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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
- It worked immediately. But just annotating this page, new ideas came:
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.
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