Thanks for taking interest in the idea, I would appreciate your
collaboration on the project. We (me and my mentors) would look forward for
your guidance in case we need any. It would be nice to see your work on use
of SMW. All the best for that. I will add you to a group where more
discussions on this project happens.
On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 5:34 PM, joel sachs <jsachs(a)csee.umbc.edu> wrote:
I think this is a great idea, and hope you have the chance to work on it.
I strongly recommned that you use the W3C's Open Annotation model as the
basis for the annotations that you generate, unless you have good reasons
not to. Bob Morris and I are about to start work on using SMW to annotate
resources (via OA), and to disseminate these annotations via Filtered Push.
We'd be happy to collaborate.
All the best,
On Mon, 24 Mar 2014, Amanpreet Singh wrote:
I have applied for GSoC 2014 with Mediawiki
aiming to create a plugin
annotate statements in various websites and feed then as statements ( with
references taken as website url and author in the case of Google books,
Project Proposal is currently hosted at
I need to get more feedback from community such as what extra features we
from the tool which can prove this project more useful. I hope this
considered useful by the community.
So kindly, take a look at proposal and provide any valuable comments you
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