[lively-kernel] Wikipedia Entry for Lively

Dan Ingalls danhhingalls at gmail.com
Thu Apr 15 07:08:46 CEST 2010

Philip Weaver <philmaker at gmail.com>  wrote...

>Will you help create a wikipedia entry for Lively? I began a 
><http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Editor142/Lively>scratch page 
>months ago. I hestitated a bit writing this because the wikipedia 
>editing community can come down like vultures - critiquing and 
>tagging unfinished articles.
>Will you help create a wikipedia entry for Lively?

Yes, thanks so much for getting us started, Phil.  I just fleshed out 
the introductory sections.  It needs a simple picture, and a link to 
a stable but interesting sample page.  We need to take some care that 
reasonable things will happen if viewed from an unsupported browser 

Maybe someone else could copy some of the references and a few example links.

	- Dan

(*)  hey, here's a use for cloud computing:  If someone has an 
unsupported browser, they get redirected to a server in the cloud 
that renders LK and sends out a gif image of the screen.  If the user 
clicks or drags on it, those events get passed back to the server 
which does the appropriate thing and sends out a new gif showing the 
updated screen region (note the canvas version has all this logic 
already).  You get the idea...  ;-)
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