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Re: RecommendedTutorials: some progress on recommendation setup

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2007 10:46:33 +0100
Message-ID: <474A95F9.4020706@w3.org>
To: Danny Ayers <danny.ayers@gmail.com>
Cc: W3C SWEO IG <public-sweo-ig@w3.org>
Hi Danny,

this looks good. Some random ideas...

- it would be good to allow for some sort of a categorization, tagging
with some controlled vocabulary, or something similar, that reviewers
can add. Things like is it a slide set or a full text, is it
introductory or not, what are the SW technologies covered, stuff like that.

- using the tags above and, for example, the authors' name, having some
predefined sparql searches would also be helpful (with also some nice,
html output of the result). Eg, if I want to find a tutorial on, say,
OWL, it should be easy to find...

- the 'preview' idea is great. I just wonder whether PDF should be
considered as a preview (it launches a plugin or an external program,
for example). Maybe using those crude PDF->HTML converters for these
cases might be a better idea...

Thanks a lot Danny

I.

Danny Ayers wrote:
> Hi SWEOlings,
> 
> I realise I had an action to ping SWIG re. tutorials, but have
> procrastinated on that long enough that I've now the scripts I was
> playing with very nearly ready to act as a recommendation system.
> 
> As before there's a source list derived from del.icio.us - a couple of
> hundred docs, though many are off-topic. I've added a form for rating
> these (click on the link in the "All Tutorials" list), as well
> adding/rating other resources. Not quite ready for live use - feel
> free to play, I'll be clearing the data before making it live.
> 
> http://danja.talis.com/reviews
> 
> It's currently running on my personal Talis Platform store (which is
> full of junk), but I'll flip it over to a dedicated one pretty soon.
> Right now there isn't anything in place for actually presenting the
> tutorials (though the SPARQL endpoint allows arbitrary presentation),
> but I'm hoping to use another bit of Talis kit, Engage, for that when
> I get back from trip to Bristol SWIG meet.
> 
> Cheers,
> Danny.
> 

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