Hey friends! Just wanted to share something I found confusing about teams UI. When you look at a notebook published to a team, it shows author attribution (e.g. that this Mona Lisa notebook is written by Mike, although published to D3 team):
However, if you go to Mike’s profile, you won’t find that notebook there. If I follow an author on Observable, I’d love to see all public notebooks they create on their profile, and from the other side, as an author publishing to a team, I’d still like my notebooks to show up on my profile page. Were there reasons to intentionally decide against this?
It also seems inconsistent to either show the author or the team in the same spot on a notebook thumbnail — ideally, both would be shown (e.g. “Mike Bostock / D3, 3 days ago”):
And lastly, a few weird slightly unrelated things: fixed now:
- If you search for “Mona Lisa Histogram” (the title of the notebook), it doesn’t find it. Might be a search indexing bug?
- You can see on the thumbnail above that it’s a fork, but on the notebook’s page, there’s no indication that it’s a fork. Perhaps if it’s a public fork of a private notebook, it shouldn’t be indicated as a fork publicly?