add this to examples, from the rust parser example i forked, as an example of how people assign quality to proper scale naming:

rust // Level-change Operator (what a stupid name) operator_level = { operator_exp | operator_subscript | operator_exp ~ operator_subscript | operator_subscript ~ operator_exp }

include somehow:

```text struct

Brenda Baker undertook her Fortan-to-Ratfor converter against the advice of her department head–me. I thought it would likely produce an ad hoc reordering of the orginal, freed of statement numbers, but otherwise no more readable than a properly indented Fortran program. Brenda proved me wrong. She discovered that every Fortran program has a canonically structured form. Programmers preferred the canonicalized form to what they had originally written. ```

meeting with nick - 28.12.2022

side note: are metaphors related to space because it’s hard for us to think in terms of time?

chap 4

tex % \begin{align} % \sqrt{2} & = p / q \\ % \sqrt{2} * q & = p \\ % p & = \sqrt{2} * q \\ % (\sqrt{2})^2 & = (p/q)^2 \\ % 2 & = p^2 / q^2 \\ % p^2 & = 2 * q^2 % \end{align}

chap 3

Also, Fuller’s taxonomy, derived from Bloom’s taxonomy. It is represented by two semi-independent dimensions, Producing and Interpreting. Each dimension defines hierarchical linear levels where a deeper level requires the competencies from the previous ones. Producing has three levels (None, Apply, and Create) and Interpreting has four (Remember, Understand, Analyze, and Evaluate). \citep{fuller_developing_2007}

intrinsic characteristics of cs:

chap 2

chap 1

There is also a broad definition of what aesthetic is, and is different from beautiful, which also elicits an emotional response, or gut feeling, and can be implied in definitions of what is artistic. so i don’t talk about beauty, but about code which exhbitis positive aesthetic properties—finding beautiful code in an art history sense has not been achieved. -

structure notes

ide notes

meeting with nick 4.11.2022

meeting with nick


~~look into the pdf “program text, style, laber” by brian lennon to address comments in microsoft windows source code~~

~~yullil - code art brutalism refers the HACKMEM document from 1972 MIT, related to architecture.~~

~~communautés épistémiques et communautés de pratique (Cohendet et al., 2001) -> Cohendet, Patrick, Creplet, Frederic & Dupouet, Olivier. « Organisational innovation, communities of practice and epistemic communities : the case of Linux ». In Economics with heterogeneous interacting agents~~