From: Dan Bolser <dan.bolser@gm...> - 2009-11-19 16:07:22
2009/11/19 Markus Krötzsch <markus@...>:
> On Donnerstag, 19. November 2009, Philipp Zaltenbach wrote:
>> Markus has created a blog based on SMW for his homepage:
>> There is also an article, giving hints about how to build an SMW-based
> Right, though as you see there, I did not get very far with documenting this
> application. The blog still lacks a commenting functionality, mostly due to
> access permission issues (posting and displaying comments would be easy enough
> with SF+ask).
> Still I would like to see more people documenting their insights in using SMW
> in a particular domain, maybe in a similar format (one blog post would already
> help a lot). Detailed documentation is of course time-consuming, but even
> general descriptions can be extremely useful for others to find solutions to
> their particular task.
This is where I think site metadata would come in really handy. For
example, with some modifications to SF, it could create semantic data
to describe the structure of such applications.
Perhaps its a bit far fetched, but I think it's a nice idea to pursue.
You won't find many database systems that don't have metadata. I don't
see why SMW should not be able to do this.
I have tried to document my own 'applications' here:
But again, I think we need to work on that site (collectively) to
increase the visibility of such resources.