[self-interest] Hello! (or, What's the best way to learn Self?)

Josh Flowers joshflowers at mac.com
Sun Jan 2 01:01:12 UTC 2011

> Hi Josh,
> The wiki is a git repo, so if you use git then any file can be added to it. You then can do a link to it from your page with [[my image|Clean.snap]]. I don't know how to do this from the github gui, sorry.

Don't seem able to get a fork of the wiki repo.  I've forked the main 
repo, and this page: 


claims that I should be able to pull the wiki repo by adding .wiki to 
my clone url, but I just get the following unhelpful error message:

Cloning into self.wiki...
fatal: '/data/repositories/d/nw/d8/99/50/67046/1213259.wiki.git' does not appear to be a git repository
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

I've done some googling, but haven't found any other pointers on 
how to get a fork of the github wiki.  Anyone got experience with it?

> Your notes are great. Two issues I can immediately see are:
> - how to share transporter files isn't as clear as it should be
> - printing sends the text to stdout, but when starting worlds by double clicking the snapshot on Macs, stdout disappears without a trace.

I've put another days worth of notes up on the wiki:


All I can say about the writing is that it's better than 'Journey to 
Promethea' (a touch of insomnia and netflix streaming just brought 
me to that made-for-mystery-science-theatre classic).

Happy New Year everyone,


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