as the Probabilistic Programming Languages (PPL) field in Julia seems to grow more and more, with lots of interesting packages and approaches it might be a good time to add a
Probabilistic Programming Domain to discourse.julialang.org. This would allow people working on PPLs to connect better and users of PPLs to find a place where they can ask questions and find archived answers.
What do the admins think about this?
cc: @yebai @Kai_Xu @willtebbutt @cscherrer @Elrod
Not an admin but just want to say that I think that’s a great idea.
i can’t create domains, i can create tags. but probabilistic-programming seems too long for discourse to create. This can be a good subdomain of the “Domains” Domain
Correct, I was talking about creating a sub-domain under Domains on julialang.discourse.org. Similar to the Machine Learning sub-domain it would be nice to have a Probabilistic Programming sub-domain.
Do Tags also have to be added by admins or can we do this as the community?
Tags can be manipulated by Regulars, which is a title granted to users who meet certain requirements on Discourse (I think it’s a certain amount of activity over some period).