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I realize that while this site is connected into AnagoraAnagora
An AgoraAgora
Welcome to [[boris mann]]’s section of the agora!
We’re experimenting with [[Connecting to the Agora]], and what some of the configurations and conventions are. The [[Anagora]] page has my notes and feature requests.
implementation by @Flancian.
The concept is to have nodes / notes where people maintain their own digital notes garden like I do here, but then pull them in and link them through their public git repos. Aka a “distributed knowledge graph”.
The [[Agora Plan]]1 page has more details. It is written in [[Python]] / Flask and is open source under the [[Apache2 License]].

This site is [[Connecting to the Agora]] as of January 24th, 2021

Features and Documentation
https://anagora.org/...
(but that’s an instance, so I should be saying AgoraAgora
Welcome to [[boris mann]]’s section of the agora!
We’re experimenting with [[Connecting to the Agora]], and what some of the configurations and conventions are. The [[Anagora]] page has my notes and feature requests.
instead?) that I don’t really know how it works! Or what the special features are!

For instance, this post will be imported there, under “my” node. How does someone, while writing in their agora, link to Agora FAQAgora FAQ
I realize that while this site is connected into [[Anagora]] (but that’s an instance, so I should be saying [[Agora]] instead?) that I don’t really know how it works! Or what the special features are!
What markup do I use to link to a “global” node? A particular user’s node?
For instance, this post will be imported there, under “my” node. How does someone, while writing in their agora, link to [[Agora FAQ]]?
Ideally I don’t want to have to break my flow and go look up a link. So, within some ...
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Ideally I don’t want to have to break my flow and go look up a link. So, within some bounds of acceptable markup across different agora engines and their plain text representation in Git, what should this look like?

What Markdown features are supported? What non-Markdown features do I need to know about?

Footnotes are not (currently) supported. See my GogglesGoggles
The full title is GOGGLES: Democracy dies in darkness, and so does the Web. Authored by the [[Brave]] Search Team.
Abstract
This paper proposes an open and collaborative system by which a community, or a single user, can create sets of rules and filters, called Goggles, to define the space which a search engine can pull results from. Instead of a single ranking algorithm, we could have as many as needed, overcoming the biases that a single actor (the search engine) embeds into the results. Tr...
node in the agora for footnote examples.

What engines are supported? What engines do people currently run?

Anything whose source is Markdown pages in Git can be imported.

  • JekyllJekyll
    Set env variable PAGES_REPO_NWO to build on [[Netlify]]
    Set the environment variable PAGES_REPO_NWO to a repo such as spadebuilders/EIPs if you want to have Jekyll sites build on Netlify.
    Posts by Year

    {% for post in site.posts %}
    {% capture current_year %}{{ post.date | date: "%Y" }}{% endcapture %}
    {% if current_year != previous_year %}
    {% unless forloop.first %}
    </ul>
    {% endunless %}
    <h2>{{ current_year }}</h2>
    <ul>
    {% assign...
    : @bmann

This is clearly a collaborative doc that should probably be an EtherPad linked to the Agora FAQ page