Introducing discussions #1

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Tobias Schmidt opend this discussion about 2 years ago · 6 comments
This is the very first discussion on babylon-online!
@Katja Sternitzke
and all the others
@Babylon
.
As one can see, it is possible to mention people or organizations. Later (todo) those users behind people and organizations will get notified.
It is also possible to reference things. For now these are Publications
#Pedersén 2005
and Concepts like 
#Obsidian
or
#Tontafel
. These references are shown and linkt below the comments. On the other end, they get a reference to this discussion and comment.
Tobias Schmidt referenced Pedersén 2005 about 2 years ago
Tobias Schmidt referenced Obsidian about 2 years ago
Tobias Schmidt referenced Tontafel about 2 years ago
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Why can I only start a discussion in a repository?
When i like to discuss something i am on a mission. I have a question, perhaps a scientific question in my head which i can lay out to others. In this context i can reference other elementary facts of others, like concepts, publications, artifacts and their views, discussions and documents. That is why you can not start a discussion on a publication for example on its own. You need a reason!