Even during summer silence, the glossary has kept on receiving interesting contributions. We remind you that according to the call for article entries published in July, there are still 20 days left to make new entries for the Glossary first version.
As we previously informed, for the public edition of a first Glossary version:
In order to ease the visibility of last changes and thus participation, the glossary main page includes a new events board offering links to the modified articles. Periodically, the newest developments of the Glossary are reviewed, grouping edited articles, last entries, etc. in a summary of changes. The upper board line contains the last changes digest, while following lines record the glossary event log. Including the last update, the content of the new events board is here reproduced, where main changes since February are highlighted:
10/09. Edited articles: Intentional content; New entries: Information measurement (2); New document: Unified Theory of Information
30/07. Instructions have been updated, marks signalling activity have been introduced, and a management archive have been created.
28/07. Edited articles: Information Architecture, Data, Dialogic vs Discursive, Dretske, Information Management, Knowledge Management, Infomorphism, Sign, Usability, Information Visualization; New entries: autopoiesis, self-reproduction, self-recreation, self-restructuring, cybernetics, knowledge, information aesthetics, TUI; Comments to: Library Science
28/02. Edited articles: Open Access, Alphabet, Communication Channel, Encoder-decoder, Code, Context, Disinformation, Input-output, Commodification, Reversibility-irreversibility, Holographic principle, Repository, Shannon, Fundamental Shannon Theorems , Critical theory, System theory; new entries: Automatic regulation, Feedback
We believe a deeper understanding of the concerning concepts, metaphors, theories and problems can be reached through the discussion, comment, critic, suggestion… Therefore we kindly encourage to contribute with comments, documents, links, new entries to any article (complementary or even in contradiction to former ones), thus collaborating in the building of the glossary.
BITrum Glossary Coordination Team