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Phase 1: MVP Development

GitHub Actions for Issue Submission and Initial Evaluation

Phase 2: Enhanced Functionality and Automation

Advanced KG Development with Automated Placement

Enhance the KG with a more comprehensive schema that includes internal concepts and external primary sources. Automate the identification of appropriate locations for new concepts in the documentation tree based on the KG. Improved Summarization and Integration

Upgrade the summarization tool to more accurately represent complex documents. Automate the integration of these summaries into the documentation using GitHub Actions. Full Automation of External Source Caching

Ful automationss In Github workflows

Phase 3: Basic Community Engagement and Expansion

Community Feedback Mechanism

Implement a system for community feedback on the documentation and knowledge graph. Use this feedback to iteratively improve the system. Release Plan and External Communication

Prepare a release plan with clear milestones aligned with the above phases. For each major release: Write a blog post detailing the new features and improvements. Engage with tech communities and platforms (like Hacker News, Redditā€™s r/MachineLearning) to share updates. Consider reaching out to tech-focused media outlets like TechCrunch for broader exposure. Open-Source Community Building

Actively encourage open-source contributions by providing clear contribution guidelines and engaging with contributors through GitHub issues and pull requests. Continuous Improvement and Scaling

Continuously refine the system based on user feedback and technological advancements. Plan for scaling both the knowledge graph and the GitHub Actions workflows as the project grows. Blog Announcement and Communication Strategy Initial Announcement: Introduce the project's goals, the MVP concept, and a call for early adopters and contributors. Post-Phase 1 Release: Highlight the initial capabilities, share success stories or use cases, and outline future enhancements. Subsequent Releases: Update the community on new features, improvements, and invite feedback. Regular Updates: Maintain a cadence of regular updates, including technical insights, challenges faced, and resolutions.

Initial Announcement

Functional MVP (Minimum Viable Product):

Core Features: Have the basic but functional features of your project implemented. This includes the initial GitHub Actions setup for issue submission and evaluation, a rudimentary version of the Knowledge Graph (KG), and a basic implementation of document summarization and integration. Documentation: Detailed documentation of the existing features, setup instructions, and how to contribute. This is crucial as it not only serves as a guide for users and contributors but also demonstrates your ability to manage and present a complex project. Demonstrated Use Case:

Working Example: Include at least one working example in your repository that clearly demonstrates the project's current capabilities. This could be a case study or a practical demonstration of the system processing and integrating a document. Visuals and Explanations: Accompany this with visuals (like flowcharts or screenshots) and thorough explanations. This will help in communicating the project's functionality and your technical acumen. Project Roadmap:

Clear Roadmap: Outline a clear and detailed roadmap for future development. This should include planned features, enhancements, and areas where community contributions are encouraged. Milestones: Set realistic milestones that show a structured approach to development and indicate opportunities for community involvement. Community Engagement Plan:

Contribution Guidelines: Establish clear guidelines for contributions, including coding standards, pull request processes, and issue reporting. Communication Channels: Set up channels for community engagement, such as a project discussion forum, a dedicated Slack or Discord channel, or a mailing list. Personal Reflection:

Your Role and Contributions: Clearly articulate your role in the project and your contributions. This is important to highlight your individual skills and leadership in the project's development. Learning and Challenges: Share your learning experience and challenges faced during the initial development phase. This openness adds to your credibility and reflects your problem-solving skills. Timing for Announcement Strategic Timing: Consider announcing your project at a time when it is most likely to get noticed. This could be aligned with major tech events, AI conferences, or relevant community events. Prepare for Feedback: Be ready to receive and respond to feedback upon announcement. Engaging with the initial audience is crucial for building a community and can also lead to valuable insights and improvements.

Using Github to organize our understanding of a fluid field is a notable challenge. Because of the acessibility of mkdocs-material it makes it easy to make nice-looking documentaiton, though sometimes without the niceties that could accompany other software systems.

Eventually we may shift to other systems (like docusaurus). Before that though, we will be wanting to integrate state-of-the-art updates to understanding while we build our auto-building system.