[annotator-dev] [DRAFT at 2] Apache Incubator Proposal
byoung at bigbluehat.com
Tue May 31 20:59:33 UTC 2016
Great to hear, Robert!
One possible future is that we could create several sub-projects under an "Apache Annotator" top-level project.
Digilib and other similar "problem-space" focused code projects could (at their authors discretion ^_^) be donated to the ASF for continued development as a sub-project.
We're not there yet, obviously. :) But it is something we can (and should) discuss during Incubation as we'll be planning how to structure the project going forward as well as its overall scope--which is where sub-projects can help out.
Excited you're here, Robert!
From: Robert Casties [mailto:casties at mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de]
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2016 4:47 PM
To: Benjamin Young <byoung at bigbluehat.com>; annotator-dev at lists.okfn.org
Subject: Re: [annotator-dev] [DRAFT at 2] Apache Incubator Proposal
I added myself to the initial committers on the github wiki.
I would gladly commit the couple of lines that is the tokenauth-plugin
My digilib code is also open source but its a part of a separate codebase (mostly by me, currently LGPL). Only the digilib-annotator plugin uses annotator code:
But I am very interested in developing more reusable code for image annotations.
On 31.05.16 20:15, Benjamin Young wrote:
> You're more than welcome to add your name to the list on the GitHub wiki--ping me when you're done and I'll get your name added to the ASF-level one.
> One of the core hopes here is to get more active committers and to also rally/wrangle all the various plugins into the same space, so we can grow them together. It would be ideal, in fact, for you to join the committers list, contribute your plugins (assuming that's your plan ;) ), and help move all of this forward.
> In short, not having code already in annotator.js is not a blocker by any means.
> Sound good?
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> Hi Benjamin and Oliver,
> does it still make sense to add my name to the initial committers list?
> I don't have code in annotator.js but I have a small annotator plugin and annotation-related code in digilib. Can I use the MPI for History of Science I am working for as affiliation?
> Or is there another list for people that are interested in collaborating but don't have code in annotator.js?
> On 27.05.16 12:55, Oliver Sauter wrote:
>> Hello Robert @ all!
>> I am Oliver the founder of one of the starting projects, WorldBrain.io.
>> Great to have you interested in contributing on this as well! :)
>> There are a few things you could do now:
>> *1. Add yourself to the initial committer list, in case you want to
>> collaborate on this project* Just edit the application for the ASF on
>> r oposal#initial-commiters> under the section “Initial Commiters
>> and add yourself with an email address and WorldBrain.io as your
>> “Affiliations <https://github.com/openannotation/annotator/wiki/Apache-Incubation-Proposal#affiliations>”
>> *3. We want to gather a list of all currently needed use cases and
>> content types for annotations* From that we can abstract the
>> different types of web content that needs to be anchored on, to have
>> a clearer picture of the specific user flows related to them. (for
>> later design of UI elements etc)
>> /- i.e. “I want to annotate images with a rectangle” or “I want to
>> annotate sequences of videos” or “I want to annotate the images
>> inside a pdf” or “ I want to do semantic tagging./ / / *To add use cases:
>> *To add content-types:
>> *4. We want to gather a list of all annotation-related projects* The
>> motto of the ASF is “Community before Code”, which means we have to
>> gather a diverse set of people and interests that declare to get
>> involved in such a joint project.
>> And the more people get involved, the faster we all will have this
>> library :)
>> *To add annotation projects:
>> Thanks and have a nice weekend!
>> *Oliver Sauter*
>> Founder /WorldBrain - Verifying the Internet with Science/
>> FON: +49 171 5323694
>> MAIL: oli at worldbrain.io <mailto:oli at worldbrain.io>
>> WEB: http://www.worldbrain.io
>> FB: RealWorldBrain <http://facebook.com/realworldbrain>
>> TW: World__Brain <http://twitter.com/World__Brain>
>>> On 27 May 2016, at 12:10, Robert Casties
>>> <casties at mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de <mailto:casties at mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de>> wrote:
>>> On 26.05.16 21:33, Benjamin Young wrote:
>>>> To that end, I've done a (somewhat heavy) revision of the original proposal:
>>>> This revision focuses more on our diverse community and working to
>>>> ensure its longevity.
>>>> Give that proposal a quick skim, and send in your feedback!
>>> Cool, Thanks Benjamin.
>>> I like the proposal. What are the next steps?
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