tagt

Name: totally awesome [global|generic|][tool|tools|tech]

Reorganize - note Darren, and get info links from him

Command-line tool

About

Specs

Core command

Command names

Command structure

<code>

</code>

Hierarchical command structure

Tagy files

Makeup

## [tagy] (if the part is YAML)
or
## <tagy> (if a script)

Listing all available commands

Development

Pending

Core

Install so it call from anywhere

General option parsing

Handling of tagy files

Importing of global files

Importing of external files

Importing of local files

Servers and backups

Connecting to remote servers

Backups using Git

Complete backup / install

Install package groups

Groups :

Progamming

Language features

syntax-agnostic

customizable / extendable

potentally could add additional functionality to the syntax - just need to define before

completely customizable (syntax, natural language, inline/hidden meta info)

internationalized

omni-directional (ltr, trl, ttb, btt, mixed (e.g. chinese - inline ttb, but ltr or rtl in flow

meta-separable

meta-selectable (use selectors on flow elements) - meta sheets, for min/max values for loops, permissions

use selectors like in CSS

composite

object-structured

teacheable (AI) programming

AI (so can say that if a loop exits with less than 4, that it means x - and can reference

flow objectified

non-cascade selectable

don’t have to always follow a downward trend - can up check too

universally consistent

everyone uses the same platform / elements (even though can customize) - so bugs are easier to fix, as only done in one place

composite-oriented

Server platform

Core

Installation

Pending

Install script for the core software

Couchbase

Pending

OpenResty

Pending

Short-term

Node.JS

Pending

Medium-term

Hortonworks

Long-term

Code-analyzer

Analyzing code

Generic

Importing code

Gingko

Basic features

Development platform

Core

Card-organizer

Objects

Definitions

General

Types

Definition

For building all the object definitions

Elementary

Basic selectors / type checkers etc.

These will actually be built in a circular way, from things like list / table objectts, but are used as building blocks rather than on their own

Complex

Definition objects built from other objects (either elementary definition objects or other, more complex, objects)

Coding

For building up all the systems into an integrated framework - for client, server, batches or more

Coding

Include parsers in any / all programming languages that people use

Flow

For branching etc

Data

For all data flow

API

For integrating with arbitrary services

In

Out

Database

For integrating with various databases

Relational

NoSQL

Data processing

Importing / Exporting

For parsing individual files or data streams

Text

Line-based

Could be CSV, tabulated or a customary format

Example: importing

Markup

XML

HTML

MathML

Wiki

Binary

Merging / Splitting

Combining multiple data sources into meaninful combinations

Visualizations

Actions

Events

Customization

For building customized configurations and admin panels

Configuration

To make it quicker and easier

Admin

For building admin panels for config nodes

Interface

Combines configuration and admin panels, potentially along with any other objects

Interfaces

Implementations

Browser tools

Server API

Development

Nginx config file for following features:

Inter-connected web

Notes

Designs

GoJS

Integrate

Fonts

Google fonts

Font squirrel

adobe edge web fonts

http://alternativeto.net/software/adobe-edge-web-fonts/

Javascript

GoJS

Tools

WorkGaps

Site

Usage

In other logos

Other logos, for all the different services we will offer, can incorporate the stylized tag into the rest of the logo

In social media

The tag with the two t’s can easily be recognized, and is distinguishable from the ‘f’ of Facebook etc

Idea

In the background, a circular, plastic-looking tag (like dogs have), with a hole in the bottom right. On the tag are two t’s, to the left, slanted backwards about 20 degrees, and the t to the right, slanted back at a more acute angle.

The t’s are rounded a bit to follow the contours of the tag.

In between them, there are the letters ‘a’ and ‘g’. The g is sort of wrapped around the hole in the tag, which is between the two t’s, and the ‘a’ somehow perched between them.

Marketing

Other

CSS

Headers

<style>

.card h1, .card h2, .card h3, .card h1, .card h2, .card h6 {

}

.card h1 { font-size: 19px; }
.card h2 { font-size: 17px; }

</style>