Thought I'd forward this announcement here ... |
Congratulations to the Protege team and all who are involved to make this happen!
This is exciting ... and a real achievement!
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From: Jennifer Vendetti <vendetti@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, May 17, 2011 at 6:16 PM
Subject: [protege-releases] WebProtege 0.5 Beta
We are pleased to announce the first beta build of WebProtege
(version 0.5, build 500)!
Please post questions, comments, and bug reports on the protege-discussion
. Installation instructions are available
on the Protege wiki.
The HTML Message Portlet allows the embedding of
arbitrary HTML pages or snippets as part of a WebProtege
tab. This portlet can be used for warnings, alerts, news,
embedded documentation, and so on.
Users can now sign
in with their OpenID account, such as Google,
Yahoo, AOL, Flickr, etc. The first time a user signs in with
the OpenID, she will be prompted to associate it with a
WebProtege account. For subsequent sign ins, the user can
simply use the OpenId. The associated OpenId accounts can be
edited in the Options menu -> Edit profile.
The users may opt to be notified
of changes occurring in their watched entities or
branches, as well as in the notes and discussions attached to
these entities. The notification is sent by email and can be
configured, together with the notification frequency, in the
Options menu -> Edit profile.
WebProtege stores the user
interface configuration in a XML file that can be
manually edited to change the layout of tabs and portlets. The
configuration can be generic (applied to all projects),
project specific (applied to one project for all users), or
project/user specific (is custom for a project and user).
Added support for building domain specific knowledge
acquisition forms. Forms are similar to the ones
in the Protege 3.x series in which a property in the ontology
is associated to a widget that can display and edit the values
of the property. Available property widgets: text field, text
area, combo box, grid, etc. See documentation.
It is now possible to create your own tabs, add
portlets to them, and set a controlling portlet for the tab.
The controlling portlet sets the selection for the rest of the
portlets in a tab. For example, in the Classes tab, the class
tree portlet is the controlling portlet.
The selection in the different tabs is now synchronized.
For example, if a user selects a class in the Classes tab, and
then switches to the Individuals tab, the same class will be
and bug fixes
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