What is this site?
Welcome to the Encyclosphere project wiki! It's not another encyclopedia. It's a site about the network of all the encyclopedias we call the Encyclosphere, organized by the Knowledge Standards Foundation.
Project participants, please document your work here, in generous detail!
Projects: things you are building (such as websites, software, collections, videos, etc.)
Processes: ongoing tasks (regular writing, software maintenance, irregular communication, etc.)
Who is this wiki for? It is for employees, contractors, and volunteers with the Knowledge Standards Foundation, but certainly also for other participants in the Encyclosphere project.
Does this site replace Encyclosphere.org? Not at all. That site is a public-facing intro to the project. This site helps participants get organized.
- Proposal: Request for Comments (RFC) Process for KSF
- Sergei created ZWIWeb. It can make a ZWI file from any webpage. He says it needs a lot of work, but the prototype proves ZWI files can be opened inside EncycloReader. He warns that these ZWI files are unreasonably large since the include a lot of web components. Follow-up in Mattermost.
- Latest meeting notes: 2024-02-23
- Tutorial: How to create an article in the ZWI file format
- Proposal: A general strategy for decentralized knowledge standards
- Proposal: Information blogging guidelines
- Proposal: Christian meta-encyclopedia project idea
(So new it's in the future!) next regular virtual meeting will be Friday 2024-03-01 at 2pm U.S. Eastern time. Click https://encyclosphere.org/meet to join. We'll have project updates and discussion. Everyone is welcome! You do not need a mic or a camera to participate, but at a minimum you'll need a speaker to hear the conversation. Video stream viewing capability recommended.