World University and School, like Wikipedia with MIT OpenCourseWare, is
planning to migrate its nearly 500 pages to WikiData and will need to
define a series of relationships in this ur-wiki-development process. WUaS
plans to be in all 3000-8000 languages and 200 countries, which compounds
the number of computer science semantic wiki problems to solve. Let's
email more about this off-list, if you might be interested in volunteering.
"A *semantic wiki* is a wiki <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki> that has
an underlying model of the
in its pages. Regular, or syntactic, wikis have structured text and untyped
hyperlinks <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperlink>. Semantic wikis, on the
other hand, provide the ability to capture or identify information about
the data within pages, and the relationships between pages, in ways that
can be queried or exported like a
On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 1:20 AM, Norman Richter <development(a)normanrichter.de
i am a student of computer sciences in germany wanting to do my academic
i am very interested in things connected to the semantic web.
so it would be a pleasure to me to work on an challenging topic for
this means, i am NOT looking for jobs that are just work.
but i am looking for problems that i can solute with scientific
methodology, for instance developing concepts and prototypes in the field
of semantic technology.
would be cool if i could do something for wikidata.
waiting for suggestions...
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