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tracydurnell[d] @chrisaldrich good point about categories and tags - I've heard of people keeping an index for paper books but that seems much harder to maintain versus typing a few extra words in a box at the same time as posting 😉 (Have you read Piranesi? An index and set of notebooks figures into the story.) I like the random post feed, that's a fun way to look back and jog your memory!
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[tantek] personal library << Pre-indieweb example of a personal library and index/catalog: 2019-04-10 The Guardian: [https://www.theguardian.com/books/2019/apr/10/extraordinary-500-year-old-library-catalogue-reveals-books-lost-to-time-libro-de-los-epitomes 'Extraordinary' 500-year-old library catalogue reveals books lost to time] / The Libro de los Epítomes was a catalogue for Hernando Colón’s 16th-century collection, which he intended to be
Loqi ok, I added "Pre-indieweb example of a personal library and index/catalog: 2019-04-10 The Guardian: [https://www.theguardian.com/books/2019/apr/10/extraordinary-500-year-old-library-catalogue-reveals-books-lost-to-time-libro-de-los-epitomes 'Extraordinary' 500-year-old library catalogue reveals books lost to time] / The Libro de los Epítomes was a catalogue for Hernando Colón’s 16th-century collection, which he intended to be " to the "See Also" section of /personal_library https://indieweb.org/wiki/index.php?diff=77514&oldid=76709
[chrisaldrich] I thought that article looked familiar: https://boffosocko.com/2019/04/20/extraordinary-500-year-old-library-catalogue-reveals-books-lost-to-time-the-guardian/ 😉
[chrisaldrich] tracydurnell, quite often archaeologists will find long forgotten or missing texts hiding in old genizah. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genizah. This is sort of reminiscent to searching my unpublished posts and finding hidden gems that I hadn't quite finished and probably should have just published in the first place.
[chrisaldrich] My read posts have a field for the publisher which gets picked up if it's marked up on the page or if I manually add it. I haven't gotten around to indexing them for search or display like that yet, but I often do bulk searches on the entire back end to pull up things like that example, which looked very familiar to me.
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[chrisaldrich] tracydurnell, on the topic of categories/tags, I recently added a public index to my site of all my categories and tags: https://boffosocko.com/2021/09/04/an-index-for-my-digital-commonplace-book/. It's a bit easier than using the older admin view and I'm using it more than I initially expected.
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Loqi archive in the context of the indieweb refers to date-grouped (often monthly) sets of posts (AKA personal historical archives, a common form of temporal navigation), but can sometimes mean archival copy, a copy of a web page made (often by someone other than the author) at a particular point in time https://indieweb.org/archive_page
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[tantek] capjamesg[d], when you're implementing receiving & displaying reacji on your posts, please take notes on what was not obvious and what could be clearer on https://indieweb.org/reacji#How_to_receive_and_display_reacjis
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