[open-development] group brainstorm / web conference on web content tagging / taxonomy stuff?
steelgraham at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 11 19:49:45 UTC 2009
In part related, as a follow on from the first virtual meet up for this working group, the first action point was:-
ACTION (Graham Steel): Look into audio for next meeting (sorted)
Sorted in the sense that I contacted Alex Coleman who mentioned the potential use of WebEx (web conferencing).
What Joe is saying I guess goes into a deeper topic related area. I am just saying that it would appear that Alex should be able to sort us out for an audio link up for the the next meeting in September.
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> From: jpringle at forumone.com
> Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 13:13:07 -0400
> To: open-development at lists.okfn.org
> Subject: [open-development] group brainstorm / web conference on web content tagging / taxonomy stuff?
> Hi Everyone -
> I wanted to propose a call or web conference about an aspect of this that
> I've been trying to wrap my head around. I've been trying to think of
> ways that organizations that publish development knowledge to the web can
> better tag that content and make it available in machine accessible ways.
> In other words, in ways that other web sites and apps can easily
> aggregate, mash up, organize, etc via extended RSS feeds, API's, etc. I'm
> mostly focused on reports, blog post, tools, resources, conversations,
> events, etc. I was wondering whether there would be critical mass for a
> phone discussion or web conf about this including looking at certain
> things that are currently happening that seem relevant:
> For my limited perspective, I'm just trying to understand the best way we
> could move toward some sort of shared vocabulary / ontology around
> development topics from which we could derive standards and easily
> implementable approaches for XML / RSS feeds, API's, etc. Hopefully this
> makes sense, and if any of you have figured this out or there is already a
> clear path forward on this I'd love to be educated.
> Just throwing it out there. If there's enough interest I'm happy to
> organize. Thanks!
> Joe Pringle
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