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Re: Discovery/Search user stories

From: Benjamin Young <bigbluehat@hypothes.is>
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2015 10:55:13 -0400
Message-ID: <CAE3H5F+J6KAfTFUO4Q5xFxNf6tHJxCY6BWzy1Vi1Cxz-EV=4vA@mail.gmail.com>
To: Frederick Hirsch <w3c@fjhirsch.com>
Cc: Robert Sanderson <azaroth42@gmail.com>, Web Annotation <public-annotation@w3.org>
On Mon, Jul 20, 2015 at 10:05 AM, Frederick Hirsch <w3c@fjhirsch.com> wrote:

> Rob
>
> thanks for this summary, I have one question inline below.
>
> regards, Frederick
>
> Frederick HIrsch
>
> www.fjhirsch.com
> @fjhirsch
>
> On Jul 15, 2015, at 1:19 PM, Robert Sanderson <azaroth42@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >
> > My division between discovery / browse / follow your nose, and search:
> >
> > # Discovery of Read services:
> >
> > ## "Follow your Nose" Discovery of Annotations:
> >
> > * As an annotation client developer, I want to find one or more lists of
> annotations that target the current resource loaded in the user's browser
> in order to display the annotations to the user.  I want to be able to
> follow links to those lists, to avoid knowing how to construct URLs or
> requests for different systems.  I want to receive a consistent structure
> in the response whenever I follow those links in order to avoid writing
> multiple implementations of the same functionality.
> >
> > * As an annotation client developer, I want to find one or more lists of
> annotations that target part of the resource loaded in the user's browser,
> regardless of how that segmentation or constraint is specified in the
> annotation, in order to display the annotations to the user associated with
> the correct segment.
> >
> > * As an annotation client developer, I want to find one or more lists of
> annotations that target embedded resources within the web page that is
> currently loaded in my user's browser, or part of those embedded resources,
> in order to display the annotations to the user.  For example, annotations
> directly on images that are embedded within the page should be available to
> me along with the annotations on the text within the page.
> >
> > * As a content publisher, I want my users to be able to see annotations
> about my resources in order to become better informed about them, and
> generate community around my content.  I do not want to change my current
> publication look and feel or user experience, whether that contains the
> annotations or not.  I want to be able to point to the lists of
> annotations, regardless of whether they are on my server or in another
> system.
> >
> >
> > ## "Query" Discovery of Annotations:
> >
> > * As an annotation client developer, I want to find one or more lists of
> annotations in external annotation providing systems that target the
> current resource loaded in the user's browser, that target some segment or
> more specific version of it, that target a resource embedded within it, or
> that target some segment or more specific version of a resource embedded
> within it, [editorial: phew!]
>
>
> I'm not sure what it means (in practice) to target a more specific version
> of a resource embedded in a web page.  Do you have an example?
>

Probably image region (re: Rob's IIIF work)?
http://iiif.io/

Or earlier variation of the resource which is embedded (re: Rob's Memento
work)?
http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/

Those would be my guesses.

Rob certainly knows more, though. ;)


>
>
> > in order to display those annotations to the user.  The external system
> is not known to the resource publisher, or publishers and there is no
> reference to it from the resource.  My users have configured the client to
> know where to look, the client needs to know how to interact with the
> remote service and retrieve a consistent representation of the list.
> >
> > * As an annotation server developer, I want to provide lists of
> annotations about arbitrary resources on the web on demand to clients in
> order to allow the client to display those annotations to the user and
> promote the use of my service.
> >
> > * As a content publisher, I want to know what my users are saying about
> my content in systems that I do not control. I do not want to promote the
> use of those remote systems by linking to them. I want to be able to
> construct a request to the remote system to retrieve the annotations on my
> content, either on a resource by resource basis, or more broadly across my
> entire web site.
> >
> >
> > # Discovery of Write Services
> >
> > * As an annotation client developer, I want to find one or more services
> in which my user can create annotations in order to play nicely with
> content providers wanting annotations on their content to reside with them,
> and to avoid having to implement my own annotation server.
> >
> > * As an annotation server developer, I want to make it easy for clients
> to discover my service in order to quickly and easily gain content that I
> can then mine, analyze and sell services over top of.
> >
> > * As a content publisher, I want annotations to be stored at least in my
> own annotation server in order to make use of that user generated content
> to drive search and analytics.  I want arbitrary annotation clients to know
> where my server is and how to interact with it without having to implement
> anything special for my content.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > --
> > Rob Sanderson
> > Information Standards Advocate
> > Digital Library Systems and Services
> > Stanford, CA 94305
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