Proposal and Development Status
Tool Feature Overview
XWiki - Sakai Integration Presentation Link
Configuration and Installation Notes
Questions asked by Megan May and Seth Theriault:
1) Is this a tool or is this some type of integration with another server?
Answer: This is really an integration and not a new tool, though we are planning to use the BasicLTI tool for integration with the separate XWiki instance.
2) Was option 1 deferred to another date? I think that is what I read but it wasn't explicitly stated.
Answer: Option1 had more overhead in its implementation. The thinking there was that users could log into XWiki independent of Sakai, but this does not seem like a necessary use case to support. Instead, with option 2 all authentication takes place within Sakai.
On the RDF stuff (something I'm interested in, and have worked on), I've been thinking more generally for OAE ...
Somewhat similar to zemanta, I recently came across this SKOS editor and visualization tool, and a screenshot that I think suggests a possible direction for OAE. Idea is to take something like Drupal's taxonomy tool (Drupal 7 has RDF support baked in, and it includes using RDFa-embedded SKOS), but then layer in the ability to automatically tie OAE content into these schemes and descriptions.
So imagine being able to collaboratively maintain a taxonomy'/glossary as something little more complex than a simple list, and then having it exposed everywhere in a site.
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