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RE: Movable Type (weblog management) installation for SWAD-Europe

From: Danny Ayers <danny666@virgilio.it>
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 10:54:20 +0100
To: "Dan Brickley" <danbri@w3.org>, <public-esw@w3.org>
Message-ID: <EBEPLGMHCDOJJJPCFHEFIEDFJBAA.danny666@virgilio.it>

Excellent. Blogged [1] & blogrolled [2] ;-)

Two related things I'd like to see around here somewhere (both within SWAD-E
scope?) :

* a list of semweb related blogs (I've got a handful listed on [2], but most
of those, e.g. dajobe's, I found by chance)

* tips/scripts for semweb-enabling blogging tools (things on top of RSS 1.0
feeds) - dogfood!

Coincidentally I just set up an Movable Type blog [1] for personal stuff
(the other one's really just for bookmarking semweb-related sites), so I'd
be particularly interested in anything MT+RDF you come up with.



[1] http://dannyayers.com
[2] http://www.citnames.com/blog/

>-----Original Message-----
>From: public-esw-request@w3.org [mailto:public-esw-request@w3.org]On
>Behalf Of Dan Brickley
>Sent: 16 January 2003 12:45
>To: public-esw@w3.org
>Subject: Movable Type (weblog management) installation for SWAD-Europe
>I have set up an installation of the Movable Type system, for use by
>interested project partners and collaborators. It is a very
>popular and pretty slick
>Weblog management package, not opensource but free for non-profit
>use(*). I've
>used it elsewhere, as has Dave and others. Chatting with Paul
>Shabajee earlier this
>week, we noted the overlap with the planned HP demo work on
>Semantic Blogging/weblogging
>and bibliographic information; we thought that getting some
>experience with
>this package would be good background to research/demos elsewhere
>in the package.
>Currently I have set up accounts for myself, Kate, Nikki, Charles,
>Libby, Dave. I
>can create additional accounts for any SWAD-Europe project
>participants who are
>interested: please let me know, providing your W3C member account
>Web username. For
>technical and admin reasons this is on a separate box and
>subdomain from the rest of
>the W3C website, but I'd like at least to make sure usernames
>match up. Ideally
>it would be good to have occasional updates, however informal,
>from each project partner.
>Currently, there is just one Weblog set up under this
>installation; we could add
>more, eg with invited participation from the RDF Interest Group on
>specific topics
>(calendaring, query, thesaurus...). The site currently has some
>brief news items on it
>from me, Libby (re calendaring) and Dave (re his workpackage).
>There's probably a
>balance to be found between putting stuff on the weblog (better
>for broad dissemination,
>classification etc of articles) versus posting it to this list.
>I'm sure we'll
>figure out which works for which purpose as time goes on. For me
>at least, I find
>weblogs a useful way to keep research notes and be more open about
>what I'm working on...
>Public URL for 'esw' weblog:  	http://esw.w3.org/mt/esw/
>Admin interface: 		http://esw.w3.org/mtcgi/mt.cgi
>Movable Type homepage:		http://www.movabletype.org/
>It also automatically generates an RSS 1.0 (RDF) feed
>describing new items, so our postings can get picked up by RSS syndicators.
>RSS feed:			http://esw.w3.org/mt/esw/index.rdf
>Let me know if you have any questions.
>(*)I intend to register a copy, regardless of whether we're
>non-profit or not as
>a project.
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