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2024q1 Quarterly Review

The focus this quarter was on public weekly sprints. The main results this quarter was: Book: Idéhistorie Proof-of-concept spelling training game Proof-of-concept public library grænseflade, for comparing recommender systems Crowdfunding proposal to get libraries to fund futher recommender development etc. WordPress: mobile theme • api for generic app-backend Literature survey, and diving into, digital humanities […]

2024w11: digital humanities

This week, the focus has been on digital humanities within the study of religion. Diving into the literature on the subject. To try to map the topic, I searched for "digital humanities" within RelBib (Bibliography of the Study of Religion from Universität Tübingen) and ATLA Religion Database since 2020, – resulting in 96 and 87 […]

2024w09: notes • climate • cursor-library • tyskapp

Work this week has been spread across different projects: Preparation for climate fresk facilitation, etc Started using Obsidian for notes (works well with my existing vim+markdown setup) [technical] Functional cursor library in progress (extracted from old monorepos). "any"-abstraction functional cursor compare testing frameworks, and setup unit testing and code coverage tape for unit testing – […]

2024w08: • digital humanities • recommender

This week I relaunched Aggregated calendar (giving an overview of the different KU-calendars). New theme (based on the theme, to which I added support fo customisations and various fixes). Major rewrite of a lot of the content. And I worked on various other projects: Progress on new litterature recommender for the public libraries […]

2024w07: Strategy • recommender • crowdfunding proposal • appwrapper

This sprint I started working on a new library recommender system. I also wrote: Updated company strategy. Call for crowdfunding among danish public libraries. Various content on Some code experiments for extracting IMS-reports using Puppeteer and Selenium. An app-wrapper script for demo’ing webapps: Summary of the strategy is, that I will focus on […]

2024w06: BibData • libraries • digital humanities

This week I designed/implemented a simple webapp, bibdata, for showing the library recommendations and bibliographic data. It can be seen here: The motivation for the webapp is to have a place to demo future recommendation algorithms and compare them with the current one, – as well as having an easy way to find/view the […]

2024w05: Mobile WordPress Theme • Administrative Stuff

The results this sprint has been twofold: Create mobile wordpress theme. Update desing and content for Administrative stuff: accounting, annual report for company, taxes, company strategy, etc. Utilitarian Mobile WordPress Theme Design goals for the theme: Maximize screen estate when running fullpage widgets/apps Easy to use – recognisable interaction elements App-like feel, and mobile-friendly […]

2024w04: “Stave Battle” – educational app proof-of-concept

Results on projects I have been working on in the past week: Made working proof-of-concept of "Stave Battle" – a language/spelling practise game: Stave Battle "Stave Battle" er et undervisningsspil under udvikling, som gamificerer træning af dansk stavning og engelsk læsning. Her er interaktivt eksempel på gameplay: Idéer til videreudvikling: Tilpasning af spørgsmål. Automatisk […]

2024w03: MyCRUD generic app backend – WordPress plugin

Results on projects I have been working on in the past week: MyCRUD generic structured data storage backend Implemented it as WordPress plugin Documented it on Did various very crude client experiments on Passed exam in History of Ideas (Idehistorie) Prepared and submitted "Idehistorie"-notes as book for printing Prepared supporting documents for accountant […]

2024w02: History of ideas – creating a book

The projects I have been working on the past week was: Finish "Idehistorie" book proof-of-concept (with help of AI): Various follow-up and planning related to public library projects. Key takeaways: General overview of the history of ideas 🙂 Upscayl for upscaling images. Brush up on book print-on-demand (will get it printed next sprint)