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  1. Nov 2018
    1. taken

      Another sample H5P activity:

      <iframe allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen" frameborder="0" height="288" src="https://h5p.org/h5p/embed/1405?x=7" width="1027"></iframe>

    1. This is an annotation I made.

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    1. wildcard_uri

      This is the critical enabler for sitewide notification.

    1. Are we still interested in a follow-up post that illustrates recipes for notification based on this new capability?

      /cc @nateangell, @katelyn, @dwhly

  2. Oct 2018
    1. Today, because we rely on copy-and-paste to surface such assets in new contexts, we lack the ability to maintain consistency and track provenance.

      That's an aspect of LiveClipboard that I don't think I considered at the time:

      https://www.infoworld.com/article/2657943/applications/microsoft-builds-bridges-with-live-clipboard.html

    1. Researchers from seven institutions of higher learning will begin enrolling students this fall in a new research project, “Digital Annotation Tools in the College Classroom: An Analysis of the Impact of Hypothesis on Student Reading and Writing Competency.”

      @jeremydean, are you in touch with these teachers? It would be interesting to watch this activity if they can provide urls or tags we can follow.

  3. Sep 2018
    1. lynchpin

      I've never seen this spelling.

      According to http://grammarist.com/spelling/linchpin-lynchpin/, it's " a somewhat common variant, its first syllable’s association with the unrelated verb lynch perhaps counts against it."

    1. enableExperimentalNewNoteButton¶ Boolean - Controls whether the experimental New Note button should be shown in the notes tab in the sidebar. (Default: false). true - The button is shown. false - The button is not shown.
  4. Aug 2018
    1. Overall Credibility

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    1. Secondly, we were looking for a protocol that did not rely solely on identifying users via public/private crypto keys.
    2. the use of HTTP Basic or Digest Auth, and relying on Bearer Tokens as an authentication mechanism

      What are common pitfalls with this technique?

  5. developer.mozilla.org developer.mozilla.org
    1. This feature has been removed from the Web standards. Though some browsers may still support it, it is in the process of being dropped. Avoid using it and update existing code if possible; see the compatibility table at the bottom of this page to guide your decision. Be aware that this feature may cease to work at any time.
    1. Note: Several browser vendors (Chrome, Firefox) have removed support for the KEYGEN element, on which WebID-TLS relied for in-browser certificate generation.
    1. In Solid, certificate creation is typically done in the browser using the HTML5 keygen element, to provide a one-step creation and certificate publication user experience.
    1. Lorem ipsum

      Title Representativeness

      Does the title of the article accurately reflect the content of the article?

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      <div>[ "1.02.01:Completely Unrepresentative", "1.02.02:Somewhat Unrepresentative", "1.02.03:Somewhat Representative", "1.02.04:Completely Representative" ]</div>

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    1. When Russian forces delivered Asam al Alasam, the ISIS Supreme Leader in Iraq, to the American airbase as promised, he had an item with him they did not expect. Al Alasam had a nearly new, unlocked iPhone X. The phone was unscrambled and not secure at all, so it was believed to be a personal and family use phone. Still, the army chief engineer wanted it looked at. After nearly six weeks of unblocking text and manipulating code, they found a hidden phone list with direct numbers to some of the most powerful men on the planet. Al Alasam had Barack Obama, Justin Trudeau, Malcolm Reynolds, Sandy Batt AND President Dale Goff all on speed dial. Just knowing Sandy Batt is a crime in Russia.
    1. Overall Credibility

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    2. Home construction per household is now at its lowest levels in nearly six decades, according to researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
    3. How School Walkouts Test Student Rights And School Responsibilities

      Title Representativeness

      How is the title unrepresentative? (select all that apply)

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      <div>[ "1.03.01:Title is on a different topic than the body", "1.03.02:Title emphasizes different information than the body", "1.03.03:Title carries little information about the body", "1.03.04:Title takes a different stance than the body", "1.03.05:Title overstates claims or conclusions in the body", "1.03.06:Title understates claims or conclusions in the body", "1.03.07:Other" ]</div>

      Answer:

      <div>1.03.01, 1.03.05, 1.03.07</div>

    4. How School Walkouts Test Student Rights And School Responsibilities

      Title Representativeness

      Does the title of the article accurately reflect the content of the article?

      Choices:

      <div>[ "1.02.01:Completely Unrepresentative", "1.02.02:Somewhat Unrepresentative", "1.02.03:Somewhat Representative", "1.02.04:Completely Representative" ]</div>

      Answer:

      <div>1.02.02</div>

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      Answer:

      <div>1.01.02</div>

    1. “We’ve seen … company after company after company getting out [of Iran], so there’s no doubt [pressure] is working,” a senior administration official said.
  6. Jul 2018
    1. Straw Man Argument

      The app could link terms like this to definitions, perhaps pointing into a CredCo guidance doc, perhaps using frag ids to deeplink into them.

    2. #Calibrating Confidence

      There may be multiple expert opinions, this question reads like an aggregate judgement about all of them lumped together, is that the intent?

    3. this article

      For testing purposes, what are some sample articles?

    4. title

      This is spec'd as nohighlight but I think it would make sense to capture the title so it's part of the annotation and thus the data set.

    5. headline

      Headline means title?

    1. ./bin/hypothesis --dev groups add-open-group --authority partner.org --name Partner --creator admin --origin http://localhost:5050

      Error: No such command "groups".

      From @lyzadanger

      "You can do it through the admin web UI on the target h instance."

    2. couple of things

      Leave Redirect URL empty for both 1 and 2.

    1. Only for specific auth clients, this API call allows clients with a designated authority to create users within their authority.

      I think this means:

      1. Use the client id and client secret from https://hypothes.is/admin/oauthclients (for an oauth client created with type client_credentials) as the name:password in an basic HTTP auth request, e.g.:

      Authorization: Basic {client id}:{client_secret}

      1. The user is created pre-authenticated, but cannot login directly (https://github.com/hypothesis/h/blob/e7e797e30e8eba76d54be3aafb39f10ef1c53331/h/views/api/users.py#L25)

      As such, this is a building block for a yet-to-be created user provisioning mechanism.

      The Hypothesis LMS app will, presumably. be the first use of that mechanism, will enable auto-provisioning of Hypothesis users, and will enable serving a Hypothesis client that's auto-logged-in to those provisioned accounts.

      If I'm running a website with my own authenticated users, what is the plan to enable my site to deliver the same kind of experience w/respect to Hypothesis?

  7. Jun 2018
    1. Alas, the resulting film, made in association with Pepsi and directed by Charles Stone III, falls into a disappointingly formulaic lull for large stretches, squeezing all spontaneity from the proceedings.
    1. How hard would it be to wrap annotations in a  microformats2 after the api serves up the annotation.

      Should be straightforward.

    1. And in still other cases, assignments may have to be modified or beats changed.

      Test

    1. 7

      not derived from the B, B disappears, goes to epsilon in the follow set of B

      rule 7 makes the capital B disappear

    2. using First()is not sufficien

      soon as you have the idea that capital leters can disappear you find that first is not enough

    3. Top-Down Parsing

      summary slide

    4. > S

      S' is non-terminal so expand

    5. →AyB

      replace with AyB

    6. Example

      not like natural deduction only one way

    7. Example

      not like natural deduction only one way

    8. →AyB

      replace with AyB

    9. > S

      S' is non-terminal so expand

    10. Top-Down Parsing

      summary slide

    11. using First()is not sufficien

      soon as you have the idea that capital leters can disappear you find that first is not enough