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I was just posting in a thread about gps trackers, when one of the other members remembered some software I was using....and i got to thinking.  What if there was a was of storing software, skills, geek bents where if there was a question on a topic you could @ them, or there's some sort of notification when a topic is posted on your interest.  

 

Probably leads on to topic tagging or something.  But was just an initial thought that floated through my head.

 

 





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  # 1805620 23-Jun-2017 12:30
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Tagging is an interesting idea. The problem is taxonomy. People use different names for things - and if it's hard to create and maintain a taxonomy within a government department, imagine within an almost 100k people community. 







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freitasm:

 

Tagging is an interesting idea. The problem is taxonomy. People use different names for things - and if it's hard to create and maintain a taxonomy within a government department, imagine within an almost 100k people community. 

 

 

 

 

The way I've seen tagging done other places (stackoverflow etc) if under x post count you can't create new tags





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I wrestle with maintaining skill datasets in my job.  It gets difficult fast with specialised skills and to be honest we don't do it that well.

 

Problem 1) is creating a widely applicable list of skills that are sufficiently differentiating;

 

Problem 2) is knowing what skills are relevant for solving particular problems.

 

 





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MikeAqua:

 

I wrestle with maintaining skill datasets in my job.  It gets difficult fast with specialised skills and to be honest we don't do it that well.

 

Problem 1) is creating a widely applicable list of skills that are sufficiently differentiating;

 

Problem 2) is knowing what skills are relevant for solving particular problems.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Skills might have been too linked in like.  I was thinking of stuff like, I like media centres, media, can talk about high speed printing, programming apis, ip cameras, windows, dot net programming, python.  

 

Just random crap that I may have a passing interest in.  Given you have to attribute yourself, only those interested would do it.





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It's kind of the same problem - sufficient differentiation

 

Someone might be a guru in python when programming PIDs but not much chop at some other aspect.

 

I guess you could just hit up everyone with python listed and see who responds.

 

Anyhow just my 2c

 

 

 

 





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