Hi Benedikt,

I've definitely thought about offline form and data stuff, but I don't quite understand your use case:

- Would the offline form be just a copy of an online form? If so, doesn't that mean that sensitive patient data *can* get put on the wiki?

- If a physician stores data offline, can other physicians ever view it?

- Where would the data be stored - on a single device?

- Would each set of offline data have its own RDF export?

- How would the RDF data be queried, if it requires FTP to access?

Yury: Miga currently only does offline viewing, not offline editing. It could potentially do offline editing (which would be a very interesting addition), though it may or may not fit this particular use case.


On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 7:26 AM, Yury Katkov <katkov.juriy@gmail.com> wrote:
Nice case! I remember the proposal to integrate Extension:Drafts with
Semantic Forms but this sounds even more radical! I can tell from my
journeys through SF code that this would be a challenge: the majority
of form is generated on a server side. Benedikt, what do you think
about using Miga for that case?
Yury Katkov, WikiVote

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 2:18 PM, Benedikt Kämpgen
<benedikt.kaempgen@kit.edu> wrote:
> Hello Yaron, Hello Semantic forms experts,
> In our medical project I talked about at SMWCon [1], we have the
> following requirement:
> * We create a full-fledged form for annotating patients in an online SMW.
> * Physicians want to reuse that form to offline fill in the form for
> patients. Offline, since patient data should not be stored in the online
> SMW.
> * After a form has been filled in, its contents are not fixed.
> Physicians may want to modify the content at a later stage.
> * An RDF export of the filled-in form should be possible to be created
> to be stored in a secure FTP server.
> The only way we currently see is to have for the physicians separate
> offline versions of SMW with the imported template, form pages. But this
> seems to require a lot of effort in synchronising the online and offline
> SMW.
> Thus, we are wondering whether it would be possible to somehow export an
> full-fledged offline version of a form.
> I'm thinking of making this a seminar topic for one of our students.
> Any help on this would be greatly appreciated, e.g.,
> * What is your opinion about this use case?
> * Are there implementations one could somehow build on?
> * How difficult does it seem?
> All the best,
> Benedikt
> [1]
> <http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/SMWCon_Fall_2013/Challenges_with_Annotating_Liver_Patient_Data_for_Cognition-Guided_Surgery>
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