[ba-ohs-talk] Re: [unrev-II] Web-based IBIS
At 5:40 PM -0500 11/12/01, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Just took a look at Eugene Eric Kim's web IBIS interface (an example at
>The Mifflin tool currently creates graphical IBIS HTML maps as an export
>function. It adds some metadata and transclusions ('containing views'), as
>well as icons, to what the above example shows, as well as some other
>features. It could easily be adapted to contain 'purple numbers' as well.
>I bring this up here because we are very interested in gluing such exports
>into existing 'live' web-based systems that would allow IBIS discussions
>originally generated in a f2f session, as most Mifflin/Compendium maps are,
>to continue in an on-line format (and vice versa -- gluing web-based
>discussions into the Mifflin f2f format).
>Is this system a possibility? Any others come to mind?
so... the current D3E discussion on Peter's GUI design principles: (02)
would be imported back into a dialogue map such as: (04)
(to knock this up I just pasted the discussion into Word, then
exported to Mifflin. DB integration is obviously the way to do it
properly. For instance a draft Compendium DTD for IBIS maps plus
Compendium extensions is at
This gives us a nice cycle from sync discussion (using dialog
mapping), exported to the web for contrinued async discussion (web
threads), then imported back into a dialogue map for consolidation,