- I hope you’ll enjoy the description of the ouroboros and it’s lambda calculus explanations, as well as the differences between chemlambda and lambda calculus, propagators, etc.
- Or the updated quines in Interaction combinators and in chemlambda page
- You may want to watch the repository quinegraphs for further developments, in time and in space
- As well the reorganised repository hapax, for the same reasons.
I decided that progressively I’m going to go public, with a combination of arXiv, Github and Zenodo (or Figshare), and publication. But there is a lot of stuff I have to publish and that is why this will happen progressively. Which means it will be nice to watch because it is interesting, for me at least, to answer to the question:
What the … does a researcher when publishing? What is this for? Why?
Seriously, the questions are not at all directed against classical publication, nor are they biased versus OA. When you publish serially, like a researcher, you often tell again and again a story which evolves in time. To make a comparison, it is like a sequence of frames in a movie.
Only that it is not as simple. It is not quite like a sequence of frames, is like a sequence of pictures, each one with it’s repeating tags, again and again.
Not at all compressed. And not at all like an evolving repository of programs which get better with time.