Found my old skaven army. I have absolutely no knowledge of Age of Signage, can I use them with the square bases?
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Interesting statement from CEO Ebba Ljungerud on the Paradox Interim Reports: "Often the first game in a franchise is not a success, but instead lays the foundation for future sequels by building a player base, a brand, and the knowledge to gradually develop better games" forum.paradoxplaza.com/fo…
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If you could instantly add expert familiarity of a scientific field (other than those you are versed in already) that you have little or no experience with to your knowledge base, which one would you choose and why?
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PSA: You can get full access to Red Hat's knowledge base by signing up for a free developer account.

Ever Googled for RHEL or CentOS information only to be greeted by a Red Hat KB article that fades out and urges you to sign up?

Well I always thought there were only paid subscriptions. Turns out you can use a free developer account and get full KB access. It's proven very useful.

The sign up link is half way down here:

https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2016/03/31/no-cost-rhel-developer-subscription-now-available/

EDIT: Thanks for the awards :)

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"Look, I base my language knowledge on a framework that I don't even know how it works, btw where can I get my C2 in Uzbek taking an online test?"
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How to build identification knowledge base?

I’ve taken up birdwatching relatively recently. I’ve been gifted a great field guide and a decent set of binoculars. I’m an eager amateur, and I want to know how y’all learned the stuff I consider hard: like how to tell sparrows apart and all those sandpiper-like birds! Field guides? Other birders? Encyclopedias??

And don’t even get me started on bird calls...

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Looking for advice on making the jump from familiarity and base-level knowledge to actual pursuit of conversational and overall fluency.

Hi all.

So I’m pretty embarrassed to say this, but I actually studied Chinese in college (graduated two years ago), and have since really lost my touch with the language. I still maintain a lot of the baseline Mandarin skill, (can recognise ~150 characters, can understand some basic/intermediate Chinese learning podcasts on YouTube, can introduce myself and discuss fairly basic topics fluently), but really think I’ve lost my step with overall Mandarin skill and pursuit of fluency.

With the dawn of a new year, I’ve really taken it upon myself to get back on the horse and begin chugging away toward fluency, but I’m having a hard time creating a serious lesson plan, mostly because I find it hard to gauge exactly where I should start, as well as how I can keep myself personally accountable in improving every day.

So in short, I’m looking for advice on how a returner like me can get back in the saddle and start pursuing fluency again, and I’d greatly appreciate it if anyone would like to share advice on creating a lesson plan/structure.

Please feel free to DM me if you have any advice or would like to chat, and I’d also be happy to add people on discord and continue conversations there.

Thanks

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Kbee: A searchable, branded knowledge base on Google Docs

Hey everyone!

Just launched Kbee. Kbee lets you build a searchable knowledge base straight from Google Docs. My cofounder and I built and launched Kbee in under a week in response to our frustration with the knowledge base tool we were using for another project.

To build a knowledge base with Kbee, all you need to do is write an article in Google Docs and relax. Kbee takes care of creating a searchable and branded knowledge base that you can share with internal or external users. Anytime you make an edit or update to the Doc, Kbee will reflect those changes in your knowledge base.

We're currently offering a free subscription to the paid features we're planning to release in exchange for feedback.

Would love to hear what you like and (more importantly) what you hate.

Thanks!

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Creating knowledge base site

Hi, I want to create a knowledge base similar to Autodesk and SolidWorks knowledge bases, can anyone please recommend how to do this? I have a website with a domain, thank you.

https://knowledge.autodesk.com/

https://help.solidworks.com/

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Knowledge Base Procedure??? Currently using IT Glue

I'm trying to keep a knowledge base for:

  1. General articles that apply to all clients.
  2. Specific articles that apply to a specific client.

When a problem comes up more than once, it gets an article. For generic I have a "knowledge base" document folder in IT Glue under MY company name. And the same for each client.

Now for the problem, Searching this content SUCKS.

If I type "Quickbooks" I get all the entries for Quickbooks, knowledge base or otherwise. I can try and drill down to a single client, but then I am searching twice, my knowledge base and the clients, and things that I don't care about are still mixed into the results.

It just isn't great at being a knowledge base.

I've considered something like cloud radial for this function and a few others, but at this time, I don't have the resources to setup a beast of a product when all I want is a clean, searchable knowledge base.

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[Knowledge Base] Botania Tip - Solve Most of your Knowledge Questions

>!Read the Lexica Botania. Thoroughly.!<

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I need a knowledge base system - but there are so many of them!

Hi everyone,

I regularly go through the motions of forgetting about how something works I setup half a year ago - I clearly need a KB!

Ironically, I face the opposite of the usual situation: There are a million different wikis/knowledge bases/onenote-clones out there and I am a bit overwhelmed.

If you have any recommendations, would love to hear them before I invest hours trying a dozen of them. I currently have a Synology NAS, would describe myself as a savvy-but-no-expert-user (aka I can get it to run with some googling).

The solution would ideally:

  • Run in a docker container
  • Is fully manageable through the browser (e.g. no CLI only stuff)
  • Have a simple set of formatting or editing features (essential are code blocks, bold, font size, color, styles (h1, h2...), Markdown would work too, as long as I can edit it in the browser)
  • Offers a simple way to insert screenshots, ideally via copy/paste
  • Has automatic version control and ideally auto-backuping
  • Allows for some sort of order system (folders, tags, links, pages - agnostic to what exactly it is)
  • Good search capabilities

Does anyone know a solution that would roughly fit the bill?

Alternatively, would love to hear thoughts about the shortlist my own research brought up:

  • Archivy
  • Bookstack
  • DokuWiki
  • WikiJS
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[Knowledge Base] Corporea Basics - An Introduction v.redd.it/hlkcz32hrd861
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Mustang 2008 base model. Whenever I brake, there’s a rattle noise coming from the right front side. I changed all 4 brakes about 1.5 months ago. I have minimal knowledge about cars and can not financially afford a mechanic. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you. v.redd.it/zvsdtd8k1t561
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We live in a society that bases good knowledge not on the content itself. But on the amount of likes it gets.
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I don't know if this is common knowledge or not, but your base death timer actually scales off your champion level.

https://leagueoflegends.fandom.com/wiki/Death#:~:text=Death%20occurs%20when%20a%20champion,may%20occur%2C%20as%20detailed%20below.

Death timers are also influenced by the amount of time that has passed in the game, albeit to a lesser extent than champion level.

Regardless, I always thought that death timers were purely determined by the amount of time that has passed in the game, as I was used to seeing low death timers in the early game and high death timers in the late game. Inductive reasoning sucks, I guess.

Moral of the story: If you want to int as hard as possible, do your best to avoid any and all XP.

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Archivy - Self Hosted Knowledge Base powered by Elasticsearch - Now with an extensible Plugin System archivy.github.io
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Prebuilt Knowledge base

Hey all,

I'm looking to build out a knowledge base but wondered if there was anything that has be prebuilt with articles? There are a lot of issues which are not necessarily tailored to a customer so wondered if there was anything out there.

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Is the Hubspot Knowledge Base builder any good?

Hi all!

As part of my CS responsibilities I have to build a knowledge for our product from scratch.

I was wondering whether anybody had any experience with the Hubspot knowledge base builder in the Service Hub package? Pros/cons?

Alternatively, does anybody have any other recommendations for useful knowledge base building tools?

Thanks in advance!

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Is it better for a person to have a broad knowledge base or a deep knowledge base?Why?
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You can collect few gems from knowledge base v.redd.it/ivzq43fa2x961
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We would like to thanks BearSkates420 for helping us purify Chesss base when he offered knowledge of the sinner. Unfortunately he's long lost his faith to The New Order
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Yet alone among the myriad things he tries to base his actions on thought and knowledge, to distinguish between benefit and harm, pose alternative courses of action, form moral and practical principles of conduct...

...If he wishes to return to the Way he must discard knowledge, cease to make distinctions, refuse to impose his will and his principles on nature, recover the spontaneity of the newborn child, allow his actions to be so of themselves' like physical processes.

He must reflect things like a mirror, respond to them like an echo, without intermediate thought, perfectly concentrated and perfectly relaxed, like the angler or the charioteer whose hand reacts immediately to the give and pull of the line or the reins, or like the swimmer who can find his way through the whirlpool.


The Book of Lieh-tzu, A. C. Graham, Introduction, p.3

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Did I do sidekicks right? Used the Acolyte as a base, and added a touch of Knowledge Domain. She'll be a quest giver, as well
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Using my mediocre knowledge on Photoshop and AI image improvement, I made the base png of Compiler found in the wiki into a very nice reconstruction, might make a wallpaper variant soon
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[SEARCHING] Town hall 10 and 8, i'm a farmer with base design knowledge. I have been playing for 6 years on and off. I'm looking for a clan to fill in a spot for the upcoming clan war leagues.

Feel free to direct message me or post your clan down here, and I may ask you some questions about your clan in your Dm's.

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Loqseq - A local-first knowledge base. logseq.com/
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Anyone interested in applying agricultural knowledge in a Lunar Base setting?

Hey. I'm the leader of a volunteer group of scientists and engineers working on a submission for the Moon Society's lunar base contest, under the Futurist Foundation. My team has been hard at work in the recent weeks perfecting our design, and now it is time to write the submission paper!

I have multiple departments working on specific themes of the base, like architecture, EVA and the like. However, of note here is the so-called "Interior Department", which deals with describing the life-support, agriculture, scientific experiments and ISRU materials processing aspects of the base. For the purposes of this post, I'm looking for anyone interested in researching and presenting the agricultural aspects of the moon base. So growing food, astronaut diets, etc. If you are interested in any of our other departments, feel free to join those too!

This is a volunteer-project, but the work you do here can be added to your resume or portfolio. All work you do will be fully credited to you. You'll be working under our department head as he delegates tasks, but there is also plenty of opportunity and allowance of personal initiative to do your own research. A love for space exploration is a must!

Interested? Join us on Discord and tag me (Stellarator#1218).

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Suggestions for software to create an internal knowledge base?

We’re trying to create SOP’s, employee handbooks and things of that nature.

Thanks!

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Knowledge-base articles

I don’t even know what to call this, so don’t roast me too much. Does anyone know of a comprehensive catalogue of self-help/service desk/help desk articles. We have our own internally written stuff, but I’m looking to populate a customer facing Zendesk KB with well written and up to date articles. Subscription service with new updates and content would be amazing. TIA

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What type of question would you ask, if you had test someone AWS knowledge e.g technical or scenario base question ?

Hey everyone, just want to know everyone overview on how they test someone AWS knowledge. Would you deep dive in into the technical question or ask them what type of project they did related to AWS ? How would you structure your Question to the candidate ?

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Best way to develop Mech Eng knowledge base (as a Chem Eng grad)?

Hi Reddit:

I am looking for some advice on how to develop a foundation in mechanical engineering principles.

As some background, I am a chemical engineering graduate (with strong focus on materials) 2 years out of school. In this time I have been working in the automotive industry in a role which is really a combination of project management and engineering. Through my job I also have completed courses in CAD and GD&T. However, I have never really been formally trained or taught in any mechanical principles or design work.

To date most of my work projects have been less in design nature and more so on the project management side - that said, I've still had to deal with mechanical principles on a regular basis. I do spend a lot of time on the shop floor and other departments and try to "learn on the go" - which has helped me greatly in learning knowledge that I didn't get exposure to in school. While I did enjoy my undergrad studies, if I could go back in time I would go for a Mech Eng degree - looking back now, I have always been visually/spatially inclined and I am more interested in mechanical engineering applications.

Recently my work responsibilities have changed such that I will now have to do more design projects. While I am excited about having the opportunity to develop my design skills, which I will certainly do via experience and by working with skilled people in my workplace, what can I do to prepare for this role? Is there any reading material, courses which would help me out here? Is there anyone that has been in a similar situation (with a ChemE background) that has suggestions here?

Any advice would be appreciated :)

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Teleporting dinos? All the time my allo teleport ramdomly to that same place and just after i took this video, i did a knowledge of forebears then around 20 of my dinos teleported outside my base. I spent so long herding them in and the slows ones using request, is there a way to help fix this. v.redd.it/1wsymn39bf661
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To the people who found this show without any prior knowledge about the show/fan base, what was Amity’s character development like?

I found this show via compilations on YouTube (I know it’s stupid please forgive me) So I knew all about Amity before I watched it.

So I want to know; was her development smooth? Did the show have you fooled?

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How to improve the game knowledge of the player base?

I took a 2 year break from the game and came back 2-3 months ago. My MMR deteriorated a lot during that time and I am slowly climbing my way out of Gold.

The one huge thing I notice is the massive discrepancy in game knowledge amongst the player base. Games in gold often feel very one sided (based on emotion not backed up with stats...). I don't think the one sided nature often comes from actual skill of using a hero in a team fight but it is due to map management. Not taking camps/not clearing lanes/bad boss decisions/dying for a tribute 2vs5.

I saw a post recently where someone mentioned lack of game knowledge to a player coming from LoL and I wonder why the hell this is the case? I wonder if Blizzard would consider promoting CCL on the launcher and they could do some tutorial video's?

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Measuring success of a Knowledge Base

Hey everyone,

I'm working on overhauling our Knowledge Base in Salesforce and wanted to get some input. How do you measure success of a Knowledge Base to make sure that your changes took?

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I seek thy knowledge, why does my RA-4 printing have a green base?
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How do you keep your knowledge base after getting the CFP?

I passed the CFP back in September and, not surprisingly, have forgotten a lot of material that I needed to learn.

I’m wondering how other CFPs keep their knowledge base. I do a lot of reading on financial blogs, Kitces, etc., but am looking for more.

Any good tips?

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What’s new at Incident IQ β€” Knowledge Base and SLA enhancements

Hey r/IncidentIQ!

Our latest release went live on Jan. 4 and you'll find a number of enhancements suggested by you, the Incident IQ community. Remember that you can always head over to the Idea Exchange to submit an idea to help us improve Incident IQ, or to discuss and upvote other user submissions.

We’ve expanded the functionality of the Knowledge Base to allow users to share articles with publicly β€”Β no Incident IQ login required. Agents can now share KB articles easier, with enhanced Shortcuts functionality.

You’ll also find improved SLA filters β€” enabling users to filter tickets by SLA status, select between ongoing or completed SLAs, and quickly highlight troublesome tickets by selecting how many business days an SLA target has been missed. These filters can also be added as columns to custom views.

Some new features have been added to Assets Explorer as well. New drop-down menus make it simple to see a detailed breakdown of device counts in a specific location.

Additionally, we’ve added new role-based custom fields that administrators can set up to display only to specified roles. These make it simple to solicit information from specific groups of users, and can be applied to Tickets, Assets, and Users.

Check out our post in the newsroom for more details on our latest release, and don't forget to head over to our Idea Exchange to submit and discuss ideas for future enhancements to the Incident IQ platform.

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Trying to find a platform to curate knowledge base such as books, videos, podcasts, articles and

Hi, i'm trying to build an online profile and i want to show people my cumulative knowledge up to this point. Showing things that i've read, watched, listened and tinkered about up to this point like a porfolio is a good way imo.

So i was wondering if there is some kind of platform where i can curate books, videos, podcasts and articles at same time and to share them. I've found https://www.librarything.com/ but it's only for books and movies, maybe i can make a Notion.so page and share it to the public, i made a research but couldn't find anything so i reckoned i ask you guys.

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πŸ“…︎ Jan 11 2021
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Move the Tech Data turn in for β€œForbidden Knowledge” to the new BoS base

There’s little to no reason to go to this current tech data turn location that is only used early on in a quest line. I think the last time I did anything else there I was around lvl 20, so almost two years ago. I think with BoS finally coming this crappy scanner needs to be relocated. I’d also like to note the rewards and it’s system need an update. I’ve had this thing yoink around 150 tech data from me. Once in the way beginning of the game and just yesterday. Its busted and needs a simple fix. That or trash it and give us these skins we’ve always waited for with baited breath only to be handed 8 40mm grenade rounds..

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VIDEO: How I use my Notion knowledge base to make reading and note-taking effective and productive

Hey everyone, I made a new video about using Notion as a knowledge base for my professional reading and note-taking and I've made this video talking about my system for reading including a look at Notion and Readwise intergration (8:19 onwards)

I'm new to YouTube so any feedback would be really welcome. Thank you wonderful Notioners!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-T57bBtEymo&feature=youtu.be

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πŸ“…︎ Dec 28 2020
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Jira / Confluence / Service Desk as a Global Ticket & Knowledge Base System

Hey Jira Peeps,

I've been a Jira Admin for a long time but I've only used it on small teams using either Jira & SD or Jira & Confluence.

The company I'm at now is looking to update their Global HR Interface and Ticketing System and we're getting demos of all kinds of systems that could suit. One thing that I thought of was the possibility of using a mix of Service Desk and Confluence, with Jira working alongside (As a large amount of HR use it anyway since I introduced it). But I've never used it at scale before.

Anyone out there have experience using the three systems on a global level?

Thanks!

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We have made a Support & Updates App which basically serves as Knowledge Base, Updates Announcements, Changelog, Roadmap and Help Center Site Builder…

Hey Folks,

We recently launched LabiKnow - Knowledge Base, here is the website link - https://labiknow.com

We started building it as a simple Knowledge Base Software with a Customizable Help Center Site and then based on customer feedback started adding more and more tools and features to it. Right now it looks like this:

  • Knowledge Base Software
  • Help Center Site Builder
  • Help Widget
  • Updates, News, Changelog Announcements
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Would be great to get some feedback.

Seriously, shoot your brutally honest comments…!)

We are currently running a lifetime deal and already got some feedback, but we also want to get feedback from other communities as well.

Thanks in advance.

Aleks

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If you could summarize the base knowledge in your feild of work, what would you have written down?
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Feedback on my knowledge base tool

Hey everyone!

Just launched Kbee. Kbee lets you build a searchable knowledge base straight from Google Docs. My cofounder and I built and launched Kbee in under a week in response to our frustration with the knowledge base tool we were using for another project.

To build a knowledge base with Kbee, all you need to do is write an article in Google Docs and relax. Kbee takes care of creating a searchable and branded knowledge base that you can share with internal or external users. Anytime you make an edit or update to the Doc, Kbee will reflect those changes in your knowledge base.

We're currently looking for early users and are offering a free lifetime membership in exchange for feedback.

Would love to hear what you like and (more importantly) what you hate.

Thanks!

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