>> I have a semantic media wiki question! :)
>> I guess the easiest thing is that I refer you to the incriminated page
>> The first entry is
>> Katja Markert and Malvina Nissim. Comparing Knowledge Sources for =20
>> Nominal Anaphora Resolution. Computational Linguistics, 31(3), 2005.
>> If you notice, Computational Linguistics has an internal relation =20
>> to me in terms of "has published in", and an external link to the =20
>> journal website.
>> The syntax I gave it is this: [[has published in::http://=20
>> http://www.mitpressjournals.org/loi/coli| Computational Linguistics]]
I think, the best way to solve your particular problem is to create
a wiki page called "Computational Linguistics", on which you put a
link "[[homepage:=3Dwww.mitpressjournals.org/loi/coli]]". And then
link to this wiki page instead.
The model of Semantic MediaWiki is to talk about wiki pages, not
other URLs. So every concept in you model should have a wiki page.
Dipl.-Inform. Max V=F6lkel, Universit=E4t Karlsruhe / FZI
voelkel@... +49 721 9654-854 http://www.xam.de
*Second* Workshop on Semantic Wikis: http://semwiki.org/wibke2006
>> Now, in the list of relations at the bottom of the page, it shows =20
>> the following:
>> User:MalvinaNissim Has published in http://=20
>> What I wonder is whether it is possible to have the =20
>> 'placeholder' (Computational Linguistics) rather than the whole =20
>> website, as it would make the list much more readable. Of course, =20
>> the placeholder would still link to the website. What do you think? =20
>> Do I have the wrong syntax or is it not supported (yet :))? Same =20
>> thing holds for User:MalvinaNissim which I'd just like to appear as =20
>> Malvina Nissim with the underlying link to the wiki page.