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some thoughts on community coverage of WWW2004...
WWW2004 will be held in New York City in May. Between digital cameras, chumpbots, RDF, and wireless connectivity, it ought to be more feasiable than ever to provide interesting, searchable documentation of the conference.
Let's build a semantic photo archive and other community-based documentation.
See also: ConnectingAudiences.
- Compare to WWW2003 community coverage
- discussion on 2003-11-03
- make a chump, irc, blog, photoblog
- describe people, locations, things, photos, movies, audio files
- link historical info - early computers, experiments
- trying not to make it all too fragile; semweb tech to make that happen:
- foaf for people
- rss 1.0 for feeds, and
- other vocabs for photos, geo
- harvest the bits up and present them in different ways - photo view, news view
- geo-location view:
- integration of RDF-cal, WMS maps of registered users, rooms and so on like for www2003 in budapest or similars
- WMS maps of users, developers, companies as RDF or Web layers, well do one for the FoaF Attendee attendee list when there are some names to show (this is what we are thinking off (showing the apache committers)).
People interested in getting involved, please add your name here - or even better - add it to this FoaF Attendee list.
Paul Cowles - http://www.semaview.com - will publish conference calendar with Sherpa (RDF output) and attendees may subscribe (ala iCal) to the published RDF schedule for free (tool is free to consume cals). Others may extend the RDF to include GEO, FOAF etc.
Bryce Benton - can help with php/mysql and front-end interfaces.
WWW conference photo archive
A project to gather together photos from various WWW conferences and annotate them with depiction data.
Meetings and actions
- Greg: write a high-level description of the system
- Greg: talk to Ben, Mike, Stu about hosting
- Libby: ask Aaron about licensing issues (request made)
- danbri: request w3c list / archive for this project
- libby/danbri/nick/steve: to work on an account of the data we'd want. it may not need a new schema at all
- jim/nick/steve: focus first on conference data
- 2003-12-18 IRC meet
notes about WWW2004 conference photo archive
Nick's 4 main areas of work:
1) ontology for annotation and metadata 2) infrastructure (scutters, rdf stores, etc) 3) annotation tools and 4) publication tools (searching, browsing, exploring, etc)
Some ideas from libby - feel free to edit/expand:
- deciding the sorts of information we are interested in, and
documenting how to do this (for tool developers and perhaps early users)
- creating some means for creators to tell us about their images and metadata (could be as simple as the foaf bulletin board)
- creating or adapting existing tools (like foaf-a-matic, for example), which just generate the RDF metadata, but don't upload it --CMN: I have been pondering the idea of using Annotea to annotate an email address as a way of uploading FOAF data.
- adapting and using tools to harvest, store and query RDF (including
provenance tracking, deleting)
- creating generic uploading and editing RDF document facilities withaccess control for the images and metadata (e.g. something like ILRT interests database)
- designing the user interface for browsing and searching the photos
- the user should be able to point at the same instances of (say) Libby Miller that other people have referred to when annotating a photo, so that the data all joins up - tricky
- think of a CC license for the photos (libby talk to Aaron?)
- investigate legal issues? privacy? removing photos on request?
- how open should it be?
- where should the photos and RDF be kept?
- what sort of pictures are we interested in? small or large group pictures, informal/formal, individuals?
- what things do we want to describe?
creator of photo location of photo date of photo
DC for photo, papers depictions of things in the photo other things about people
location, event (incl date) photos taken at description of photo depictions - mostly people, id'd by hashed email annotator, date annotated creator CC info