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From: Jack Park <jackpark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2003 07:25:38 -0800
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FWIW, I have this ongoing engineering prototype project, which I call 
NexistWiki.    (01)

It is a servlet that lets you write stories (read: ontologies, code, 
whatever), discuss them (not quite fully wired yet), edit and version them, 
and run a weblog to advertise your thoughts.    (02)

An instance of the latest version can be found at 
http://www.nexist.org/jt/  (which is soon to be a storytelling site for 
kids in Africa). The only stories there thus far are some lightweight help 
stories. Remember, this is prototype stuff.    (03)

The site supports the collective development of topic maps: it covers 
topics, associations, and more. Indeed, given the associations, it is 
possible to construct ontologies or, say, Java classpaths, online, one 
Webpage per concept or Java class.    (04)

Eventually, it will include an upload servlet for filesharing.    (05)

In any case, if interested, I can put up an instance for this group to play 
with.    (06)

NexistWiki is open source, but the code isn't really ready to unleash on 
the public yet.    (07)

Jack    (08)

At 07:14 AM 3/6/2003, you wrote:
>Is there shared space available where we can post files to?
>I'd like to start hacking on a protege ontology and
>post it so people can throw rocks at it.  ;^)
>Then we can iteratively refine it.
>- Mike
>Michael C. Daconta
>Chief Scientist, Advanced Programs Group
>McDonald Bradley, Inc.
>www.daconta.net    (09)

XML Topic Maps: Creating and Using Topic Maps for the Web.
Addison-Wesley. Jack Park, Editor. Sam Hunting, Technical Editor    (010)

Build smarter kids globally to reduce the need for smarter bombs.    (011)

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