I'm mostly an open content geek: recording all that can be in the digital memex (i.e the Wikimedia universe); mapping and walking in Fremantle (for OpenStreetMap); striving for a bit of simplicity; and now and then building bits of wooden furniture by hand.
The curly-quotes discussion has ended, and in favour of using them (consistently within a work)! The MoS has been updated to:
Use a consistent style of quotation marks (“straight” or “curly”) within a given work. It is recommended to use “straight” quotes in works where there are a large number of contributing editors, since consistent use of “curly” quotes may be difficult to achieve.
Morrison: Don’t worry kids, you’ll still have an economy to live in. It’ll be a shit economy where you scrabble in the dust for meagre resources while the rich hunt you for sport from their floating pleasure ships. But it will still be an economy. https://t.co/5k69IRjFc2
One of the four legs of the metalworking bench was recently sacrificed to make a post for the new letterbox, and so the bench is rather on hold for now. Which is a total relief! Because those bits of jarrah were really a bit rough anyway for the bench I’ve got in mind, with too many holes and rotten bits. So I can now move down the list and get working on the jarrah work stand (or one of… I’ve only got enough timber for one, which will be supremely useless without its mate, but I’m sure I can find more wood for the 2nd stand).
I’ve had to give up on my camera because it’s battery has died. So I’m stuck with the phone. Although, there’s something good too about being able to describe photos as soon as I take them, rather than waiting and maybe forgetting why i took them.
Like this strange rusty bouy thing on the beach, but probably this is a bad photo and shouldn’t be used.
Heading back to the Settlement now, and I’ve stopped at the army jetty to have a look at it now that the unsafe concrete decking has been demolished. It’s a bit boring now, just a groyne, but good that it’s nit going to squash anyone I guess!
Another good point from Lucas Billett: “Define the wiki community as the people who are allowed to see the content.” Turns the usual corporate objection to MediaWiki on its head. The communities are usually much larger than and of fewer number than at first though.