For someone who should theoretically be an “expert” in information systems analysis, and someone who has taken an entire course on archives, the notion that a directory structure may in the end prove more expressive than the information contained in the files within it should probably have led me to pay more careful attention to such things.
(Home directories aren’t really meant to be shared; in the end even contextualizing only goes so far.)
I cleaned it up, but I’m not sure it’s any better or matters.
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