Re: Request for feedbacks on SVG Accessibility, linearization, RDF, etc...

Unfortunately, almost all my existing SVG files break with Amaya, and my 
goal was to use my approach to annotate a large set of slides which I use 
for presentation. Ie, I have not tried this.


At 20:02 24-08-01, Marja-Riitta Koivunen wrote:
>You can add an annotation to an SVG image with Annotea. Jose demonstrated 
>it at www10.
>You need to select the SVG object and then select annotate selection 
>command from the menu. After you have written the content you need to post 
>the annotation. Did you have problems with it?
>At 01:44 PM 8/24/2001 -0400, Charles McCathieNevile wrote:
>>I made an example at (I did
>>it in Amaya, and found a bug in the way amaya treats metadata. But until then
>>it only took a few minutes. I could also use Amaya to add metadata as an
>>annotation if it had an authoring interface, or maybe I could work out how to
>>make a tool that did it automatically based on Art Barstow's bookmarklets for
>>On Thu, 23 Aug 2001, Charles McCathieNevile wrote:
>>   An idea I am trying to work on:
>>   take a bitmap image and convert it into SVG (drop the URI into the 
>> following
>>   template:
>>   <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
>>   <svg xmlns="">
>>     <image xlink:href="$source$">
>>     </image>
>>   </svg>
>>   Then lay some polygons on the image to identify parts of it.
>>   Use a service like to add some
>>   RDF linking the pieces of the image to something they depict.
>>   Chaals
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