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  • Rename this page now that I am making more use of it.
  • Link to GitHub and copy much of the Signature data there.
  • ( ...WayH )
  1. i seem to be able to Edit.
    1. This set of edits seems to not appear. Latency is assumed, since the problem is gone.
  2. It helps to make pages like these accessible via their title.
  3. Beware of apparent Edit latency effects.
  4. Beware of the nested edit effect that comes from using the titleEdit.

[1] (open "List of Ref(erences) ..." to use these links)


The Ultimate Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything.

Please ... "Don't Panic", (catchphrase The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams).

0.1 Intents

In 2022: ...

  • harvest more Wikipedia infrastructure to support:
    • personal Notes, in various Repositories like:
      • Diigo, GitHub, Hypothesis, TiddlyHost, TiddlyWiki (community) Twitter, ...

In spite of my use of ten apparent "chapter" names, I am not planning to write enough text on this page to make a book. :-). Instead of becoming a book ( codex ), this ( HTML ) page aims to become a Wikipedia:Essays instance that is a page of links to potential content for a ( TeX or *.PDF ) book[2].

This page applies principles of Semiosis to a "SymbolsHw" subset of Symbol(s) to increase Information Density ( e.g. ... 🔝 📖 ... ). Additionally, this page contains HyperLinks to other WikiPedia pages that I am reviewing, so that I can surf to various ( e.g. Connections (TV series) ) topics.


  • 2022-12: I am hoping to have refined this page before the end of the year. Then I want to craft an edit Schedule.
    • -11-14: resolving to do an EditPerDay
  • The "List of Ref(erences)" section, at tocHw, must be open or the links will not be active.
  • Ann_Weiser_Cornell shows pagePreview

Current activities ...

Extending this page ...

Digressing by adding a sidebar

Current investigation(s) ...

Occasionally, I get "requests" for information that is of interest to more folks that just the person currently asking. If the information is available here in Wikipedia, I try to build this page into a bit of a FAQ resource. Since these requests are "ad hoc", it is generally difficult to organize them. To compensate for this, I am trying to use various Associative array technologies and constructs, like ... Hypertext ; TiddlyWiki ; TheBrain Technologies ; ...

At present ...


  • Does this Username subPage need to be a template to be included effectively?
  • ...

pending Edits


  • It may be necessary to use a Template in order to get a titled subPage.
  • ...

Pending ...

Current objectives(s) ...


Neuschwanstein Castle
Schloss Neuschwanstein 2013.jpg
General information
Architectural styleRomanesque Revival
LocationHohenschwangau, Germany
Construction started5 September 1869
Completedc. 1886 (opened)
OwnerBavarian Palace Department
Design and construction
Architect(s)Eduard Riedel
Civil engineerEduard Riedel, Georg von Dollmann, Julius Hofmann
Other designersLudwig II, Christian Jank

Additionally ...

  • I am also improving my Wikipedia skills. For example, I am ...
    • evaluating the use of Wikipedia subPages to reduce the need to render this relatively complex page.
    • extending my use of the existing Book capabilities. Special:Book [[2]] [[3]]
    • refining the style of this page
      • This section is becoming too big to edit.
  • Remove at least some of the "hidden" material into the "End notes"[3] chapter.
  • resolve the overlap problem
    • the number of text lines helps, but that is likely a temporary fix.
    • "Preamble notes" still overlaps
Work(s) in progress ...

The "current" work-in-progress consists of ...

Additional text ...
  • "long-term enduring interests" removed to
  • remove this section to Recommendations.*
  • including other markup like references to pages, seems to break this "hidden" template
    • consider using a wikiTable template
  • Assess the point at which this section becomes "To Big To Edit"
    • Link to the WardsWiki page
  • add a navBox for "Current investigation(s)"


Tip of the day...
World of fiction

Our culture is full of fiction, entire fictional universes inhabited by millions of fictional characters. Wikipedia is an encyclopedia that seeks to describe facts and opinions about reality. When writing about fiction, please be sure to establish the necessary context for the reader, so that it is clear that the article describes a fictional entity from a specific work. It is also often a good idea to combine many minor fictional characters or places into a single article about the fictional realm in question, especially when there is only a very limited amount that could be said about each of them.

To add this auto-updating template to your user page, use {{totd3}}

This should be another line.

"technology" editorial notes

Plain text can be appended, although in this case, this section is getting a bit large. It may be reasonable to avoid having to scroll to see the next section.

add a link to the "hidden" template to see if the heading can be left-justified

Hidden text considerations ...

Try to left-justify the heading and its control ...

  • It seems that the first line cannot be a bullet.
  • I can restructure this template call to be more legible in editView than the example was.
  • This seems simple to the point of being elegant.
    • a bit more testing
  • list entries containing links do not fit into a table like this

0.2 Tables


 0. Cover 1. Preamble 2. Contents 3. Summary 4. Introduction 5. Findings 6. Conclusions 7. Recommendations 8. Appendices 9. End_notes 
  • Findings ( Knowledge applied to Decision-making ) supporting ...
  • Conclusions ( regarding ranked options ) crystallizing ...
  • Recommendations (for actions by a Personhood entity, to reach a Goal )
    • note the Diigo Sidebar indicators.
      • create more of these and move some of the isolated content to other repos.

List of Ref(erences) ...
  • review the following "reflist":
  1. ^ endNoteReferences
  2. ^ Wikipedia's ability to print a "book" of its content is quite intriguing. Ideally, it will show me the relative value of a WikiPedia book, a Google gDocs Document, and a TiddlyWiki.
  3. ^ User:HansWobbe#End_notes
  • ...Tn T(ime)n(ext)


  • 2020.02.09: It's past time for me to try to catch up on changes in this environment.
Lede ...

The Preamble or Preface (not a "Foreword") generally identifies ...

  • the major Chapters, contained in a Book design ( and cites their purpose ).
  • the intended Audience for the Book.
  • the Author's intentions in crafting the Book.


  • [1] Multiple Reference lists seem to be possible.
    • Can the second set be positioned explicitly in the same way as the first set?
  • ...


  • WikiPedia knowledge improvement in those Subject areas that interest me.
  • Extending my knowledge of how to edit and design WikiPedia pages.
    • Consider the optimal use of animation as implemented via Navigation boxes.
    • Try to float a userbox on the left.

Communication improvement

Picture of the Day ... PoTd & PoTp

La reine de Chypre
La reine de Chypre (The Queen of Cyprus) is an 1841 grand opera in five acts composed by Fromental Halévy to a French-language libretto by Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges. The libretto was praised by Richard Wagner, who called it "noble, feeling and even new and elevating", although he was critical of Halévy's lapses towards what he called "unsophisticated orchestration". Although he felt the opera did not reach the level of the composer's La Juive, Wagner wrote "the Opéra may congratulate itself on the birth of this work, for it is decidedly the best that has appeared on its boards since Giacomo Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots". George Sand, who was also at the premiere, was less impressed, writing in a letter to Eugène Delacroix: "You did well, old friend, not to go to the Opera. It was boring to death in spite of the magnificence and pomp of the spectacle. I trust your truffles gave you more inspiration than La Reine de Chypre gave to M. Halévy." This illustration, executed in watercolour, gouache and pencil, depicts Charles-Antoine Cambon's set design for Act 5, Scene 2, of the opera's premiere.Illustration credit: Charles-Antoine Cambon; restored by Adam Cuerden

GoTo ...

"Book" publication

  • Wikipedia has a "book" capability that make it possible for me to "publish" an "Anthology of Knowledge (that I've gained)".
  • Pages can be added, but it is not yet clear how to add text to the added pages.
    • Perhaps a few User pages could be incorporated, but the number of these should be kept relatively small.


  • The default style(s) are those in use within WikiPedia. Deviations will be documented in this section.
  • The current "10 chapter" structure is a report template that has evolved to accommodate previous writing needs.
    • In prior works, standard chapter numbers of 0 ... 9 have been used, however WikiMedia generates chapter numbers starting with 1.
      • Compatibility may be sacrificed, unless an "index origin 0" preference setting is found.

  • Navigation within this page is being simplified by using Tables to access its relatively complex structure as efficiently as possible, in a number of different contexts. For example, User:HansWobbe#Key_page_sections

Page layout

  • .../index...
  • the following transclusion did not seem to be happening.
    • but after editing the wrapper, it did.
  • try to find the container ( wrapper ) for the page that is not updating.
/index transclusion

This page is User:HansWobbe/index. It used to transclude User:HansWobbe/template:templateH (deprecated)


  • Templates should likely not include text since that should be in their useCase.
    • confirm this by reviewing the result of invoking this template
      • This might by useful as a type of Help.
  • Note that this way of using a table effectively provides bullets.
  • Nest other tables and NavBoxes, making it possible to focus on page Structure, as opposed to Content.
  • Demonstrate some of the value of having a template for each Chapter of the main User:... page(?_
  • Consider the (accidental) nesting of "Gammatical catergories" before altering this structure.
  • Incorporate parameters.
  • Use Class embellishments.
  • Efficiently nest tables.

template.H (h4)

  • This is an effective refinement.
    • Consider how to make effective use of templates like this.
      • User:HansWobbe/template:templateH
        • is this not a link since it might be recursive?
          • it seems to appear as a link when used elsewhere.
          • there seems to be a propagation delay that gives the appearance of a failed edit.
  • Note that the Edit control(s) for subPages actually skip directly to such MicroContent.
    • Removing content from User:HansWobbe to its subPages should reduce edit response delays.
  1. 2016-11-05: Captured the URL for this section.

  • Expand the use of this type of subPage.
  • I should make the navBox float left though, rather than just constraining it with the enclosing table.

  • review the preceding invocation & Help:template
  • Ideally, it will be possible to use Transclusion of fetch just a specific section of an existing page.
  • It may be a good idea to track examples of the use of subPages by other users, if only to ensure that I do not inadvertently trespass on any Wikipedia policies.
    • since templates appear to be "like pages" and there appears to be some concern about the number of User pages, there might be an expected limit to the number of templates.
      • However, templates do accept parameters and can make use of internal conditional logic.
    • It may be useful to try the ElS css-only animation trick.
  • I am struggling to find my "book" page(s)


This section is just a test of a nested, collapsible table, at this time.

  • Is this the wrapper for ...
This "wikitable outercollapse" does not collapse.
But these tables inside this cell ...
Do collapse
Hiding this part.
This table also expands.
Revealing this part.

More information is available at Help:Table.


Lede ...
  • Try making the Key content a template that can be included here (since that table cannot be pasted effectively).
  • Otherwise ... under development.

Don't overlook this (expandable) Table of User:HansWobbe#Contents (for an over-view of the current structure of this page).

  • Considering the use of Evernote to craft an external Table of Contents for this page.
  • WikiMedia, the WikiEngine that supports this WikiPedia site, is one of the most sophisticated Engines in existence. As such, it provides features and functions that significantly enhance productivity, when used effectively. For example ...
    • The expandable table of Contents, near the top of this section, is just one instance of the available Template support.
      • The ToC can be be limited with respect to the number of levels it shows.
        • This could be exploited by adding navBox structures at the lowest of the displayed levels (the H6 level).
    • Another example is the Navigation box = Wikipedia:A_navbox_on_every_page
    • ...

Key page sections

The section's table is part of a set of evolving navigation aids.

  • This should become a set of navigation anchor references, probably based on raw HTML, in order to start building the next tier of this cascading navigation tool.
  • Wikidata ( which could be structured as a bit of a WikiBook ).
  • Review "wiki Tables" as part of the development of a "local Contents" tool.
  • Review table markup.
A leading semicolon creates a line that is bold ( like a Heading ), but that does not appear in the ToC.
  • Try nesting this table as a cell into the preceding one ...
T(ime) p(ast) T(ime) t(his) T(ime) n(ext)


Lede ...

At this time ...

  • ...
  • Topics & areas of research
    • Travel destinations
    • Government accountability
      • Education
      • Health care
      • Economy
        • Taxation
        • ...
  • Summary structures
    • The Summary generally contains the most important material (regardless of the logical flow of the rest of the document)
      • This may make it possible to use the order R() C() F(), as opposed to Finding Conclusions Recommendations
        • NamedAnchors can also be used to let the Audience choose navigation paths.
  • Page navigation
  • ...

This Summary (section or chapter) is a re-ordered synopsis of the material contained in this Userpage; my evolving exploration of some of the issues affecting the use of wikipedia information. As such its focus is ...

  • My current interests (while retaining previous notes I am likely to extend).
  • structured predominately as the Findings, Conclusions and Recommendations generally found in "reports".
  • ...

The additional chapters tend to provide supporting, contextual information.

More specifically ...

  • Wikipedia's Book creation technology (based on my first impressions) may well be an effective way of producing longer tomes.


Lede ...

... of this Username page ...

This page is ...

  • an evolving exploration of some of the issues affecting the use of information. Consistent with WikiPedia policies for User pages, this page will be used to improve the quality of my contributions to this environment. It will also be kept as small as possible, tending to grow only as needed to structure and support contributions to other WikiPedia pages.
  • a cache of accumulated research notes I intend to use in my contributions, that have not yet been organized. It has a bit of structure (initially predominantly based on a Time dimension) to aid my subsequent retrieval and removal needs. Updates generally happen at least weekly, although they may not during extended periods of travel, when internet access is difficult. Such travel time periods will generally be posted. In any event, the "View history" link can be used to assess this page's change history.
  • an exploration of the influence that the WikiMedia wiki engine exerts on the structure of Hypertext.


Some of the Technologies I use include...

Improving my productivity has been a goal ever since I started working to be self-sufficient. Ironically, I found that the time spent working inevitably reduces the time available to pursue pleasures. Hence, my quest for "productivity", which has focused on exploiting technology tools.

  • many diverse computers & devices to automate tasks
  • this Wikepedia resource and other Wikis, in general
  • Twitter
  • Tagging via Unicode_block (for extensive tagging, based on its codeBlocks and MrPn structures)
  • Bookmarking @ Diigo ; Tiddlyspace (being deprecated for 2016-11) ; ...
  • Clipping via Evernote ;
    • Previously Clipboard, which thankfully resurrected my Amplify content, and then sadly shut-down after being purchased. )
  • ...

Anticipated Audience

This page is designed to meet my personal research needs, but in a way that lets me provide links to those portions of its content that are of interest to others.

  • ( The intended Audience(s) may need to be declared. )

... of this User ...

My fascination with computer applications continues to grow, as it has ever since my first encounters in 1967. For me, the machines themselves are less important than their uses. Watersheds and plateaus include ...

  • 1967's first use of the IBM's 1130 ; 1620 1710 ; and 360/75 for ...
    • modeling the Basic Oxygen Steel-making Process
    • Numerical Weather prediction.
  • ½ decade of APL in the early 1970's and advanced mathematics, applied to forestry, manufacturing, insurance, brewing, and banking.
  • Consulting via ... microcomputer simulations of electric power generation systems & criminal justice legislation & administration.
  • two decades of banking, credit, finance, real estate application development
  • ¼ century of address management.
  • Currently considering the relative merits of various technologies that can be used to host publicly posted, personal material.


Research into required Topics and Subjects, in a manner that at least has the potential to contribute to the goals of others.

  • VisionH-2020 9 (being extended to better address the needs of subsequent Elections)
  • "Connections", based on demonstrating the value of linking WikiPedia content using the GUI "associative" tool Thebrain into a collaborative Mind_map.
    • TiddlyWiki may be another "associative" technology that can be used to link WikiPedia content more effectively.
  • ...
  • Collaboration
  • ...
  • Community




  • ...

20th century


21st century



  • Evaluating WikiMedia as a way of building relatively large pages.
    • Ideally it will also be possible to export these for "stand-alone" use.

Current considerations

  • The structure of this page is likely to change as more sophisticated WikiMedia capabilities are incorporated. For example ...
    • subPages
    • Book(s)
      • The "book" software allows page sequence to be altered, providing a more flexible way to restructure Content than just using page sections.
        • This does raise the issue of how many sub-pages may be considered acceptable within this environment.
  • ...


  • WikiMedia may be the preferred engine for building large, structured pages.
    • The limitations of this assumptions should be tested by building this page.
  • Notes
    • It should be possible to incorporate (at least) images via TransClusion, if only from a sister site.
  • ...


WiP = W(ork) i(n) P(rogress

One of the lessons of this page is that some things seem to take a very long time to come to fruition. In fact, this is a common conclusion that emerged in many of the popular wiki environments as individual collaborators inevitably encountered "interruptions" from other aspects of their lives. The resulting delays came to be called "WikiTime". For this page, WikiTime started in 2004-05-23. Since then, it has been "dormant" for much of the intervening time, with short periods more frequent activity. Obviously, however, wikis (and WikiPedia, in particular) remain sufficiently interesting to attract further attention and work.

Inevitably, this creates "WiP" as activity waxes and wanes. A bit of structure is needed to help manage the resultant accumulation of information.

Current MicroContent ...


Evernote ...

  • ...

Currently reviewing ...

  • ...
  • The automatic placement of Contents in front of the first page section does affect page design since it is important have engaging content appear at the top of the page, within the scope of the first displayed content. Fortunately, there are controls that force alternate placements.
  • Wikipedia:Article_size#Readability_issues ... includes some useful statistics pertinent to page size.
  • ...

Mathematics > ...
  • ...


  • ...



Lede ...
  • under development.

Findings include Observations. Given a set of Observations, the natural human tendency to associate Cause and Effect generally leads to a Causality theory.

  • Observations that are devoid of context may, however, not be part of a Findings > Conclusions > Recommendations logical progression.

  • ( Continue to build this as a table that can be nested. )
    • Keep approaching this by building on the current needs that demand focused attention.
      • Ideally, these will be scheduled further out into the future, leaving more time available in the short-term.
    • "Bullet" markup does not work (simply) within tables.
    • (Perhaps Alphabetic template(s) should be incorporated. First consider the use of nested Tables.)
  • Try wrapping a collapsible table around these ...


  • The display of Wikipedia pages within Panoramio maps, creates a way of merging Space and Time, that may be effective in Top-Photo-Spots.
  • The "helperMenu" really seems to work well in this environment.
    • It grants direct e(edit) access to any section.
    • Consider the relative value of this versus a userBox.
  • PEST = Politics Economics Society & Technology are some of the major pressures that influence people.



Starting to appreciate the many useful mathematics pages at this site. For example ...



  • ...



The hierarchy of biological classification's eight major taxonomic ranks. Intermediate minor rankings are not shown.

Address Management

  • ...
Mapping ...


Computer technology


.Law > REPP

  • Exclusive_right ; ... ; Entitlements ; Magna Carta ; ... ; United Nations Charter of Rights
    • Enhance this to address more "law" content.
  • ...


  • Micro_Four_Thirds_system = ? Angela
  • Panoramio
  • World_heritage_sites
  • Strive to find information that will appeal to professional photographers.
    • Modern digital cameras are creating a flood of images that erode many of the historical business models of professional photographers.
      • Photo-safaris that are educational and that cater to tourism desires may emerge as a growth niche.
        • Top Photo Spots is an effort to explore some of the related ideas.
  • Extend the Travel section to coincide with my images and Top Photo Spots. especially since I generally use Wikipedia content in my image descriptions.
    • Strive to create a useful Book of Wikipedia content that supports travel plans.


Simply put, I have a life-long habit of striving to make tomorrow better than yesterday.

Obviously, the better the tools one works with, the easier it is to accomplish things. For me, computers have been the ultimate power tool, ever since I first encountered them in 1967.

Just now, Evernote is having a significant impact.

  • ...
level 6 heading test
  • ...
= Level 7 =
  • Level 7 headings fail to be rendered consistently on the ToC, but they do seem to create a subSection in the Body.



  • Link to WikiTravel
    • Use DiiGo as a linkage
  • Can I add text to this book by simply typing?
    • If so, does it appear in the book?
  • Galveston_Hurricane_of_1900 EmM
  • ...


Lede ...

Ideally, these Conclusions will be supported by their matched Findings and will, in turn, support matching Recommendations.

Time is of the essence.

"Time is of the essence" is a this legal adage, I've adopted (with all due respect to those members of that profession who have advised me over the decades) to emphasize the conclusion I reached when I became a "sexagenarian" (i.e. turned 60) that time is now more important to me than money.

I'm told that I'm overly preoccupied with matters of Time. That being the case, I generally find myself using the Present (Time.this) as a separator between Time.past and In fact, I categorize and tag things as ...

Tp = T(ime) p(ast) Tt = T(ime) t(his) Tn = T(ime) n(ext)
2011- & beyond (-) = "Past" 2012- = the annual Present ("This" or "now") Time period 2013- & beyond (+) = Future or "N(ext)"
  • Use prettyLinks to decorate the Tp, Tt and Tn terms.

The need for Business Continuity planning is coming into focus.

  • ...

"Time" topics

Spanning "disciplines" is very informative.

  • Finding the common pattern that exist in various independent disciplines is very informative.

Collaboration is efficient

Individuals have distinct ...

  • talents which can develop into skills
  • experiences which evolve into expertise.
  • ...
  • Strengths and Weaknesses.


  • MediaWiki is likely the most sophisticated of the WikiEngines.
    • One major benefit of this elaborate engine is the ability to edit Sections. This avoids TooBigToEdit.
  • Additional headings ( that could support the "Findings ... Conclusions ... Recommendations" structure ) ...
    • Benefits
    • Costs


Lede ...

Recommendations, in my experience, are tasks and responsibilities that are assigned to those entities who are responsible for their completion and implementation. Obviously, it's likely pointless to hold an entity accountable for any assignments without confirming they have the needed resources and the necessary authority to commit them. This view (especially when applied to relatively small tasks) can be thought of as assigning tasks to a "to do" list.

At present, these recommendations only includes items considered to be on my own "To do" list.

  • ( do: refine User:HansWobbe/template:templateH before activating it )
  • Try using my "7" footnote character.
  • adding text does push content down.
    • This may separate the over-lapping rendered elements.
      • If so, then page layout refinements may be deferred.
      • The push-down does not seem to be as effective as hoped.
        • This might be due to what is effectively a "float".
  • It may be better to NOT nest the navBox within the ToDoTemplate
    • this does seem to work better
      • Perhaps it will be easier to move the post-it note.


  • [2] Where is the preceding [1] reference?
  • [3]

Encourage Collaboration

  • Contribute to others' goals.
  • Provide attractive content in an appealing manner.
  • Confirm the value of p-adic_numbers.


  • make more use of internalPageAnchors like tocHw
  • There is an emerging subPage
    • All such should be readily available via the "index" (which itself needs to be most accessible)
  • Confirm how this section will be rendered, when it appears within my main userPage.
  • Keep adding text to push the post-it down. Then decide if it has enough value to be retained in this context.
  • This microContent could be hidden like the Preamble's.
  • ...
  • adding some text here might separate the over-lapping elements
    • sadly, not


  • make more use of End_notes
    • decide how to further restructure this page now that I am concerned with maintaining it as a capabilities demo
      • try
        • nesting more MicroContent in areas that, like this one, are lower in the Page
        • maling more use of UserSubPages that are listed as opposed to being a TransClusion
  • templates ...
  • The apparent confusion might be resulting from nesting the post_it template.
    • Adding text, just to see how it affects layout.
      • ...

  • try removing some of this SrEd MicroContent into a dedicated page.
  • Symbol(s) are fundamentally important. They should be chosen from the Universal_Character_Set and should have Methods that support user (man or machine) interaction.
    • Object naming conventions ( JSON ) should be applied.
    • Multiple Symbols (and their methods) will generally appear within a string, which may create either a Sequential queue or a Positional_notation.
      • The Sequence and Position of Symbols within a string defines a Context, that is fundamentally important to defDataFrags since Global contexts and relative Local contexts are analogous to Nouns and Pronouns. In effect, pronouns cannot be distinctively recognized without effective antecedents.
  • Racket_(programming_language)
  • Pragmatics ( Context )
  • Pronouns are generally context sensitive, making them informative in considering (locally distinct) NameConventions.
    • This could be illustrated within the TiddlyWiki model
      • Slice ^ Tiddler ^ file ^ folder ^ fileSystem hierarchy ^ computer ^ site ^ ...
      • Document_object_model may be informative, too.
  • SrEd should consider the Evernote search hierarchy as part of Positional notation.
  • vector ... array ... Tensor
  • Try to add a "hide" function to the "Numeral systems" template.
    • At least extract the 'bases' component.

  • Confirm that this template can be used from other locations, at least when they are still in my namespace.
  • ...

These wikiBooks are quite interesting.

  • is a good tutorial on Templates.
  • Template:Turkey_topics should provide hints regarding how I can animate my User page more effectively.
    • ideally, I would like to be able to ...
  • List_of_famous_diamonds is a sortable table of a type I should make use of.
    • Update the 2004 report graphic.
  • Try using the toDo userbox.
  • Assume that I will only have access to public, read-only, disc space via DFx.
    • Intelligence will then have to be added via TiddlyWiki.
    • Permissions will have to be managed via external solutions, like Evernote.
    • Switch DrW to a googleGroup.
    • Creating a localHost wp:Book to retain a copy of my content.
  • Migrating the bulk of any personal MicroContent to TS- pages.
  • Enclosing more of the existing navBoxes.
  • Creating a personal Userbox that supports a centralized change which then appears throughout the whole document.
    • This may well turn out to be a combination of a Userbox within a Template.
  • Using raw HTML anchors.
    • Can this be done via "wiki ... nowiki" tags?
  • Nesting a collapsible Userbox within a collapsible Table.
  • Add more structure to this ToDo section.
  • Consider how much I wish to inter-connect my various sites.
  • Review 'template' pages to ensure an adequate appreciation of their distinctions from subPages.
  1. Demoted the headings to conform to the standard that the highest level within a page is 2.
  2. Started adding text here may actually make a difference.

  • There appear to be some discrepancies among how the the versions of this material are rendered.
  • Investigate why this content does not seem to appear on the rendered page.
  • Complete SrEd.
  • Explore user subPages and templates ( e.g. User:HansWobbe/index and decide where to best place them. )
    • Templates seem to be a particularly attractive way of maintaining focus, since a consistent list of priorities can appear in multiple places.

Consider how to employ this type of "Userbox" structure ...


Reviews and other research activities should be queued according the their expected due dates.

SRED pertinent material

Hash table

Expand the existing explanations pertaining to ...

Productivity considerations
  • Investigating how to best structure this page.
    • One of the significant advantages of MediaWiki is the ability to edit a set of page Sections within the scope of a heading.
      • This does appear to make it possible to create a personal, holistic Content structure that may be used to organize Content.
        • Ideally, it will be possible to just organize Links and Notes that pertain to the larger repositories of related content, thereby providing a current portal into an expanding knowledge base.
Wikipedia page structures and styles

Tasks ...

  • Review the use of Templates and try to devise a personal one.
  • Start to incorporate the external links to which content may cascade from this page.
  • Re-consider Heading levels since mediaWiki does not render skipped levels as indentations.
    • Note that MediaWiki does open editViews on the basis of the scope of the headings. This makes it relatively easy to edit the structure of sections.
Consider hosting a MediaWiki site.
  • Review the MediaWiki markup.
    • The Sections structure of MediaWiki is particularly well suited to editing large pages...
      • ... avoiding TooBigToEdit.
    • Discuss this with rst.


Lede ...
  • under develeopment


  • check if there are values that I can specifiy

"Numeral systems" navbar ...

"Numeral systems" navbar ...


Lede ...
  • ...
  • Large endNote sections could be incorporated into collapsible wiki tables to conserve display space.
    • This may not be needed if "ref"(s) are used for efficient navigation within this page.
  • ...


  • Link to the referenced wikipedia pages.

places ( Spaces ; of Interest - )

  • ( Review WikiTravel and link to it as much as possible. )
  • ( Confirm that the apparent, trailing footnotes are created by the adjacent template. )
  • ...



..."Tt" is T(ime) t(his period)

  1. 2018-01-: ...
    1. slow deprecation of parts of this page to improve performance
  2. 2017-01-..:
    1. incresaed use of subPages, REF, ...
      1. started the MikeW subPage

..."Tn" is T(ime) n(ext)

  • ...


..."Tp" is T(ime) p(ast)

  • /Diary ... contains items clustered both by Time and by Topic.

  1. 2019-05: considering possible future uses
  2. 2018-05: continued slow deprecation of most of this pages content.
  3. 2016-11-05: started making more use of Animations
  4. 2016-..-.. time to start cleaning up this page
  5. 2015-01-13: Direct access via TwFive is quite effective.

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  1. ^ Preamble.Tasks
  2. ^ ...
  3. ^ "To do" items may be effective as references
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