Spent Sunday Working With Jekyll on Github.io
Yesterday afternoon, while learning more about jekyll and github.io as a blogging platform, I pointed SuperSammetry.com at SSYH.github.io as my (currently experimental) blogging location for all things GCC & PFTF & COI & Collaborology & KF & Engelbartian and associated topics :) I’m curious to see (in myself) whether this is effective for me as a conduit for ideas and interaction.
Also spent some time updating my “About” page with specifics of events & patents, and was pleasantly surprised to find that unlike my previous (and now understood as incorrect) impression, my name WAS included on the thin client patent at Siebel; I had thought that after I had fought so hard to make sure Thanh Diec’s name was included (it was originally left off) that mine would be removed, as was threatened when I made a fuss to make sure Thanh was not excluded.
So I am actually named on 8 (eight) patents; quite a few more than I had thought; I had thought I only had the 2 from DocuMagix, and 2 from eGain, but now I see more :)
I am a little sad that some of the best stuff was NOT published a/o patented, because it was done on classified projects at ESL. I did add a note to that effect on the About page. THAT stuff was truly ground-breaking!
I experimented a little with Jekyll. Here’s what I believe (to be confirmed):
- Only one entry is allowed per day. I tried putting 2 files with the same date in _posts/ but didn’t see 2.
- The title needs to have SOMETHING other than the formatted date, to serve as the URI, so I’ll just make it the date again without the hyphens.