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And you can avoid merge conflicts by adding entries to your .gitattributes file:
Lots and lots of content to digest from this workshop in June. I'm really excited to see IPLD, which brings actual URNs to life.
From this model we conclude that after the first year of publishing, nearly 11% of shared resources will be lost and after that we will continue to lose 0.02% per day.
Conceptual VR Search UI from 2001. GopherVR had a bunch of neat things. Hulk jumps, stonehenge, spiral stonehenge. We used the open source Doom code to implement the software and a lot of graph paper to make the 3d models..
Here's the executive summary for Forms Nirvana from an old design doc:
This document describes an open-architecture forms routing and approval system suitable for routing requests through a multi-person authorization chain. Once a request has been authorized, the completed request can be automagically submitted to another system (for example, the financial system for posting to the general ledger). While WWW is initially envisioned as the vehicle for user interaction with the system, the request routing logic is separated from user presentation so that other technologies (such as E-mail with digital signatures) can be used as well. Provisions are also made for entities other than human signers to be part of the authorization chain, so consistency checks can be automatically applied to the form's content.
I suspect these are simple bluetooth low energy beacons. Will find out more on my next visit. I have to wonder about the cost-benefit of these. It seems like you should already have a regular schedule for cleaning. So that leaves out-of-band events. Seems like a sign with a phone number for call/text would have worked as well...
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