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Re: Maintenance Workflow for SKOS (or RDF statements)

From: Christophe Dupriez <christophe.dupriez@destin.be>
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2010 12:44:04 +0100
Message-ID: <4CE26E84.8050800@destin.be>
To: Simon.Cox@csiro.au
CC: public-esw-thes@w3.org
Hi Simon!

Thank you for reminding the discussion we had last June on this list.
I think the conclusion was that the skos:status of NDSL is simply a list 
of the possible combinations of ISO 19135 independent attributes.
I am pursuing in that direction, now trying to create a "real" system to 
identify SKOS (or RDF) statements that people want to change and to 
record their decision.
Votation is a simple a mechanism for building/measuring consensus.

If anybody is doing something in that direction or interested to 
contribute to the development or the documentation:
http://www.askosi.org/maintenance.pdf
I would be very happy to learn about it! Students welcome!

PI=3, why not? In many domain, better decisions would be taken if people 
were conscious that operational precision is rarely better than a 
significant digit!

Have a nice day!

Christophe

Le 16/11/2010 02:39, Simon.Cox@csiro.au a écrit :
> "- a workflow manager to record update proposals and have the maintainers
> vote about them."
>
> There are good acceptance criteria other than voting, and it doesn't always get the right result. In 1897 the Indiana reps voted to define pi=3 - fortunately the bill died in the state senate.
>
> I suggest you should provide a more abstract acceptance point for proposals.
>
> FWIW ISO 19135 has a very nice model of workflows for register-maintenance.
> In this context, a vocabulary is a kind of register.
>
> Simon Cox
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: public-esw-thes-request@w3.org [mailto:public-esw-thes-request@w3.org] On Behalf Of Christophe Dupriez
> Sent: Thursday, 21 October 2010 6:22 AM
> To: SKOS; dspace-fr@services.cnrs.fr
> Subject: Maintenance Workflow for SKOS (or RDF statements)
>
>    Maintaining thesauri and their interrelations requires:
> - a user interface for browsing/search/visualisation of concepts and
> their relations,
> - a workflow manager to record update proposals and have the maintainers
> vote about them.
> We would like to "make happen" such a "maintenance workflow manager for
> RDF and SKOS" first to serve the needs of Belgium Poison Centre (*) and
> then those of the SKOS Community in general.
>
> Please click below for draft specifications:
> http://www.askosi.org/maintenance.pdf
>
> As a computer scientist, I can develop parts of this system (upon the
> basis of ASKOSI.org current results) but this could be also an
> opportunity for other good wills and talents to improve users needs
> assessment, specifications, documentation, HTML/CSS/Javascript design,
> Java coding of specific parts, user acceptance validation, etc. We would
> be also very happy to collaborate with an existing project.
>
> Please let me know your potential interest for your students, for your
> project team or for yourself.
>
> Wishing you a very nice day,
>
> Christophe Dupriez
>
> (*) The resulting thesauri are currently used to index and retrieve
> within a DSpace Repository of 90 thousands scientific articles about
> Acute Toxicology.
>
>
>
>
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