Que se passe t-il pour un groupe lorsqu'un de ses membre "s'effondre" L'effondrement d un individu peut -il amener le groupe à s'effondrer ? Cela va dépendre de la résilience du groupe, qui elle même dépend de l'intention du groupe et son mécanisme de régulation...
This post is about using Scrivener for the redaction of post, and practices to stay in the flow.
- Before, I was writing directly in WordPress, in markdown, or offline in some markdown editor.
- Now I do the design and the edition in scrivener. Then export to Markdown, and push it to WordPress .
I will describe :
- the benefits I feel using this approach,
- the alternatives I used before,
- and where I feel there is still some frictions.
After a quick view on the setup.
Here is the core setup I use . Corkboard on the left, Text on the right ( Scrivenings). I used the Quick reference to type the text of one card.
These days ( 2014) , My main professional interest is about the collective intelligence and cooperative behavior of human, especially in the “professional” field. I believe most of the impact can be done where people spend 8h a day. If you can impact this , you will impact them when they go back in their families, and from there, the “society”.
Progress so Far:
Lets create a few fictitious Persona, and run a few Root Cause Analysis on their concerns. From these concerns we will derive needs ( and barriers) . Then we aggregate the result from different Personas, and this give us a start to the Haskell Ecosystem, these personas are the actors from the Ecosystem. either as Key Partners, Key Resources or Market Segment( and from this understanding we would derive opportunities, products, and “go to market “strategy).
When preparing the root Cause Analysis at the 1st Person, I realize I was listing feelings in fact, or values, so I did the motivator exercise from Jurgen Appello, i.e. :
- classifying your motivation in your personal order, then
- perceiving the delta for a given situation ( target would be here is a Haskell job) ( the + /- here below )
1/ I saw Trello are developing in “public”, and one can vote on it (eat you own dogfood !)… nice mix of Roadmap, and Electronic Democracy (@Alberto )…
The Short Story:
I watched the async package, (namely similar to erlang’s tree of control process) . include exceptions management. great. plus combinators. ; interesting remarks from Simon at the beginning about the not so large number of application available in haskell.