Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Harvard's Open Code, Content, Law and Governance Projects with free Annotation Engine:
--- "John J. Deneen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> About 8-months have elapsed since the Bootstrap Alliance website
> last updated .... so maybe we can use Harvard's new TWiki-based
> Annotation Engine (open source) for discussion and collaborative
> of new documents? (01)
TWIKI based? Let me look into this. No mention of twiki, it is a wiki
all right. (02)
I have been hacking wiki importer/exporters. I have a converter for
the OriginalWiki to CLIKI and i have an import for use mod wiki. (03)
> (The Annotation Engine is Free Software. The source code in
> is available here
> <http://eon.law.harvard.edu/annotate/annotate.tar.gz>. (04)
Thanks! Nice GPLed perl code. COol. I will try that out. (05)
> P.S. Does anybody have any comments about possibly applying NetViz
> Concept-Document-Extract-Network Visualization) to Doug's OHS
> for sharing with Ben Houston < http://www.exocortex.org/ben > and I?
> < http://www.exocortex.org/netviz >
> < http://www.exocortex.org/ben/netviz-mulvern.ppt > (06)
Looks good, but another nice non-free program.
I am working on a new port of vcg. I hope that the wiki can feed
James Michael DuPont
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