Sorry if you can't reach the site. We’re both doing this as volunteers, and I guess we weren’t prepared for the level of traffic we’re getting. In the meantime, you can find more details about our high-level goals here: http://hunch.net/?p=2714
If you don’t have a particular goal in mind and just want a general overview, check out the roadmaps, e.g. http://www.metacademy.org/roadmaps/rgrosse/bayesian_machine_...
You see, this would be the ideal learning tool for a teacher-student tutoring situation: by looking for the precise point where a student becomes stuck, it is then possible to see what skill-set or knowledge area needs more work and practice, and then adjust the lesson plan accordingly.
Metacademy is of course the natural place for such a "market" in education products to form.
I look forward to seeing how far this database extends!
Let me know if we can be at all of help: darrell [at] thinkful.com
I really hope to see this type of idea take off. I would love to see this sort of thing combined with simplified git related operations to make it easy to improve education content. Additionally I think it would be great to add in a comment system where you can leave a question connected to the exact text that is confusing you.
Really exciting project, and very useful to me personally.
This is what wikiveristy should've been.
Good job guys.
For example, I am sure there are general topics for "classification", "recommendation", or "similarity", but I wouldn't know where to start.
Thank you so much for doing this!
Thanks for building something cool and useful. I love the idea and hope you develop it more.