A discord server and web-portal for creating an open-source, public-domain, index of Crypto Knowledge.
The Source Crypto discord server is a landing pad.. I drop links there on the fly, and the channels aren’t perfectly organized, and maybe a few of the links are 100% the best ever…
The next, and gradual step, will be to systematically build better, more organized web-resources using the sources gathered as a starting point.
The aim is to generally map out the history and knowledge related to Bitcoin\blockchain.
There is so much to learn about, I mostly manage to avoid thinking about scammy stuff and icos, and really whatever you are hyped about, I probably don’t care. So the application section is in rough shape.. I don’t spend a lot of time there. Tech, History, Webwork. I care about real web technologies.
So, little by little, those un-organized pages will grow to become each a formidible resource of its own.
While I do intend to build custom pages for most of these channels, being able to simply export the entire discord server and publish it is excellent.
- Discord Index
For now you can browse the entire index of channels at once, or one category at a time.
For those who would like to browse from GitHub, all the pages are in
_pages, all the files that become (via jekyll collections) the pages of the discolog are in
discolog, all the data is in
Everything else is
minimal-mistakes. pretty straightforward.
A Machine Readable Repository on Every Subject In Crypto.
- Source⧉Crypto - I collect and categorize links in here, on the fly.
Previously, I was putting information in TOML format. Then, after I started to learn GitHub pages, and working with some other people on a similar project for Decentralized Identity, I realized that GitHub Pages \ Jekyll have built-in support for yaml, csv, and json… so, yaml is nice and we’ll go with that.
Recently, I found Tyrrrz/DiscordChatExporter which quickly turned the entire contents of Source Crypto Discord Server into 170+ html files.
If you’re using linux, like me… you just have to make it’s .exe executable and run it from the terminal, like so:
I also used a bulk-renaming tool, and Regex.. those are both great tools, and Regex isn’t limited to one particular app, but used all over.
Then, I used minimal-mistakes collections feature to quickly publish the lot of them, using VSCode to easily edit all of the files at the same time.
I cut out the head of each of the files and injected the css to be applied to those pages.
That’s super quick, and not so dirty, way to get all that content up here on the web where anyone can access it more easily.
- sourcecrypto/sourcecrypto.github.io - Now I have a few complete and proper toml files converted to json that I can use to experiment with generating pages - listing by title, tag, and incorporating search functionality, or perhaps filter by user-input.
I’m looking into ways to take a list of links and pull title description image automatically into yaml or json, and pages can be generated with jekyll.
Further down the line, each subject area will become the focus of its own landing page with well researched information, building with and from the structured data. Compared to currently we’ve got whatever I’ve happened upon in my travels of the web, with some contributions from the community, with a focus on history and identity.
tag-definitions.md is where I was working on my idea of tagging.
this is very interesting, but I think you’re making a fundamental mistake with tagging this by topics
what’s really missing is tagging all of these resources by authors, co-authors, references/citations once this is done, topical tags can be derived algorithmically
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