I would be very interested in this over in the DAO area also.
What do you suggest? The ontolog-forum is perhaps a better
point of intersection then the dev level. The protege server really
makes the environment strong. What if WikiNames could
be linked directly to the ontology base. (01)
This is a community goal I would think - allowing the wiki knowledge
(perpetually under construction) to be immediately structured. Of
under the wiki edit - you'd have to have a field for isASubclassOf. By
the same token - the ontology terms (imported or specified) would be
wiki terms which show up in our texts. (02)
Many wiki sites have categorization schemes - like tikiwiki.org - which
are different then ontology schemes. If we could do this, then the
based terms would also have a structured aspect (beyond the
On the sidebar of the wiki you would have 'pages visited' and 'View
Ontology' - going
to the specific location of the WikiName in the ontology. Just think if
this :). (03)
On Apr 9, 2005, at 3:52 AM, Peter P. Yim wrote: (05)
> Further to a discussion I had with Ray Fergerson of the Protege
> Project/Stanford Medical Informatics, we are contemplating to set up a
> server based Protege/ontology service, and a (multi-user)
> collaborative ontology development Protege platform that will be
> hosted on the CIM3 infrastructure.
> I promised Ray I'll start a thread here to work out the details, and
> to solicit community input prior to doing the real setup.
> I am hoping to have the services in place before our CCT-Ontology
> translation work session (which is scheduled for Mon 2005.04.25 pm).
> Therefore, we have about 1 week for discussion and comments, and one
> week for setting up the servers.
> May I start this off by asking Ray to point us to documentations that
> are available for these two software products that we are about to
> deploy. Are there links on your website that you can provide us with,
> Comments, questions & suggestion welcomed from all.
> Regards. =ppy
> P.S. I am making a post to both [ontolog-forum] and [ontolog-dev] now
> ... but if this conversation start to get more involved (and low
> level), we should actually do that under [ontolog-dev], which is
> designated for "discussions relating to the development of the
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