📚 node [[agora action]]

Agora Action

⥅ node [[action]] pulled by user


  • An [[action]] is a verb, wikilinked, that is included in a block and triggers some behaviour in the [[agora]] or some related tool.
  • Supported actions as of [[2021-01-07]]:
  • See also: [[do]], for actions most often performed by humans.
  • [[pull]] [[agora action]] [[actions]]


Go back to the [[AI Glossary]]


In reinforcement learning, the mechanism by which the agent transitions between states of the environment. The agent chooses the action by using a policy.

⥅ node [[agora-actions]] pulled by user
  • a [[list]].
    • of actions supported by https://anagora.org .
    • [[go]], which redirects to a canonical link
    • [[pull]], which transcludes a target node or subnode into the current context.
    • [[push]], which transcludes subordinate blogs to the target.
    • [[annotate]] (alpha), which redirects to the via.hypothes.is link for a given resource.
    • [[turtle]] (alpha), which returns RDF for a node.
    • [[receive]] (planned), which hints points of transclusion for [[push]].
      • If you pull a node by mentioning this action in its vicinity, it gets 'upranked' in the context of the current node. In https://anagora.org , that means included. Example follows.
    • [[pull]] [[push and pull]] [[planned actions]]
  • an [[agora feature]]
    • The Agora can trigger actions in the context of a node when said node includes a block with a [[wikilink]] or [[hashtag]] representing an [[intent]]. Those intents include [[actions]].
    • If you tell an [[agora]] about your intents in your notes, it will actuate them for you if it can. If it can't, it'll keep a record of the request and fulfill it once it's tractable.
    • Some intents might be fulfilled transparently by humans.

https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1383438976283856900 https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1329890862499770368

  • in the [[agora]] we actions that trigger certain internal actions

  • list of common actions

  • I'm tempted to create a different action format because:

    • action links (most notably #go-link links) mess with my graph view in obsidian
    • they aren't [[wikilinks]] they are categorcially different things
    • pitfalls of changing
      • requires restructuring current code
      • people are already using the current fomat
  • proposed alternatives

    • action:{{action name}}
    • tag format e.g. #go-link #push
      • I'm actually starting to like this version better
  • issues

    • an agora can only support a finite list of actions so we need to configure them somewhere
    • #todo
      • create config.yaml
      • add actions to config yaml
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