Title: Creating Local-First Collaboration Software with Automerge
Date: September 27, 2023
Duration: 1 HR
Research Fellow, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Peter van Hardenberg
Research Director, Ink & Switch
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Martin has provided the below additional resources that answer many of the questions that came up during the talk:
This is concerning an email that I received regarding a scheduled talk “Creating Local-First Collaboration Software with Automerge” on September 27, 2023.
Well, I am unable to keep up with the latest technology that you are presenting and have little idea about the topics you have mentioned in the agenda. I am a simple teacher in Minerals, Metals, and Mining Geostatistics at an Indian University and my projects deal with creating customized algorithms for estimation and stochastic simulation of metal grades on a 3-D spatial framework. At present, only a few students take an interest in Python scripting for converting those algorithms to plug-ins in proprietary software such as Isatis.neo (Geovariances, France) and VESTA (BioMedware, USA). Do you think that attending your webinar/talk would somehow lessen my problems? Or, would you like to suggest something else for me so that I don’t run out of wind?
Parag J. Dutta, Ph.D.