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  1. Dec 2023
    1. However, Google Docs has several limitations (like not automatically doing sequentially number headings - a plugin to do this available but is buggy) so I would like to do the final polishing in Word

      google docs vs word in context of zotero

      I am working on a chapter collaboratively in Google Docs and the Zotero plugin worked like a charm for this

  2. Aug 2023
    1. Does anyone has it’s Zettelkasten in Google Docs, Microsoft Word or Plain Tex (without a hood app like obsidian or The Archive)? .t3_15fjb97._2FCtq-QzlfuN-SwVMUZMM3 { --postTitle-VisitedLinkColor: #9b9b9b; --postTitleLink-VisitedLinkColor: #9b9b9b; --postBodyLink-VisitedLinkColor: #989898; }

      reply to u/Efficient_Earth_8773 at https://www.reddit.com/r/Zettelkasten/comments/15fjb97/does_anyone_has_its_zettelkasten_in_google_docs/

      Experimenting can be interesting. I've tried using spreadsheet software like Google Sheets or Excel which can be simple and useful methods that don't lose significant functionality. I did separate sheets for zettels, sources, and the index. Each zettel had it's own row with with a number, title, contents, and a link to a source as well as the index.

      Google Docs might be reasonably doable, but the linking portion may be one of the more difficult affordances to accomplish easily or in a very user-centric fashion. It is doable though: https://support.google.com/docs/answer/45893?hl=en&co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop, and one might even mix Google Docs with Google Sheets? I could see Sheets being useful for creating an index and or sources while Docs could be used for individual notes as well. It's all about affordances and ease of use. Text is a major portion of having and maintaining a zettelkasten, so by this logic anything that will allow that could potentially be used as a zettelkasten. However, it helps to think about how one will use it in practice on a day-to-day basis. How hard will it be to create links? Search it? How hard will it be when you've got thousands of "slips"? How much time will these things take as it scales up in size?

      A paper-based example: One of the reasons that many pen and paper users only write on one side of their index cards is that it saves the time of needing to take cards out and check if they do or don't have writing on the back or remembering where something is when it was written on the back of a card. It's a lot easier to tip through your collection if they're written only on the front. If you use an alternate application/software what will all these daily functions look like compounded over time? Does the software make things simpler and easier or will it make them be more difficult or take more time? And is that difficulty and time useful or not to your particular practice? Historian and author David McCullough prefers a manual typewriter over computers with keyboards specifically because it forces him to slow down and take his time. Another affordance to consider is how much or little work one may need to put into using it from a linking (or not) perspective. Using paper forces one to create a minimum of at least one link (made by the simple fact of filing it next to another) while other methods like Obsidian allow you to too easily take notes and place them into an infinitely growing pile of orphaned notes. Is it then more work to create discrete links later when you've lost the context and threads of potential arguments you might make? Will your specific method help you to regularly review through old notes? How hard will it be to mix things up for creativity's sake? How easy/difficult will it be to use your notes for writing/creating new material, if you intend to use it for that?

      Think about how and why you'd want to use it and which affordances you really want/need. Then the only way to tell is to try it out for a bit and see how one likes/doesn't like a particular method and whether or not it helps to motivate you in your work. If you don't like the look of an application and it makes you not want to use it regularly, that obviously is a deal breaker. One might also think about how difficult/easy import/export might be if they intend to hop from one application to another. Finally, switching applications every few months can be self-defeating, so beware of this potential downfall as you make what will eventually need to be your ultimate choice. Beware of shiny object syndrome or software that ceases updating in just a few years without easy export.

  3. May 2023
    1. js /** * This component is just a Box with border. * It serves as an example of how you can incorporate * components together. * * Component also has slots, methods and events. * * @component * @example <caption>Basic usage just with the default slot</caption> * <Box> * I am inside a slot * </Box> * * @example <caption>Using second component inside</caption> * <Box> * <ProgressBar :spent="spent" :remaining="50"></ProgressBar> * </Box> * * @example <caption>Example of passing an entire component in a preview</caption> * { * template: `<Box> * <ProgressBar :spent="spent" :remaining="50"></ProgressBar> * <ProgressBar :spent="50" :remaining="50" style="margin-top: 20px"></ProgressBar> * </Box>`, * data: function() { * return {spent: 223}; * } * } */ export default { name: "Box", props: { /** * This will be in the header */ title: { type: String, default: "My box" } }, methods: { /** * Also, you can describe methods for each component * the same as you would do this in regular @jsdoc * documented file * * @param {string} prop1 some example property * @param {string} prop2 other property */ exampleMethod(prop1, prop2) { // method body // The method could even throw an event /** * This event could be thrown by component in case * of some kind of unexpected behaviour. * * @category API * @event unexpectedEvent */ this.$emit('unexpecteEvent') } } }

  4. Mar 2023
    1. Unable to see a previous version of your file? The revisions for your file may occasionally be merged to save storage space. Note: If you don't have permission to edit a file, you won't be able to see the version history.

      In other words, Google Docs can't be relied on for versioning.

  5. Jan 2023
    1. It is not a bad plan for two or more students to meet at stated intervals and compare their notes . The lecture can be discussed so that thepoints omitted or not fully understood can be placed correctly in the notebook against the final test . The chance for error is greatly decreased inthis way and, besides , the discussion greatly aids the memory so that thework of studying from the notes is lessened . In at least one instance wherethe speaker delivered his lecture very rapidly several students arrangedto take his points in relays ; that is, since there was scarcely time for oneman to get all, one man could take the first point, another the second, andso on. These men occupied seats close together so that an exchange ofsignals was possible. Afterwards they discussed each lecture and puttheir notes together.

      Apparently sharing/comparing notes was reasonable advice in 1910 including the idea of in-class signals for splitting up note taking amongst multiple people.

      Compare this to shared notes (Google Docs, Etherpad, etc.) in modern context with multiple people doing simultaneous notes.

  6. Nov 2022
    1. Swagger is a tool implementing the Open API specification which defines a standard, language-agnostic interface for describing HTTP-based APIs.
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  11. Dec 2020
    1. Deployment of Project Pages from /docs folder on main branch

      Deployment of Project Pages from /docs folder on main branch.

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  15. Mar 2020
    1. I usually write in Google's online word processor Google Docs, even when noting the company's shortcomings. This article is different: it was drafted in a similar but more private service called Graphite Docs.
  16. Dec 2019
    1. Rubydoc.info can automatically fetch and rebuild your docs from your github project everytime you commit! To add a post-receive (commit) hook to Github, simply select the official Rubydoc.info service hook from the list of service hooks in your project settings.
  17. Mar 2019
    1. AMR in 120 Seconds

      This YouTube video is a quick overview of the SAMR model of instruction essential for universal design. "S" stands for substitution - New tech replaces old material but does not change text. "A" stands for augmentation - students work to complete a task such as on google docs. "M" stands for modification - tech is used to redesign part of task and transform learning. Ex. google docs comment feature provides instant feedback. "R" stands for redefinition - design and create new tasks. Ex. communicating across world through google docs, discussing it through google voice and recording it all as presentation. Rating 10/10

  18. Jun 2018
    1. grazie ad Andrea Borruso ( @aborruso )

      a questo link è illustrata la procedura per realizzare l'embedding di hypothes.is all'interno di un documento Read the Docs. Una comoda utilità per consentire la partecipazione online alla redazione di un documento, postando il commento direttamente nella parola o rigo di interesse del commentatore.

  19. May 2018
  20. docs.opsgenie.com docs.opsgenie.com
    1. Team admins without account owner/admin rights can access, create, modify and delete integrations, escalations and schedules only if the configuration belongs to a team that this user is admin of. However, they cannot assign these configurations into another team and they cannot convert these configurations into global.

      Note that this means that you'd have to duplicate rules/integrations since the highest level of control is a single Team. Would be useful (not sure if this has the capability though) to be able to have a higher level of control over a specific subset of teams?

    1. Run the steps in the post section reg

      This may be pedantic but I think this wording can be a bit confusing, since doesn't it only run the steps inside the always (i.e. the condition block)? Otherwise it would run steps defined outside of this block as well.


      post {
        always {
         // only steps here would run
      // but this is still the post section so if steps here
      // were defined, it shouldn't run AFAIK
  21. Nov 2017
  22. Oct 2017
    1. len

      len(s) is built-in function

      Return the length (the number of items) of an object. The argument may be a sequence (such as a string, bytes, tuple, list, or range) or a collection (such as a dictionary, set, or frozen set).

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  25. Dec 2015
    1. jupyterhub Multi-user notebook for organizations with plugglable authentication and scalability. Documentation | Repo

      An asset for education. Using notebooks in the classroom.