Phil 1.16.18

7:00 – 5:00 ASRC NASA

  • Starting to take a deep look at Slack as another Antibubbles RPG dungeon. From yesterday’s post
    • You can download conversations as JSON files, and I’d need to build (or find) a dice bot.
    • Created Antibubbles.slack.com
    • Ok, getting at the data is trivial. An admin can just go to antibubbles.slack.com/services/export. You get a nice zip file that contains everything that you need to reconstruct users and conversations: slack
    • The data is pretty straightforward too. Here’s the JSON file that has my first post in test-dungeon-1:
      {
              "client_msg_id": "41744548-2c8c-4b7e-b01a-f7cba402a14e",
              "type": "message",
              "text": "SUBJECT: dungeon_master1's introduction to the dungeon\n\tPOST: dungeon_master1 says that you are about to take on a 3-room linear dungeon.",
              "user": "UFG26JUS3",
              "ts": "1547641117.000400"
          }

      So we have the dungeon (the directory/file), unique id for message and user, the text and a timestamp. I’m going to do a bit more reading and then look into getting the Chat & Slash App.

    • Looking at the Workspace Admin page. Trying to see where the IRB can be presented.
  • More work on getting the historical data put into a reasonable format. Put together a spreadsheet with the charts for all permutations of fundcode/project/contractfor discussion tomorrow.
  • Updated the AI for social good proposal. Need to get the letter signed by mayself and Aaron tomorrow.
  • Pytorch tutorial, with better variable names than usual

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