I just completed a big update to the Hermeneuticon Wiki with updates to the core wiki code, theme, and many of the plugins. If you'd checked that out before, either directly or through the Metadata or Concordance links, in the top right corner of most pages on the main library site, you might want to gander again. If you hadn't checked out Hermeneuticon or the wiki before, now would be a good time!

 

http://hermeneuticon.com/

and

http://hermeneuticon.com/d/


Pages across Hermeneuticon are included in the site search tool, but there aren't many there yet. Although started several years earlier, I posted a description of what I was doing with this companion site back in 2013, but it hasn't seen much love since then.


http://library.hrmtc.com/2013/03/23/hermeneuticon/


In addition to the wiki, Hermeneuticon hosts the Aleister Crowley Reference Desk, a document tool I started to help automate some of the Metadata and Concordance project. Originally, I was merely going to use this to generate material that would be pasted into the wiki, but as I thought about it more I thought this was something that could have value as a public facing tool. You can read more about where I thought the tool was going on its About tab.


http://hermeneuticon.com/a/about/


Both Hermeneuticon Wiki and the Aleister Crowley Reference Desk have gone without content and code updates, respectively, in far too long. It would be awesome to get these going again, wouldn't it?

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