Announcing the Structr Knowledge Graph by Alex Morgner.
From the post:
The Structr Knowledge Graph is the new one-stop resource base where all information about and around Structr are connected.
Besides the official manual, you will find Getting Started articles, FAQ, guides and tutorials, as well as links to external resources like StackOverflow questions, GitHub issues, or discussion threads.
The Knowledge Graph isn’t just another static content platform where information is stored once and then outdates over time. It is designed and built as a living structure, being updated not only by the Structr team but also semi-automatically by user activities in the support system.
By using a mixture of manual categorization and natural language processing, information is being extracted from the content origins to update and extend the graph. The SKG will replace our old documentation site docs.structr.org..
And of course, the SKG provides an interactive graph browser, full-text search and an article tree.
I was confused when I first saw this because I think of Structr as a knowledge graph so why the big splash? Then I saw a tweet saying 386 articles on support.structr.com/knowledge-graph and it suddenly made sense.
This is a knowledge graph about the knowledge graph software known as Structr.
OK, I’m straight now. I think. 😉
With a topic map it would be trivial to distinguish between “Structr Knowledge Graph” in the sense of using the Structr software versus a knowledge graph about Structr, which is also known as the Structr Knowledge Graph.
Momentary cognitive dissonance, well, not so momentary but I wasn’t devoting a lot of effort to it, but not a serious problem.
More serious when the cognitive dissonance is confusion a child’s name in transliterated Arabic with that of a sanctioned target being sought by a U.S. drone.