Hello,
Thanks for your interest.
I've talked to Yaron today. We both agreed that a internationalization of the extension would be great. I will handle it during the next week.
Concerning moving the code to MediaWiki SVN, at CC we think it's a good idea but we want to keep an hand on it, so having a MediaWiki SVN acces would be great.
Anyway, let's wait for the i18n before moving to MediaWiki SVN.

Thanks for your comments and support.
Steren

On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 11:39 PM, Markus Krötzsch <markus@semantic-mediawiki.org> wrote:
Hi Steren,

this is very interesting work, and we surely have a closer look. I forward
this to the user list since I believe more people could like to give it a
try.

I think I see some potential minor glitches in the code (try it on a Category
page ;-), but it otherwise looks as if it will be compatible with the next
SMW 1.2 right away (since you use the store methods for reading data).

It might be a good idea to get a login for the MediaWiki SVN repo and put the
code in there. This gives you free security fixes, easier deployability for
users that get their wiki from SVN, and translations to 100s of languages
(with little effort from your side).

Regards

Markus


On Freitag, 27. Juni 2008, Steren wrote:
> Hi,
> I recently developed a Semantic MediaWiki extension for an internal use at
> Creative Commons.
> See more at http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:SemanticTasks
>
> It includes email notifications and email reminders, basically:
> - for notifications, it parses a saved page and watch for the [[Assigned
> to::*]] property. I then sends mails to notify concerned people about the
> task creation or update.
> - for reminders, you have to run a run a cron job once a day, the script
> looks for the [[Reminder at::*]] and the [[Target date::*]] properties
> tosend reminders.
>
> This extension is used internally in the Creative Commons Teamspace (
> http://wiki.creativecommons.org/CcTeamspace).
>
> Contact me if you want more information.
> Steren



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