[Space] Spacebridge wiki

Mikolaj Habryn dichro at rcpt.to
Tue Dec 22 11:39:56 PST 2009


This is neat! On the wiki organizational side, I suspect we're going
to wind up with nested subprojects in short order -

balloons
  payload
    kinetic
      rocket launch
      centripetal launch
      railgun launch (NTS: add The Moon is a Harsh Mistress to reading list)
    electronic
      PTZ camera
      telescope
      HF radio
  operations
    buoyancy control
    hydrogen fill
    UAV return

and so on. Is there an easy way to have a separate page for each
project that we spend time thinking about or working on and have them
magically show up as a hierarchy in the top-level page without
manually keeping it up to date? (Ideally with a visual signal to
differentiate project status?)

m.

On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 10:56 AM, Samuel Coniglio
<sam.coniglio at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Ariel!
> I just added a bunch of links to websites and photos of interest.
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> On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 4:42 AM, Ariel Waldman <ariel at arielwaldman.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> Hello Spacebrigade!
>>
>> I should've probably mentioned at the meeting that I'm a bit of a wiki
>> addict. As such, I've organized the Spacebridge wiki a bit:
>>
>> https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Spacebridge
>>
>> - I created a Spacebridge interest list for people to add their names to
>> (I added some of the names Mikolaj had in his notes from the meeting, but
>> please go and edit yourself in or out as you wish)
>>
>> - Project section: Seems like we're currently focusing on one project
>> (which I vaguely named Balloon-launched Payload). As thoughts/discussions
>> continue, add in key bits of information that should be logged here.
>>
>> - Under the Balloon-launched Payload project page, there's a space for
>> References - add in links here that may be important
>> research/knowledge/connections for the project. I went ahead and added the
>> links Adam pointed to in his recent email to the list. Also adding in a
>> couple more links I've stumbled upon:
>> --- http://ukhas.org.uk/ A space enthusiast friend of mine said we should
>> talk to the UK High Altitude Society, that they're "quite good at the whole
>> balloon thing". Let me know if you'd like me to reach out to them about
>> anything.
>> --- http://www.space.com/businesstechnology/090527-tw-glxp-arca.html One
>> of the Google Lunar X Prize teams is planning on a balloon launch: "The "0"
>> pressure balloon design is similar to a giant black hot-air balloon that
>> uses solar energy to heat the air inside, instead of the burner that normal
>> hot-air balloons use."
>>
>> - Meeting Notes section is self-explanatory
>>
>>
>> Hope this helps!
>>
>>
>> Ariel Waldman | digital anthropologist
>>
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