[ml] [Noisebridge-discuss] percent drama
mschachter at eigenminds.com
Sat May 26 19:21:55 PDT 2012
To be honest rayc I liked your earlier email that involved the projects
people worked on. My dark secret is that I don't give a shit about drama
detection - but I will try and use network and topic analysis to break emails
out into a set of disconnected graphs and do LDA on the resulting corpus
On Sat, May 26, 2012 at 7:01 PM, Robert Chu <robertayoungchu at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is an awesome start to a great project. IMHO, I think that the visual
> mapping of drama is an awesome idea, which would make it easier for
> Noisebridge (together as a community) to be able to work out what ever
> issues there are. One cool aspect that I can potentially see from this is
> that if it does in fact decrease-even curb drama, then productivity from the
> community will go up; as it seems that more people come and enjoy hacking on
> stuff when there is no drama, Dr at MaTiZiNg the space.
> I know that I wasn't there for the meet, but could we maybe categorize and
> set different levels of drama as well? The thinking behind that is that is
> that since there is repeat drama that happens, we may be able to implement
> solutions that have already worked. (I may be just words on to this email
> with this <p> , but hopefully the ideas are good). And maybe a "Recommended
> How To - De-DramatiZe at Noisebridge." or "Hack the Drama."
> Cheers and thank you everybody who invested time in this community project.
> On Sat, May 26, 2012 at 11:39 AM, Mike Schachter <mschachter at eigenminds.com>
>> We'll be working on that soon - but more specifically a list of topics
>> with each email and how it evolves over time.
>> On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 9:22 PM, Robert Chu <robertayoungchu at gmail.com>
>> > Can we also do a chart for projects people are working on as well. If so
>> > then we can compare the data side by side.
>> > Cheers
>> > Rayc
>> > On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 3:30 PM, Wladyslaw Zbikowski
>> > <embeddedlinuxguy at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> Thanks Mike, that was a great session. Another nice result was the
>> >> mashup with Bananaphone to steganographically encode messages as
>> >> random posts from Cynthia. Bananaphone constructs an encoding Markov
>> >> chain using her posting history to Noisebridge-Discuss as its corpus.
>> >> http://modernhacker.com/cy
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