Commit 68949f93 authored by Rob Muhlestein's avatar Rob Muhlestein 🎧

typos in knowledge

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We live in a time when the amount of human knowledge has reach unprecedented levels and grows exponentially, but we are at risk. So much knowledge is being produced in different forms that strategies for maintaining and archiving it in a way that is not owned by proprietary interests have been all but ignored. By applying the best practices and lessons learned from managing and distributing opensource software source code to *knowledge* source we can leverage all the same successes these projects have enjoyed. This begins by capturing the knowledge is a [simple form](/md/basic/) such that source management and version control tools [can work with it](git/) and then building building [knowledge applications](/knowledge/apps/) from the that source.
We live in a time when the amount of human knowledge has reached unprecedented levels, but we are at risk. So much knowledge is being produced in different forms that strategies for maintaining and archiving it in a way that is not owned by proprietary interests have been all but ignored. By applying the best practices and lessons learned from managing and distributing the source code of [opensource](/opensource/) software to *knowledge* source we can leverage the best practices and approaches that have made these projects so successful. This begins by capturing the knowledge in a [basic form](/md/basic/) that can be used easily with source management and version control tools [such as](git/) and then building [knowledge applications](/knowledge/apps/) from the that source.
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<h1><a href="https://duckduckgo.com/lite?kae=t&q=Knowledge as Source">Knowledge as Source</a></h1>
<h2>Capturing, Maintaining, and Sharing Knowledge as Source Code</h2>
<p>We live in a time when the amount of human knowledge has reach unprecedented levels and grows exponentially, but we are at risk. So much knowledge is being produced in different forms that strategies for maintaining and archiving it in a way that is not owned by proprietary interests have been all but ignored. By applying the best practices and lessons learned from managing and distributing opensource software source code to <em>knowledge</em> source we can leverage all the same successes these projects have enjoyed. This begins by capturing the knowledge is a <a href="/md/basic/">simple form</a> such that source management and version control tools <a href="git/">can work with it</a> and then building building <a href="/knowledge/apps/">knowledge applications</a> from the that source.</p>
<p>We live in a time when the amount of human knowledge has reached unprecedented levels, but we are at risk. So much knowledge is being produced in different forms that strategies for maintaining and archiving it in a way that is not owned by proprietary interests have been all but ignored. By applying the best practices and lessons learned from managing and distributing the source code of <a href="/opensource/">opensource</a> software to <em>knowledge</em> source we can leverage the best practices and approaches that have made these projects so successful. This begins by capturing the knowledge in a <a href="/md/basic/">basic form</a> that can be used easily with source management and version control tools <a href="git/">such as</a> and then building <a href="/knowledge/apps/">knowledge applications</a> from the that source.</p>
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* Formatting Output
* Printing
* Compiling Programs
## Week Four: The Linux Command Line, IV{#wk04}
### Day 16
* TMUX Screen-Centric Configuration
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<li>Printing</li>
<li>Compiling Programs</li>
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<h2 id="wk04">Week Four: The Linux Command Line, IV</h2>
<h3 id="day-16">Day 16</h3>
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<li>TMUX Screen-Centric Configuration</li>
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The fastest way to get up and running with TMUX is to copy someone else's [`tmux.conf`](tmux.conf) file until you understand enough to configure your own. Just put it in your home directory as a `~/.tmux.conf`.
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## See Also
* <https://github.com/zolrath/wemux>
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<p>The fastest way to get up and running with TMUX is to copy someone else’s <a href="tmux.conf"><code>tmux.conf</code></a> file until you understand enough to configure your own. Just put it in your home directory as a <code>~/.tmux.conf</code>.</p>
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<h2 id="see-also">See Also</h2>
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<li><a href="https://github.com/zolrath/wemux" class="uri">https://github.com/zolrath/wemux</a></li>
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