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authorafincato <work@andrefincato.info>2020-07-07 09:54:41 +0200
committerafincato <work@andrefincato.info>2020-07-07 09:55:09 +0200
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-Been working on custom web-based wiki software lately, where archiving is less cold-storage and more warm-composable blocks that produce new output at will.
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-As well as trying to expand upon `git` as a backend tool, to build interfaces that can be used to foster editorial workflow.
+I’m currently working on a custom, git-based, wiki system for a design school.
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-Thinking about what multi-player computing is at the moment, after a few years diving into the new wave of p2p protocols (dat, ipfs, scuttlebutt).
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+I’ve been exploring what I call *torrent-like publishing*. Bits of this are present in the git-wiki project, as well as in the [Platform 2 Platform](https://networkcultures.org/makingpublic/2020/04/17/platform-2-platform-the-matching-algorithm/) prototype. They were already present at some point during Arachne, but I was not aware yet. I plan to write on this soon, after some years trying to find good descriptive shapes for it.
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-Current active collaborations include a mutation of [Arachne](https://arachne.cc/) w/ Dorothy Howard and a self-learnig group on lisp-based programming languages w/ Sam Hart called [Local Linked List](https://weboftru.st/lll-1.html).
+Cold: active, on-hold collaborations include a mutation of [Arachne](https://arachne.cc/) w/ Dorothy Howard and a self-learnig group on lisp-based programming languages w/ Sam Hart called [Local Linked List](https://weboftru.st/lll-1.html).
(online space of torture; very embryonic exploration of split, distributed archives under the seasonal process of harvesting and rotting matter).