📚 node [[pull]]

Pull

  • [[anchors]] for me generalize to the problem of transmitting [[context]], [[scope]]. I've been exploring these problems with [[push]] and [[pull]].
⥅ node [[pulled-nodes]] pulled by user

Pulled Nodes

  • Nodes that are specially relevant to the context at hand can be pulled. To do this, just add a block using the pull action:
  • Currently pulls like the above only work when you are in precisely the context they are declared; that is, pulling is not recursive. This might change.
⥅ node [[push]] pulled by user
  • An [[action]].
    • It 'means' that a certain context is relevant for the target node and should perhaps be included in it ([[transclusion]]):
    • Here's how you use it: you start a block with the [[push]] action, passing a target node as an argument. Then you attach as many sub blocks (indented list items) to the block; they will be included in the target as a subnode.
    • [[push]] [[agora twitter integration]]
      • Push probably has good interactions with [[twitter]] and the [[fediverse]].
      • If you tell an [[agora]] to [[push]] and you are a [[friend]], it'll push with you.
  • See also: [[pull]].
⥅ node [[ranking-algorithm]] pulled by user

Ranking Algorithm

📖 stoas
⥱ context
⥅ related node [[pull github app]]
⥅ related node [[arbitrary pulls]]
⥅ related node [[auto pull plurals]]
⥅ related node [[client side pulling]]
⥅ related node [[git pull strategy]]
⥅ related node [[pull and push]]
⥅ related node [[pull arbitrary urls]]
⥅ related node [[pull links]]
⥅ related node [[pull prefixes]]
⥅ related node [[pulled links]]
⥅ related node [[pulled nodes]]
⥅ related node [[pulled]]
⥅ related node [[pulling]]
⥅ related node [[push and pull]]
⥅ related node [[pull the plug]]
⥅ related node [[pulling inflation measures together]]
⥅ related node [[pulling stats out of org roam]]