Continuing research in CorpKnowPedia. Slowly but steadily now that we have mysql backups.
At CorpKnowPedia. I've asked them for MySQL dumps of old and cur tables so that what happened at Recyclopedia doesn't happen again. CorpKnowPedia is much more viable as an information source and may be of great importance to Consumerium operations.
Today I've been sorting publicly traded / not traded assets on CorpKnowPedia but there is a long way to go.
Here is the complete search term listing from our access.log (httpd) with numbers of accesses (clicks)
#reqs: search term -----: ----------- 98: near field communication 78: wiki implementations (Alternate wiki-implementations) 74: price premium 73: gtin 70: consumerium 62: types of companies 50: chat code 46: systematic bias 39: Gus Kouwenhoven 37: sa8000 35: simple english 34: Advertisement Video 29: economic choice 27: gpl explained 26: political spectrum 24: political consumerism 24: list of controversial topics 22: 3gpp files 22: wiki code 21: barcode standards
This is a list of references by search phrase by an external search such as Google. Note that some links use capitalization opposite to the visible link text.
- The way NFC has shot up in the search phrase straight to the top indicates a buzz on this technology
Today is Juxo's day off
- That is, mainly fixing typos of OurAnswer sysop who can't obviously write two lines in English without inserting three errors! P.
Seems the word is spreading today I grepped through Analog analysis of httpd.log and there were 91 distinct top level domains or TLDs that had accessed Consumerium.
Working on CorpKnowPedia.
I've been doing some work on CorpKnowPedia. It needs your help too and it may turn out to be of great value to Consumerium in the future. Consumerpedia on the other hand seems to have stalled after just starting out.
- You mean GFDL Corpus, and yes, you're right.
we don't care worry about them ripping us off like we originally planned to do to what is now known as Wikimedia. I'm sad that our trolls have receded to calling user-accounts, people or semi-people, trollherd or whatever you want or facsists and racists on Consumerium. Consumerium:Itselfs inability to react promptly to such accusations is a disgrace.
- The Lowest Troll did in fact respond at Talk:Wikimedia and was refuted - obviously wrong on many counts about the rules of meta, who wrote the material, why it was deleted, and who originated the terms. Erik Moeller is an enemy - there is now apparently a "troll jihad" against him, maybe for his overt political opposition to w:consensus decision making - something he ignorantly announces on his own w:User:Eloquence page (having obviously not read the article which answers all his made-up "concerns", at least, until he performs sysop vandalism on that article too, to "make his opinion correct" as seems to be his habit). But the only obvious racist is EN: Wikipedia: User: RickK. There are three or four obvious fascists, but, they may only be fascists in this one silly online context. All "accusations" have been backed up with exact quoted evidence, unlike the ones they make with thelir echo chamber. And all of this is only relevant "here" insofar as it determines who not to work with (like Wikimedia.
- The real shame is that Wikimedia exists at all. It is an extreme disgrace.
Mental note to add w:Packaging and labelling to somewhere. Right now I'm going to go to the movies. Today I've been writing about Consumerpedia and CorpKnowPedia in Wikipedia and the other way around.
- Good move; getting more people into those projects, particularly more who can undo stupid sysop decisions by User:DanKeshet, is critical to their survival.
Trolls suggest filling out Consumerium:Contributor interests so that important economics, math, ecology topics are all covered at least, by end of April. In May we should have a full analysis and good idea of the path.
I'm taking a couple of days off from this due to exhaustion.