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  1. Jun 2021
    1. DID infrastructure can be thought of as a global key-value database in which the database is all DID-compatible blockchains, distributed ledgers, or decentralized networks. In this virtual database, the key is a DID, and the value is a DID document. The purpose of the DID document is to describe the public keys, authentication protocols, and service endpoints necessary to bootstrap cryptographically-verifiable interactions with the identified entity.

      DID infrastructure can be thought of as a key-value database.

      The database is a virtual database consisting of various different blockchains.

      The key is the DID and the value is the DID document.

      The purpose of the DID document is to hold public keys, authentication protocols and service endpoints necessary to bootstrap cryptographically-verifiable interactions with the identified entity.

  2. May 2021
    1. we must shed our outdated concept of a document. We need to think in terms of flexible jumping and viewing options. The objects assembled into a document should be dealt with explicitly as representaions of kernel concepts in the authors' minds, and explicit structuring options have to be utilized to provide a much enhanced mapping of the source concept structures.

      This seems like the original concept that Microsoft's Fluid document framework is based on. And Apple's earlier OpenDoc project.

    1. I like the idea in theory, however it doesn’t feel very robust – you are relying on the layout of the page in question. Many authors regularly revisit articles and add new sections and paragraphs. Now your #h2:3 link points to a previous section. (This is far less likely to happen with IDs.)
  3. Apr 2021
  4. Mar 2021
    1. Veränderbarkeit,

      Bereits hier vorne im Text sollte kurz betont werden, dass Veränderbarkeit ermöglicht werden kann, aber nicht muss bzw. dass Veränderlichkeit in ein festgelegtes Verhältnis zur dauerhaftigen Zitierfähigkeit tritt, z.B. durch Versionierung und damit neue Formen der Werksintegrität entstehen. Denn das ist nach wie vor einer der polemischen Anwürfe, dass die Zitierfähigkeit digitaler Publikationen nicht gegeben sei, weil sie ja unkontrolliert vreändert werden könnten. Das wird zwar später im Text genauer ausgeführt. Trotzdem sollte "Veränderbarkeit" präziser operationalisiert werden.

  5. Feb 2021
    1. Note: This question has been edited since it was asked. The original title was "Test whether a glob has any matches in bash". The specific shell, 'bash', was dropped from the question after I published my answer. The editing of the question's title makes my answer appear to be in error. I hope someone can amend or at least address this change.
    1. i2c, Inc.                  ATTN: Rob Seiler                  100 Redwood Shores Parkway                  Suite 100                  Redwood City, CA 94065
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    1. Although one thing you want to avoid is using frames in such a manner that the content of the site is in the frame and a menu is outside of the frame. Although this may seem convienient, all of your pages become unbookmarkable.
    1. Iframes can have similar issues as frames and inconsiderate use of XMLHttpRequest: They break the one-document-per-URL paradigm, which is essential for the proper functioning of the web (think bookmarks, deep-links, search engines, ...).
    2. The most striking such issue is probably that of deep linking: It's true that iframes suffer from this to a lesser extent than frames, but if you allow your users to navigate between different pages in the iframe, it will be a problem.
  6. Dec 2020
  7. Oct 2020
    1. By wrapping a stateful ExternalModificationDetector component in a Field component, we can listen for changes to a field's value, and by knowing whether or not the field is active, deduce when a field's value changes due to external influences.

      Clever.

      By wrapping a stateful ExternalModificationDetector component in a Field component

      I think you mean wrapping a Field in a ExternalModificationDetector. Or wrapping a ExternalModificationDetector around a Field component.

    1. The Office of Police Oversight has some of the most viewed pages on Alpha. Since April 2020, the number of documents grew exponentially, requiring us to make some changes to the viewing structure. We added "collections" as a way to group like documents together, and have made the documents searchable. Keyword and date search will be available in October 2020.

      Official document use & style guide

  8. Sep 2020
  9. Aug 2020
    1. Equivalent to role="region". Content that needs extra context from its parent sectioning element to make sense. This is a generic sectioning element that is used whenever it doesn’t make sense to use the other more semantic ones.
    2. Content that is self-contained in that it makes sense on its own when taken out of context. That could mean a widget, a blog post or even a comment within a blog post.
  10. Jul 2020
    1. "that text has been removed from the official version on the Apache site." This itself is also not good. If you post "official" records but then quietly edit them over time, I have no choice but to assume bad faith in all the records I'm shown by you. Why should I believe anything Apache board members claim was "minuted" but which in fact it turns out they might have just edited into their records days, weeks or years later? One of the things I particularly watch for in modern news media (where no physical artefact captures whatever "mistakes" are published as once happened with newspapers) is whether when they inevitably correct a mistake they _acknowledge_ that or they instead just silently change things.
    1. Note that ONLYOFFICE Document Server does not contain any document management system. ONLYOFFICE online editors (Document Server) can be: integrated with various cloud storage platforms like Confluence, Alfresco, Nextcloud, ownCloud, Seafile, SharePoint, HumHub, Plone, etc.
    1. I crumpled up the letter in my pocket, and forgot it the moment after, in the all-absorbing interest of my coming interview with Rachel.

      Here is another document to keep track of. What would Mr. Candy want to say to Franklin?

  11. Jun 2020
    1. XML Topic Maps will be put online in that fashion, and thus, that book will become a living document.
    1. Documents in Cloud Firestore should be lightweight, and a chat room could contain a large number of messages
    2. documents support extra data types and are limited in size to 1 MB
    3. In Cloud Firestore, the unit of storage is the document. A document is a lightweight record that contains fields, which map to values. Each document is identified by a name.
  12. May 2020
  13. Apr 2020
  14. Dec 2019
  15. Sep 2019
    1. Documentality thus serves as a unifying concept to the inscription of acts

      ideas tied to materiality

    2. Maurizio Ferraris’ theory of documentality, which is centered on the document as an essential element of humanity

      document-centrism!

      homo-documentum!

    3. Document-Instrument

      ontological fusion between the document and the instrument

    4. The Aims of Organized Documentation consist in being able to offer documented information on any order of fact and knowledge: 1° universal as to their purpose; 2° truthful; 3° complete; 4° fast; 5° up to date; 6° easy to obtain; 7° collected in advance and ready to be communicated; 8° made available to the greatest number of people (Otlet, 1934, p. 6).

      characteristics of a good document

  16. Jun 2019
    1. highScores.length

      you have not yet described any of the functions. you really should before you introduce them. Or at least give a comment. Put a link to where they can check these out. Especially critical when you get to 2d arrays..

  17. May 2019
    1. Virtually all BPMs have utilities for creating simple, data-gathering forms. And in many types of workflows, these simple forms may be adequate. However, in any workflow that includes complex document assembly (such as loan origination workflows), BPM forms are not likely to get the job done. Automating the assembly of complex documents requires ultra-sophisticated data-gathering forms, which can only be designed and created after the documents themselves have been automated. Put another way, you won't know which questions need to be asked to generate the document(s) until you've merged variables and business logic into the documents themselves. The variables you merge into the document serve as question fields in the data gathering forms. And here's the key point - since you have to use the document assembly platform to create interviews that are sophisticated enough to gather data for your complex documents, you might as well use the document assembly platform to generate all data-gathering forms in all of your workflows.
  18. Mar 2019
  19. Feb 2019
    1. savoirs et savoir-faire

      on ajoute parfois un troisième pan au triptyque des "savoirs" = les savoirs, le savoir-faire et le faire-savoir, qui rencontre un écho dans le graphique du chapitre suivant dans les trois dimensions du document. Les savoirs sont la dimension historique, le savoir-faire le juridique et enfin, et surtout, le faire-savoir, la dimension pédagogique

  20. Jan 2019
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    1. An HTML element is an individual component of an HTML document or web page, once this has been parsed into the Document Object Model.

      Know the Document Object Model.

  22. Nov 2017
    1. if cross-format identifiers like DOIs are used, annotations made in one format (eg, EPUB) can be seen in the same document published in other formats (eg, HTML, PDF) and in other locations.

      Whaa..? This sounds seriously hard. But remarkably clever.

  23. Feb 2017
    1. By most contemporary standards the document is an object (physical or electronic) on which information is recorded. It would thus have two dimensions, the medium and the content. But this dual presentation is insufficient: it obscures the social function that lends the documentary function to both medium and contents. A good illustration of this ambiguity can be found in the legal framework for information technology of Quebec.4 Quebec law is interesting in this respect because, it tries to define a document beyond the medium it uses by paying attention to information. We can read in Article 3 of the 2001 law this definition: Information inscribed on a medium constitutes a document. The information is delimited and structured, according to the medium used, by tangible or logical features and is intelligible in the form of words, sounds or images. On the face of it, this passage defines a document only in terms of its medium and of its contents. These contents, moreover, are viewed as independent of the medium. But the appearance is deceptive. On the one hand, it is precisely because the document has a function-that of transmission of evidence-that we need a law to define it. We must, indeed, be sure that the object we are talking about will perform this function in the new digital environment. On the other hand, it is indeed because the content can pass from one medium to another that Quebec has tried to define in law the link between one and the other to ensure that the documentary function is preserved.

      very interesting contemporary legal view of what is a document

  24. Feb 2016
    1. How were human beings created? • Where did they obtain their knowledge, and how did they provide for themselves?

      1) Human beings were created by birth from mother and father.

      2) The father passed on his offspring and that his how they gained knowledge.

    2. What was the source of life? • What were the differences between Earth-mother and Sky-father? • Where did the moon and stars come from?

      1) The animals were taking care of humans that were in need of help.

      2) The difference was day and night. The mother and father both created the light and darkness in the day. Bringing the moon, sun and earth.

      3) The sky-father created the moon and stars for the night time.

    3. How did human beings arrive in the world? • How were animals helpful? • What did twins do to create the world?

      1) The humans fell from heaven and came into the world with animals. 2) Animals cared for the human when she was ill and gave her a place to stay until she was healed. 3) The twins traveled the world to create environments and climates that humans could live in. This lead to mountains, trees, lakes, forest, rivers, etc.

  25. Sep 2015
  26. Feb 2015
    1. There was a point many years ago now when the web looked like it would be for documents. It would be structured and organized, and everything could be linkable.

      ...and I want this Web back...