Any edits create a new 'version'. Page creator gets to pick which version is pinned (version seen by default when you visit the page). Edits by page creator are pinned by default...
If I wanted to make a site (or an internet) where anyone could create a page and every page was editable. What are the main editing models I could use?
- page creator has to approve edits (probably more system than I want to create)
- version control so you can go back through each version of a page (doable but I bet people rarely go back much)
- edits automatically create a new page (fork). maybe my top pick but new forks aren't necessarily discoverable.
Anything else I should be looking at?
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1649261607/
Making text flow across divs. Using some nasty/interesting layout measurement logic.
My new experimental text editor is live:
Adjust the grid size and text direction to create weird and expressive layouts.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1645669788/
Finally got the mouse snapping logic all set up.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1642600554/
Some experimental, not super successful, permutation and ranking work.
Going out on a limb. Creative interface experiments at http://constraint.systems. Recent Linux convert. Foster parent. Work and inspiration in progress. He/they.
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