[Cubicweb] CubicWeb as a reflection tool

Fletcher, John P j.p.fletcher at aston.ac.uk
Mon Dec 13 13:43:50 CET 2010


Explanation.  There exist a number of tools which can be used to create "Thoughts" which would more or less correspond with a Card in CubicWeb.  These can be linked into a blog, or otherwise put together.  Most other tools lack the flexibility and semantic content of CubicWeb and I want to find a way to exploit that.

I am attempting it from a personal point of view, simply noting the ideas I have, problems I have (and solutions) etc.  I am comparing this with other tools I am using for similar things, which I have been doing for more than 10 years on different tools.

I am finding that a comination of Card, Blog and Folder (with Card entries allowed) plus tags and see_also gives a lot of what I need to get going.

The enquiry was to see if anyone else is thinking along similar lines.


From: cubicweb-bounces at lists.cubicweb.org [cubicweb-bounces at lists.cubicweb.org] On Behalf Of Alexandre Fayolle [alexandre.fayolle at logilab.fr]
Sent: 13 December 2010 11:47
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Subject: Re: [Cubicweb] CubicWeb as a reflection tool

On Monday 13 December 2010 12:36:17 Fletcher, John P wrote:
> I wonder if anyone has used an implementation based on CubicWeb as a tool
> for reflective writing.  I am interested in this, both as an individual
> tool and also for work with students, particularly in engineering.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reflective_writing ? Or something else?

Short answer is probably "no", but I'm not familiar with the concept nor
certain I understand what you're needing.

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