Hyperscope is a dynamic knowledge repository as envisioned by Doug Engelbart.
What you see on this Hyperscope website https://hyperscope.link is not the dynamic knowledge repository. It is the WWW or World Wide Web representation of some of elementary and mixed object documents. Objects are indexed and curated in the PostgreSQL database and may be located anywhere, including on the paper. Representations and sharing of elementary and mixed objects vary.
Any kind of objects related or not related to each other may be found on this website.
Publishing methods on this website are subject of change. There are now several publishing types on Hyperscope Link website:
Default type is when document is published with the Hyperscope ID as as its path and file name. It could be something like https://example.com/½/¾/5/12345.html or https://example.com/½/¾/5/my-nice-slug.html
Area type of publishing is outside of the domain HyperScope.link, it means that elementary or mixed object belong to different (or same) website and is published in alignment with the environment of that different WWW area.
Hash type means that page is somewhat protected from public eyes. The page will not enter into website site maps or be automatically indexed or referenced from other pages unless it is explicit.
Password protected, default is published as the above default page with the difference that page becomes protected with username and password on a server-side.
Password protected, hash, is published as hashed slug.
By title, it means that page is published by its title, which is a bad way of representing documents as any change in the title would then create new page.
Root page, means that page is not published in the Hyperscope deep path, rather as a main page, just as this one.
Any type of document may change its publishing type and may be removed from the WWW. Documents remain forever in the dynamic knowledge repository, but not on the WWW necessary. Remember, the WWW website is not the actual dynamic knowledge repository.
We welcome everybody to publish on Hyperscope Link. Basic information you need to provide is the title of document, your name as author or instead just “anonymous” and the body of the document.
Hyperscope documents are created by corresponding authors and may be curated. They may be hyperlinked and related by author or people related, tags or other relation types.
Majority of documents published on Hyperscope Link website are published and encouraged to be published under the GNU Free Documentation License or other free documentation, or free software or free information licenses. Copyrights on specific objects in the dynamic knowledge repository may be fully reserved.
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