@tindall @jamey @grainloom I agree with the sentiment, and would love new, diverse editions, but to go meta for a moment: do we need an updated Jargon File? Not being facetious, but I remember feeling like Wikipedia and search engines had replaced it, about 15 years ago (because it was an early target for inclusion!). What are interesting takes on the JF that new folks could tackle? ^_^
@maiki @tindall @grainloom That's an interesting question! I think there's some value in placing things in a specific context―Know Your Meme or Urban Dictionary or TV Tropes all have different contexts than Wikipedia and that's useful. But what I'd really like to see is historians and ethnographers recording the stories of people in computing, if I had to pick one thing to keep from the Jargon File.
@jamey @grainloom @tindall Now we're cooking with fire! I encourage folks to keep what I call "digital commonbooks", something more than a blog, more like a personal, but public, wiki of goings on and culture, so we continue the tradition of storytelling into the future.
I've always thought of the JF as an instance of that, and I do hope others pick up on it. ^_^