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Re: using Annotea SVG support to annotate images

From: Irene Vatton <Irene.Vatton@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 10:17:50 +0200
To: Dan Brickley <danbri@w3.org>
Cc: w3t-tech@w3.org, www-archive@w3.org
Message-Id: <20010911081750.76D6EC@maiana.inrialpes.fr>
> (I was going to send this to w3t-cscw or sw-team, but I figured
> others might be interested and all the SW folk are on -tech too...)
> Something I've been playing with in spare moments:
> 	http://www.w3.org/2001/08/rdfweb/svg-foaf

It's surprising that this file is served with the mime type "text/plain".
Hopefully the URI http://www.w3.org/2001/08/rdfweb/svg-foaf.html works

> A writeup of some experiments with RDF, images, SVG and Amaya that I
> thought folks here might find interesting. This came out of the
> RDFWeb 'semantic web vapourware' hacking project I'm working on with
> Libby Miller, and from talking with Charles when he visited us in Bristol.
> Big thanks to Charles for showing me how much cool stuff that Amaya can
> do :)
> I've not yet tried hooking this up to Annotea. The major next step will
> be associating bits of the photos (described using SVG) with RDF
> descriptions of the people, objects etc that they depict. I don't know
> how much of the Annotea infrastructure might be repurposed to such ends;
> I guess the payload of the annotea description would need changing, to
> include RDF statements about the thing represented by the annotated
> resource. For example, we're currently annotating photos using a mix of
> the RDFPic style and the FOAF RDF vocab, plus a bit of Dublin Core:
> http://rdfweb.org/people/danbri/rdfweb/lib-ecdl.rdf (doesn't use SVG yet).
> Suggestions, feedback etc welcome. If you don't mind your msg being
> publically archived, please cc: www-archive@w3.org so non team folks can
> read it too...

This is my personal opinion about your "Things to Explore"
1. Annotea is able to annotate any part of XML document. If you have a SVG 
path that
   describes a part of an image you can annotate if with Annotea.
2. SVG and RDF are both XML applications.
3. The role of the Amaya Transformation language is to help the user in his 
   task, like restructuring a set of paragraphs to generate a list of items.
   I don't know what kind of transformation you want to do, but if they are 
more than
   that it's a good idea to use an external XSLT.
4. No opinion.
5. I don't know what do you mean by "drag-and-drop editing of paths"?
   Concerning the SVG editing in Amaya, it is limited today. But a new INRIA 
   joined the Amaya team. His plan is to develop this functionality.
Received on Tuesday, 11 September 2001 04:19:45 UTC

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