Monday, 17. May 2004

Magpie

hm, I just had another look at Magpie.

Being a Semantic Web hacker I had to download it and try it out.

Hm, looks like you have to download "all knowledge there is" (aka ontology) and then magpie uses the literals in this Ontology to find similiar strings in the document.

Have a look at the video, we all have to make videos for our projects. Inspirative.

What I also found out it that the "right click" menu on found items uses a webservice. Magpie opens then a website like this: magpie link.
If you look at the parameters of the URL, you will see that the onotolgy is identified as string value and the requested resource also.

- HM -

The idea is good and I think I can learn something here. Have to check out the publications though. Also the Internet Explorer integration is nifty. The user interface is fine. I think the architecture does not scale. Best part: it adapts to IE and does not need a whole haystack of applications :-)
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leobard - 17. May, 13:02

protocol

The magpie Servlet reminds me of the protocol question. Using these
http://plainmoor.open.ac.uk:3000/request-op-service?
name=MAGPIE&
class=PROJECT&
ontology=AKT-PLANET-STORIES-KB&
service=Project-Details

things is not real fine. URLs would be better identifiers and RDQL or so may be good. or, as usual, URIQA.

public calendars

coordinating my appointments with someone else is hard enough.

Some offer solution.

http://icalshare.com/ - public iCalendar files

http://www.eventsherpa.com/ - proprietary calendaring application that is iCal based. They want you to host your calendar on their site. Which is also ok.

I also looked on MozCal's calendar sharing ability and thought about using KDE's KOrganzizer. The two didn't agree on the same iCal lingo so I have to wait for newer versions.
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Nice things for gnowsis

I stumbled across some nice features I could use for www.gnowsis.com.

Features like Samsung contact. They are also on Freshmeat.

This leads to the question: Is it feasible to implement an Open Source MAPI interface? By doing this, we could fool Outlook into storing its information on a RDF store, perhaps server based.
otlkcon tries to do it.

Bynari Insight Connector is the "bring two good ideas together" approach. It uses an IMAP server as a storage device to host MS-Outlook data. That is plain GREAT. It implements MAPI and fools Outlook into storing all its data into Bynari. Bynari then forwards everything to IMAP. Don't wanna know what tweaks they did on the IMAP side, anyhow.
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