[acawiki-general] [Wiki-research-l] WikiPapers: all the literature about wikis compiled in a... wiki

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Mon Feb 13 11:00:45 EST 2012


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2012/2/4 Jodi Schneider <jschneider at pobox.com>

> Maybe somebody has time to test interchange between AcaWiki and wikipapers
> [1] using RDF/SMW?
>
> We should receive all their summaries and send anything tagged wiki or
> Wikipedia on AcaWiki. Their data model is in the message below -- first
> step is to look at our data model and see what should map to what.
>
> -Jodi
>
>
> [1] http://wikipapers.referata.com/wiki/List_of_publications
>
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> Date: Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 7:48 PM
> Subject: Re: [Wiki-research-l] WikiPapers: all the literature about wikis
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> 2012/2/2 Dan Bolser <dan.bolser at gmail.com>
>
>>  Since you both use SMW, it would be great to develop some way of
>> directly sharing data between the two wikis. (I'm currently
>> researching that now for a different project). So far the only
>> mechanism I have found is via the 'remote query' feature of the
>> exhibit extension:
>> http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Exhibit_format
>>
>> Oh, I also just remembered this, which would be a great way for you to
>> set up sharing between wikis:
>> http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:DSMW
>>
>> Perhaps it will be possible to add something to the regular query
>> syntax to allow 'remote queries'?
>>
>
> I have to look at the Semantic MediaWiki features for export/import data.
> I know that there are some RDF options, but I have not tested yet.
>
>
>>
>> Talking of data sharing, do you both use the same (standard?) data
>> model for describing publications? i.e. using the Dublin core
>> ontology? (Sorry for not going to check that, I figure just ask ;-)
>>
>>
> Following the parameters in this link
> http://www.cs.umd.edu/projects/plus/SHOE/onts/dublin.html , this is the
> WikiPapers model:
> TITLE -> title
> CREATOR -> author
> SUBJECT -> keywords
> DESCRIPTION -> abstract
> PUBLISHER -> published in
> CONTRIBUTOR -> ?
> DATE -> year
> TYPE -> type
> FORMAT -> ?
> IDENTIFIER -> doi, arXiv, PubMed, isbn, issn
> SOURCE -> ?
> LANGUAGE -> language
> RELATION -> ?
> COVERAGE -> ?
> RIGHTS -> license
>
> format and relation have not been formally defined by Dublin. I'm not sure
> what info adds 'contributor' to 'creator', 'source' to 'publisher' and
> 'coverage' to 'abstract/keywords'.
>
>
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Dan.
>>
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