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Timeliner: Early Ideas

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  • 1. timeliner early ideas Vladimir Tomberg David Lamas November 2010
  • 2. What is this about? • I guess it is about facilitating collaborative research paper writing… November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 2
  • 3. Inspiring ideas • Like this paper prototype November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 3
  • 4. Inspiring ideas • …and actual implementation November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 4
  • 5. Inspiring ideas • Unwrapping the clock ring… November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 5
  • 6. Inspiring ideas • Adding community and data layers… November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 6
  • 7. Inspiring ideas • WikiCFP’s timeline… November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 7
  • 8. Inspiring ideas • …generated from a list of chosen CFPs November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 8
  • 9. Again, what is this about? • So, it is about… – Collaboratively managing writing tasks • With a decentralized and light project management approach • But it is also about… – Cooperatively identifying and tracking scientific publication opportunities – Contributing to an open research environment • Promoting awareness of shared goals • Supporting team work November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 9
  • 10. Again, what is this about? • In a diagram… November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 10
  • 11. Again, what is this about? November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 11
  • 12. Again, what is this about? November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 12
  • 13. Again, what is this about? November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 13
  • 14. Again, what is this about? November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 14
  • 15. Again, what is this about? November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 15
  • 16. Again, what is this about? November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 16
  • 17. Again, what is this about? November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 17
  • 18. Again, what is this about? November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 18
  • 19. Open questions… • What functionalities do we need? – Possibility to exchange with task, related to specific project • E.g. to assign a task for examining of some articles to co-author – Technically • Send iCal from one timeliner to another. November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 19
  • 20. Open questions… • What external data we need? – CfP data. Should be gathered from very different sources (CfP wiki, RSS, other sources). – Any CfP specification necessary? XML-CfP? – Key dates of each project (deadlines, milestones) – Different types of Milestones (for Survey, for Writing phase, for Deadline, for Camera-Ready deadline, etc.) can be defined in ontology November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 20
  • 21. Open questions… • What external data we need? – Data we work in each project • Articles, links – External context related to each project • Notes, goals, current state etc.) – Users we work with in relation to each project – To be modified and continued… November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 21
  • 22. Research challenges • Information visualization • Interface and interaction design • Information gathering • Information sharing • Integration and interoperability November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 22
  • 23. So far… • We have looked into a number of timeline toolkits such as… – http://www.heml.org/ – http://www.preceden.com/ – http://timeglider.com/ – http://www.mytimelines.net/ – http://veerasundar.com/timelinr/ – And the most promising, so far, http://code.google.com/p/simile- widgets/wiki/Timeline November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 23
  • 24. Please participate • We think that here is a big challenge and big volume for future works in different fields • Many studies and design researches can be implemented around this project November 2010 Vladimir Tomberg, David Lamas 24