This is Padi—it has been roughly thirteen months since our last Future Plans post (read it here) that detailed the future of the website. In the meantime we have launched another Expedition focused on improving the consistency and look of the site. This Expedition—especially of late—has brought a specific issue into our focus, that issue […]
In the previous iteration of Future Plans XIV we identified a long-standing problem with this website, that its inception and setup was dependent on media that existed outside the website, and was secondary to said media. While our articles and information should ultimately be secondary to content that delivers a narrative, the implementation of the […]
In the half-year that the Ajika has had the website, we have made tremendous progress. In reorganizing under the page format, the website’s navigation was made much simpler and content was grouped by type rather than publishing date. This has been a tremendous boon. Additionally, the modification of content bundles from Updates to Expeditions has […]
It took a while (almost two years), but we’ve finally moved on from Future Plans XII. Also for the first time in a while comes fundamental changes to the website. Along with the Social Media sites (twitter and facebook), the In Extremis portion of the website will be turned over to Padi yla Rilc-Tclthhel and […]
I didn’t think that I’d still be in Future Plans XII this far out (the original post is from literally the end of 2017) but here we are. I don’t think I’ll be completely done with the list of goals I set forth in that post, but I’ve crossed off some more. Let’s look at […]
So, this post is split into two parts, the first detailing the past month of agony cleaning that the website has been undergoing.
Well, it’s been a while since I posted one of these.
Last time I made one of these was in late October. A lot has happened since then. Last time, I focuses on what was happening between that date and the Index 1.0 release. This time, I’ll be doing the same, counting down the time between this post and the release of Index 2.0. Right now, […]
This month (October) got busy toward the end – not what I anticipated but as long as In Extremis is moving forward I’m happy – and we wound up with a couple of new (important) articles and a new Future Plans.
This is some sort of milestone, right? The tenth time I talk about the future of this website and both the short- and long-term future of In Extremis.