Narcissus is now open for people to add shadow data.
What makes your data shadowy, at the moment, are the following elements:
* Does your data have something to do with art.
* Has your art data/information been rejected as an artistic idea/project/object/process/technology by another organisation?
* Has your art data/information been rejected as an artistic idea/project/object/process/technology by another person with greater power than you?
Posted Mon, 11/02/2013 - 13:22 by search-admin
Currently the Narcissus Code, while being open, is very much on a rough and ready bases, which makes it hard for people to fork and or copy/download and use.
Therefore, while we can and do implement the code to a variety of contexts, we'd like to develop it so other people will be able to do the same in relative ease and, if wanted, fork.
We would like to refine the code and the way the search operates through testing with as many people as possible.
Posted Tue, 12/02/2013 - 12:45 by search-admin
We are working to take Narcissus to the next level. The idea is to make the script tighter, provide better efficiency in the data submission options as well as process, and work towards making Narcissus easily applicable for a variety of contexts.
Currently the code is bootstrapped to Drupal, and we want to make it better, more robust and hopefully able to handle other people coding with and for it..
Posted Mon, 11/02/2013 - 13:15 by search-admin