[cc-devel] cnuth status & Google Summer of Code
Nathan R. Yergler
nathan at creativecommons.org
Fri Mar 23 09:39:12 EDT 2007
On 3/22/07, Jon Phillips <jon at rejon.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-03-22 at 15:40 -0300, Alan Kelon Oliveira de Moraes wrote:
> > Hello!
> > Looking this year SoC ideas, I've got interested to extend the ccnutch
> > to support RDFa and image, audio, or video search and I'm considering to
> > apply to this project. Could anybody give me the ccnuth status and
> > overall relevance of this idea to CC project as a whole? What kind of
> > mentoring could I expect from cc-developers?
> > Best regards,
> Hi, Mike and Nathan are the best ones to advise you on this. I would
> recommend reading through the archives of the cc-devel and cc-community
> mailing lists to see about this task.
I think that a search engine prototype that understood RDFa would be
really cool. It would especially be cool if it were generalized past
CC; that is, building on ccNutch to add support for RDFa, and then
allowing querying based on the relationships described by the triples
(ie, documents that have a license predicate, documents that are of
type "audio", etc).
I know that a problem with ccNutch before was that we didn't have the
resources (or desire, perhaps) to run a full-time crawler. So getting
a good crawl that actually had RDFa in it would be a prerequisite for
this working well. Anyway, in my opinion this would be a really cool
prototype if nothing else. Mike, what're your thoughts?
> The kind of mentoring you could expect is to advise you on the progress,
> checking in with you regularly, code review, and more discussion.
More substantially we can connect you with people involved in the RDFa
spec process, etc.
Please let me know if this doesn't fully answer your questions.
> Generally, if you (or anyone is into CC and GSoC), please ramp up the
> contributions to the development community prior in chat and on this
> list...cheers! BONUS POINTS: To anyone who contributes prior and/or
> edits/adds to our wiki....cheers!
Yeah, "cheers", I suppose.
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