At it's core, LearnSearch is trying to bring that experience of asking the right person and getting actionable advice on how to learn something, to scale so that we all can tap into our collective experiences.
LearnSearch is still in its early, early infancy, and I'm going to continue to build out different feeds, my big vision is that users will eventually be able to upload their own learning guides and paths, linking together relevant resources in meaningful ways. You'll also be able to search the body of knowledge to find exactly what you need.
It's my first real crack at a side project, and it's got about 50 users so far! Small things like that make me happy. I'm gonna grab a quick nap, since I haven't slept in a while, but I'd love to hear what you guys think ;)
obviously you haven't yet implemented search, do consider doing something like https://learn-anything.xyz/mathematics
Search is a feature I really want to add, it's been my intention to always make this a sort of human curated search engine for learning. The ability to be able to type in a query and see actionable links rated by their upvotes would be magical.
Thank you for the feedback, I'll keep hacking and trying to improve it :)
Is it cause they expected sth else from the resource? Was the focus unexpected? Is the content wrong? Not useful for certain problems? Is it cause it repeats sth learnt already?
It's sort of the same interaction that we have when we ask advice or pointers from others in real life who have done something we want to do. We want to optimize our path by building off their knowledge and understand what to focus on , what not to focus on. I'm trying to bring that interaction to scale, though I hopefully will do a better job as this goes on
Lets say you create a Theory Hierarchy like learn-anything.xyz. Is the vote in a collection supposed to mean the most useful order in which to learn the given Theory in the Theory Collection? Or is it what is the most interesting for the educated? What is the upvote supposed to mean here?
Is the Software also to navigate alternatives to a Theory? How would you handle different focuses? What if a Book handles two Theories both located in a Theory Collection? Will it be in both Theory Strands(collection of alternatives for a Theory)?
I‘m interested in this too.
Please don't use .XYZ TLD.
It consists of abc.xyz (Google) and the rest is exclusively used by SEO spam/regular spam/malware/scams.
I block the entire TLD.
The registration is really to contribute and upvote. Since we're trying to build a reliable, credible learning community, having real users, and future functionality like karma or reputation is important, I think.
After all, what hopefully sets this apart from other resources like wikihow and the like is that its focused on actual rated resources uploaded by actual learners like you and I. Or at least, that's what I hope!
I'm super new to all this, so I'm honestly just trying to build it and see where it takes me haha
I used vuetify, https://vuetifyjs.com/vuetify/why-vuetify, which was awesome and really quick to get started with.