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I have reconciled myself to the idea of having one gazillion tasks in
my planner pages and am coming to think that this is actually a Good
Thing. To wit, it allows me to prioritize tasks, postpone tasks to
arbitrary dates, and have really funky hyperlinks. I still have to
think of how to make remember.el store proper entries in newsgroups or
mailboxes, as Japanese localization screws things up. =) When I've got
that set up, I'll use planner.el for tasks and a summary of notes,
links to the actual entries for more details, and publish RSS feeds of
the whole thing every so often. I think it will be quite fun.
Another thinko: just realized that either maildir or a directory of
small XML files would be a great way to store my little factoids. Plus
points if it could be published to a blog or RSS feed,
multi-directional sync... I realized I don't really need categories as
long as I can do searches. In fact, searches are more powerful.
Storing the entries in separate files will let me use the remembrance
agent, too. Yay!
I should really look into those augmented memory systems for personal
contacts. I want something that can keep track of how I know someone
("We were classmates in grade 4" or "We met at the 4th National
Learning Styles Conference"), the first time I met them, the last time
I met them (and what we talked about), what their current interests
and future plans are... It should be easy to look up my correspondence
with someone or a history of our meetings. Hmmm. Possible project idea
there - it's something that can be tested on the desktop and it has
commercial value (CRM?). Something similar probably already exists. =)
Today we did a summary of all the things we've taken up so far. Their
system design (use cases, class diagrams, collaboration diagrams,
assorted notes) are due tomorrow, and they've done most of the work in
their project already. All that's left is implementation and testing.
I think they can do it in the time they have left...
top - feedback CS215 and the submission system
As part of my instructional software design class (CS215 under Dr.
Rodrigo), I'm working on a system to make collaboration easier. I
encourage my students to share files. Currently, students upload their
code to our Yahoogroups-hosted mailing list. We have a hard time
keeping track of activity, however, and namespace collisions are a
pain. I'm thinking of extending the online submission system to
support collaboration. Because this is an ISD class, not a software
engineering class, I also need to carefully think about how it can
support collaboration inside and outside the classroom. What are my
curricular goals? What will this help students achieve? How is this
different from mailing lists and WebCT?
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