[unrev-II] Collaborative Discussion Tools

From: Rod Welch (rowelch@attglobal.net)
Date: Tue Jun 12 2001 - 11:46:50 PDT

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    Eugene,

    Why the sole attention to "collaborative discussion tools," rather than to tools
    that augment human intelligence, and so incorporate all work activity, which
    necessarily supports collaboration as a by product. If everything is not
    covered, then collaboration will not be advanced, regardless of what tools are
    created, at least that is the theory of POIMS....

    http://www.welchco.com/03/00050/01/09/01/02/00030.HTM#2049

    Thanks.

    Rod

    Eugene Eric Kim wrote:
    >
    > On Mon, 16 Apr 2001, Garold L. Johnson wrote:
    >
    > > I have suggested something like this before, but I didnít get any feedback
    > > as to why the idea isnít feasible or wasnít desirable.
    >
    > It's both feasible and desirable. In fact, we discussed it quite a bit
    > almost a year ago, although this was mostly in-person at the Menlo Park
    > meetings, and some details may not have been shared over the list.
    >
    > I've been sketching out notes for a mail repository, with mail that can be
    > granularly addressed using HyTimes/DSSSL Groves. Using this repository,
    > XLink and RDF could be used to respectively link to and categorize
    > e-mails. There are several open source RDF implementations, and I've been
    > sketching out a design for an open source link database, which could be
    > used by other OHS-related projects. I'll keep people posted on the
    > ohs-dev mailing list.
    >
    > However, in the interim, one could easily modify any one of the mail
    > archiving programs to add Purple/PLink-style addresses to e-mail.
    >
    > Incidentally, the Foresight folks wrote Critmail, a modification to
    > Hypermail that replaces e-mail quoting with Critlinks. I believe those
    > modifications have made it back to the main Hypermail distribution. This
    > functionality is definitely desirable; an e-mail quote, after all, is just
    > a transclusion to a section of an e-mail.
    >
    > -Eugene
    >
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