Client-Agnostic & Researcher-aligned
Discourse Graphs are a decentralized knowledge exchange protocol designed to be implemented and owned by researchers — rather than publishers — to share results at all stages of the scientific process.
Discourse Graphs are client-agnostic with decentralized push-pull storage & and can be implemented in any networked notebook software (Roam, Notion, LogSeq, Obsidian, etc.) straight from a repo, allowing researchers to collaborate widely while working in the tool of their choice.
Discourse Graphs support and incentivize knowledge sharing by making it easy to push to and pull from a shared knowledge graph — and to claim credit for many more types of contributions
Discourse Graphs are like github for scientific communication.