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Re: [Libreplanet-dev] Semantic Mediawiki example

From: Holmes Wilson
Subject: Re: [Libreplanet-dev] Semantic Mediawiki example
Date: Wed, 04 Nov 2009 11:31:19 -0500
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Ah, no problem.   So, what are the next steps?

If you give me a template to work from, I'd be happy to start applying it to different campaigns and groups.

On 11/4/09 7:09 AM, Peter wrote:
Apologies Holmes,

My mailer missed this email, I found it in the archives

Date:    Fri, 18 Sep 2009 18:01:42 -0400
Hi Peter,

  Do you think you'd have enough of a handle on this to propose a draft
definition (if that's what it's called)? We could then try using it for a few
groups, and unearth weaknesses in definition as we go.

That is a great idea. I have been using my own website for development and
would welcome testing in real situations. I initially setup the LibrePlanet
group for this, but any group(s) will do.


  On 9/17/09 4:01 AM, Peter wrote:
On Wednesday 16 September 2009 21:26, John Sullivan wrote:
Holmes Wilson<address@hidden>  writes:
You mean in that each group is a filled-in template of structured

Yes, but specifically a Semantic MediaWiki template, which provides more
features than usual MediaWiki templates -- for example, the information
in the templates is available in a standard, machine-readable format
(RDF), and also each field in the template has a type, so things like
geographic coordinates can be handled easily.

   From, setting
up a
rdf wiki is a non-trivial task, since the knowledge base has to be
well-defined and the type, property, template, and form namespaces need to
powerful enough to express statements in that knowledge domain.

At least I agree with John LibrePlanet should look like,
question is how to move it in that direction?



btw, I have partially solved the registration problem, in that you can now
register with groups and projects using standard forms. It is unfortunately
trivial to circumvent, but does offer proof of correctness.



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