During the life of 101: one zero one, these and other questions will be addressed.
Versioning is the ability to create and manage different versions of the same document.
Simple, yes. But, from this definition, questions about hypertext fiction immediately surface.
How do we decide on what makes a new version? Should spelling changes result in a new version?
I am unresolved about versions, however, I had to make a decision. Therefore, I save a version once a month and archive it.
Should one delete a link if it connects to an old version of a node but not the current version?
So far, I haven't run into this problem. I have not eliminated nodes and don't anticipate doing so. However, it may prove a problem. If any of you have a solution, let me know.
How should the added complexity be managed internally?
We can develop a highly complex indexing system, or we can trust the new form and allow the work to grow. I have chosen the latter solution.
How can the versions be presented to the reader in a meaningful fashion?
Right now, I have six versions. The second includes all of the first. This inclusiveness may not be the case after version 10 or 11.
You, the reader, are encouraged to participate by asking and answering.
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What the heck are you talking about? Old versions are just crap and
should be thrown in the crapper. Of course . . . unless. . .
I wrote it.
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