-28: About ninety minutes explaining SEO and RDF in terms of living ontology to make it easier to learn living ontology; Relating categorize/spread/uprank for ads and subject/predicate/object to has and other prepositions in a somewhat semantic wiki. Adding category:RDF as a subcategory that implements living ontology. Other question and answer options are easier to explain with LO audits defined.
2007-05-27: About ten minutes trying to make resilience economics a better introduction to learn living ontology - failed miserably, both remain stubs but LLO now deals with the technological/logistical/tactical relatively well (what Laputa tests) though it has extremely sketchy strategic/diplomatic/rhythmic patterning (what Huohuohynm is for)
2007-05-27: About twenty minutes on tag/category/namespace concerns: Living Ontology Web tests the integrativity of living ontology which is based mostly on ECG naming conventions and the LOW category scheme, IPA and six styles of capital
2007-05-27: About twenty minutes to configure mediawiki, explain
2007-05-26: About ninety minutes making category:faction and describing faction/block/key and idea/tendency/faction to introduce role key and repute key; framing six months of work on distrust, support factions
2007-05-26: About forty minutes on trolling injustice, e.g. DemocraKey; category:TOR and category:USB emerge to describe these specific net and bay/key technologies, though they're subcategories of infra trades; notion of infra trade ticket key revealed, similar to DemocraKey
2007-05-25: About twenty minutes reporting resilience economics and corporate wiki, material contributed under fair use conditions, will expand with business continuity concerns; marking wiki best practices as category:CC-by-nc-noderivs by ECG as they're mature
2007-05-24: About eighty minutes updating learn living ontology to deal with knowledge and uncertainty issues; wake/learn/act versus learn/know/act, lead/manage/mediate; adding also motion/resolved/whereas
2007-05-20: About ninety minutes relating learn living ontology to mobile augmented reality and outlining some advantages of the ARROW approach for dealing with out of control situations such as emergency response, etc..
2007-05-20: About ninety minutes defining leaders as those who deal with unorder, i.e. reduce chaotic/complex/complicated situations via attractor/barrier/identity and control/happen/evolve distinctions as in ABIDE, and explaining what resilience economics has to do with this, and hinting at why initiate/integrate/infer are dangerous until someone can act then probe to reduce the fragility and potential chaos of the situation (though not saying so yet, and also not defining colonial conduit logic as biologically simplistic, i.e. asexual).
2007-05-18: about thirty minutes explaining why ECG dogma is category:CC-by-nc-sa by ECG but actual instances of it are category:CC-by-nc-noderivs by ECG, adding should/must/does and goal/process/audit to learn living ontology with an extended explanation of barriers to it
2007-05-13: about twenty minutes updating verb:namespace and category:edit with category:draw to deal with category:mediawiki extensions AnyWikiDraw and Flcelloguy's tool] (horrific names!); trying to figure out if socialtext open deserves any mention or if miki is the only useful thing they've done.
2007-05-07: About twenty minutes updating learn living ontology to deal with must/will/we, bootstrap living ontology (needs much more on basic integrity) and become/remain/equal. Mostly down to filling in holes.
2007-04-20: About fifty minutes differentiating wild/rural/urban patterns of item/service/facility/infrastructures, specifically expanding category:urban including a resolution to lead urban sustainable development from Canada, also useful elsewhere
2007-04-20: About seventy minutes using to fix the flow as an example of review/publish/cite use, and adding category:publish to differentiate cited and ECG-published material from this wiki's default purpose which is to mass peer review; must wikify to fix the flow (1999) more...
2007-04-15: About an hour on serious games, need to relate campaign/scenario/battle to more general tension/frustration/resolution structure of drama, and clearly explain how token/property/rules relate to technical verb/noun/types.
2007-03-22: About twenty minutes noting that ECG dogma includes risk as regret and intangibles and their measurement, may include category:IPA and even verb:namespace (though to limit verbs is hardly only the ECG strategy)
2007-03-22: Ten minutes on category:solar, wondering if site solar like solar canopy must be differentiated from worn solar or vehicle solar; Since all passive solar systems are site-specific, this might be practical.
2007-03-20: About fifty minutes noting that FM transmitters now appear on some worn devices, clarifying category:suit as integrating these devices (only), and noting that Bluetooth profiles are useful to help users hear things such as 10-4 service (which also lets them talk). Also updating call-in radio issues and category:phone. Clarifying fix flow a bit; Probably time for a significant category shakeout on everything to do with mobility.
2007-03-18: About an hour updating some living ontology patterns, mostly model/view/control, and explaining faction/role/order in context of the real web 3.0 which is now properly explained as a fusion of MVC, semantic wiki, social network
2007-03-14: Ten minutes creating category:next to provide examples of advocating changes (to anything); next political party constitution, next email configuration, etc.; Dealing with position:namespace and "to position" as a verb.
2007-03-14: About ten minutes explaining that [[eg:]] likes data in mediawiki format and considers data not in mediawiki format to simply be in a long edit conflict that will eventually resolve itself as a mediawiki monoculture with no data jail.
2007-03-13: Two hours updating explicitly political public wiki use for quality management in government, writing next political party constitutions, next political party platforms, and covering most of what Craig Hubley (troll) said on this; Noting the Opera web browser wiki as a good example of reflexive use of a wiki.
2007-03-11: About an hour minutes trying to crush CMS for the bad wiki it is. Not done yet. If there's one thing let.sysops.be can do, it's encourage mediawiki monoculture to succeed Microsoft monoculture.
2007-03-11: About thirty minutes on this URI, defer/refer/infer and how it distinguishes human command verb from control term to command verbs - very important. To stay LO-compliant, let.sysops.be/refer must list all external links?
2007-03-11: An hour outlining the history of Imagine Halifax and its political initiatives and all Imagine Halifax control terms, which became all ECG control terms; Explaining how local government terms now arise from local resilience and ICLEI initiatives, ISO standards and so forth, like ISO 14064 and such; Not sure if all control verbs needs to be separate from eg:control! Thinking...
2007-03-11: Thirty minutes on category:living ontology and problems this solves
2007-03-08: Thirty minutes exploiting natural/individual convergence as value of life ratio magically appears without any effort on the Main Page, proving the extreme power of an algebraic notation; human capital will eventually require more depth if only because it's a term widely used privately
2007-03-08: About two hours slightly improving Main Page with categories up front as these are now the best organized guide; Changing eg:Community Portal to serve frequent users; Many redirects created to implement category as tag; Stubby explanations of sysopping, IETF, PKI, POTS/tone/phreaks, lock/keys, APIs; Most importantly, a short list of web3 essentials
2007-03-07: Thirty minutes cleaning up living ontology details, especially body/bond/bits and at/on/by, noting input/transaction/output and director/actor/object/victim as living ontology patterns: ways to create enterprise taxonomy; No more uncategorized categories!
2007-03-06: About thirty minutes laying out the relationship between category:meet, category:issue, category:phone - getting confusing enough that category:call-in for call-in radio and teleconferences might be required (subcategory of all); There's also eg:issue list starting, including talk:US intelligence service
2007-03-06: About forty minutes laying out the way private activities are kept private, and compromised, to better introduce the issue of US intelligence services and US search engines cooperating to compromise trade secrets and other secrets; Suggesting also that doctrine:share-alike arises to discipline doctrine:rent a bit
2007-03-05: About thirty minutes noting fallacy tags as required to flesh out category:IPA, deal with time/issue/position/argument/evidence/source/authority and bring it up to quality of Wikireason logic tree; Notes on FAQ, frame.
2007-03-04: Ten minutes on aboutus.org, qweki.com, richdex.com and wikinfo.org all using a combination of wiki feeds and editability to extend the GFDL corpus and provide links to, or fusion with, the WHOIS data, ultimately leading to open content DNS.
2007-03-04: Ten minutes updating solar
2007-03-04: Ten minutes updating chat
2007-03-02: Half an hour researching ignore incompatible wiki problems and issues to ensure nothing is overstated on that page. It isn't. It's more critical than ever.
2007-03-02: About an hour putting category:capital asset on top of each style of the capital asset model, for clarity; Finally decided where/when/who had to be each a subcategory of living ontology but each also inheriting their primary capital asset type(s); Clearly why/how/much is related to the kaizen instead.
2007-03-02: About an hour getting category:share-alike established as the abstract goal that category:free software license and category:open content license have in common, which is utterly disjoint from category:FOSS itself; Some notes on MySQL and DB2 which are now squaring off against each other.
2007-03-01: Thirty minutes adding wastes of screen space to mediawiki gronks, putting eg:copy and create value in proper form, eg_talk:next questions, since all of these will be mentioned on the next Main Page.
2007-02-28: Fifty minutes cleaning up category:open content license, category:defensible, category:trolling, so various forms of authority and challenges to it can be properly categorized - comment on category_talk:defensible - the Special:Uncategorizedcategories now matches categories explanation again.
2007-02-28: Ten minutes making each global institution into a category:UN subcategory - there will be a lot to say on those, eventually, as they become involved in projects like OLPC and adopting the Bitfrost ideology
2007-02-28: Ten minutes on price of life stuff just to stay oriented on good goals
2007-02-26: (A mere) forty minutes implying that ICLEI, ITU, ISO, IMF, World Bank, BIS and ICANN have much to learn about instructional capital, individual capital, natural capital, social capital, infrastructural capital, financial capital and why value of life is not just price of life.
2007-02-25: Thirty minutes (a bit into the 26th) specializing category:boot with the obvious subcategory "per OS", as some issues like execution control are handled very differently. Also fixing some misleading wording regarding ECG master attitude, thanks to new trolls for pointing that out - not essential to eg:itself though.
2007-02-23: About ten minutes fleshing out eg:do onto its own page.
2007-02-23: One hour finding good operational sources on brand, nonviolent tactic, and better documenting history of Civic Efficiency Group, Efficient Civics Guild, and phrases of that era like make it go and my computer does not go.
2007-02-23: An hour on key trade related concerns including journalist best practice - more links need to be made between publicity and practice in this (probably most complex) trade; Minor updates to category:fun and mediawiki gronkss also.
2007-02-20: An hour bringing tensegrity (infrastructural) and synergetics (social) and biotensegrity ((natural) all into line with Wikipedia, better elaborating technique/technology/doctrine with a new format for x/y/z and adding doctrine:faction and doctrine:rent.
2007-02-19: Twenty minutes covering spin, war on abstract nouns and how doctrine:troll relies fundamentally on differentiating ontological metaphors. Maybe some history and origins could be concentrated on the troll war page instead of being spread on so many others. More on political party war rooms and call-in media might be helpful.
2007-02-19: About an hour relating Forrester's Law, Lowy's Law and doctrine:troll, and clarifying tag:host and tag:open host and trollsnests. Noting political party war room, talk show and common carrier examples/issues. The ontological metaphor of hosting is particularly tricky and needs more work.
2007-02-19: About two hours improving tensegrity and tag:living ontology to answer entirely reasonable and specific question raised by anonymous trolls following Lowy's Law (proposing a bad answer to trigger a better response than a good question). A few external links to resources already explaining some things that may be out of scope.
2007-02-18: Half an hour documenting the particularly tricky body/subject/object cases that arise when actors defer, i.e. director/actor/object/victim. Clarify use of tag:victim and tag:body to remain consistent with forensic TV and Interpol.
2007-02-18: Two and a half hours on obnoxious cleanups: Term:namespace, ECG naming conventions, doctrine:domain, verb:namespace and better URI axioms all better explained with other reasons to limit verbs. Mediawiki gronks addressed by workarounds eg:Most viewed pages and eg:Open links (though the list is actually of the pages linked to, not of the links)
2007-02-18: About two hours listing all doctrines and documenting doctrine:troll and at least explaining what doctrine:domain and doctrine:OPIF are, and improving tech tree description. A troll-friendly wiki is now explained separately from the adjective troll-friendly. More tags.
2007-02-17: About two hours documenting doctrine:REST properly with W3C and ECG perspectives, and properly explaining verb:namespace, in response to feedback from an ECG apprentice. Improved align web and wiki to cover web content management as a publish wiki, which may be extended to develop/research/publish per Consumerium. Finally explain prepositions as the central naming conventions.
2007-02-16: About an hour proposing doctrine:namespace as a catch-all for ontological choices that can't be reduced to operational constraints nor implied deterministically by ontological metaphors, noting special pages as belonging in project namespace, and wishing spambots a very long stay in a cold bitter coded hell.
2007-02-15: Two hours updating trollish to include words like megabox and feedgreed, better explaining the public web including domain holder roles and how to align web and wiki and why the sociosemantic web must come from below; specializing boot categories by boot loader to better deal with OLPC etc.
2007-02-14: 25 minutes updating wiki best practices to reflect advised practices, dealing with missing redirects, separating redirect to anchor as a special case, and better linking avoid new namespaces, normative namespace and main namespace to emphasize the point of view question; direct implication of react/reflect/reflex?
2007-02-14: about two hours on some subtle opportunities, mostly using self-links to develop idea/option/policy/configurations and keeping verb/term/position debates orthogonal to categories and tagging (which must remain focused on the goal); also explanation of verb:avoid versus term:never, old trolls, and an update of eg:itself; needs a few more examples actually rooted in this wiki
2007-02-09: credit where credit is due: Project Procrustes now has tag:Procrustes; hopefully now it's clear where and in what format to share, the open configuration agenda can be advanced by all Procrusteans.
2007-02-08: half an hour exactly identifying the markers of a reactive process
2007-02-05: about twenty minutes balancing the never delete position; this should probably be noted as a page history concern as the point of not deleting is to keep page history complete; about ten minutes noting protocols of living ontology
2007-01-27: 20 more minutes on tensegrity
2007-01-25: be/do/go documented in 20 minutes tops, not well enough related nor linked;
2007-01-10: about an hour explaining information architecture
2007-01-07:another cluster of anonymous trolls explain in half an hour why ultra methods should have tag:reflective at least, and what how ECG dogma is a foundation for all such methods though a much more reflexive one.