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For the sake of better textflow the shortcut DiigoServiced means has DiigoService.
- Should we standardise on this or DiigoService as a tag?
- It's becoming quite useful and will likely remain so, until system performance improves.
- Would be great to have a consense. Do you mean to use DiigoServiced on the DiigoServer? too? Until now I used the tag combination wiki annotation there and unfortunately didn't find other peers there (yesterday). Today I programmed all the day and didn't have a look. -- fp
- Yes, I would use DiigoServiced on the Diigo server too. -- hwo
Hans, thanks so much. I am very happy, that you and other peers here support this concept. We are still in the experimental phase, so
I am not sure, if this thing has crystallized yet. For the greatest possible support we can try different tags and we'll see show up the community favorites soon.
- It worked immediately. But just annotating this page, new ideas came:
Respecting that 'to "diigo" a page' is meanwhile jargon in the Diigo community, the following tags could be options too:
- http://diigo.com/tag/DiigoEd (use: page DiigoEd? / Pro: established jargon, 'page is diigoed' / Con: ugLy )
- http://diigo.com/tag/DiigoIt (use: DiigoIt? / Pro: not ugLy, appeal for Diigoing )
- http://diigo.com/tag/DiigoWelcome (use: DiigoWelcome? / Pro: not ugLy, friendly invitation )
- http://diigo.com/tag/DiigosWelcome (use: DiigosWelcome? / Pro: similar )
- http://diigo.com/tag/LetsDiigo ''(use: LetsDiigo? / Pro: established jargon, community friendly, short, invitational, friendly appeal to the wider community but gives a hint to wikizens )
- http://diigo.com/tag/DiigoMe (use: DiigoMe / simple, even shorter, more poetic, similar arguments like LetsDiigo?, I strongly guess that DiigoService and PR people would love it, and make a button out of it. )
Note: in Wikis, where DiigoMe is not yet defined, it strongly asks for (local/external) definition.
(The author suggests, that each wikizen, who uses this WikiPragma, makes at least one annotation (, which includes bookmarking of course automatically)
So this page asks