Integrated prototype demo

based on the work of the itsme tech team (SD)

                                    August 3, 20...
Motivation and Outline
The itsme Front-End has been integrated
 with a working version of Guglielmo




Two sample scena...
Scenario 0
                       (as from last demo and USA tour)
Some actions were already possible:
    • creating ven...
Scenario 1: documents
1. I create a new document in a venue,
   using a standard Linux application
2. I save it through a ...
Implementation of the scenario
                                                                   itsme prototype
        ...
Scenario 2: email
1. I send an email to someone
    •    me on another email address, or you if you have your PC on
2. The...
Implementation of the scenario
                                                                         itsme prototype
  ...
Conclusion
We start having basic:
  • Look and feel and interaction
  • Integration with applications
  • Metadata manage...
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itsme Prototype Demo 2009-08-03

  1. 1. Integrated prototype demo based on the work of the itsme tech team (SD) August 3, 2009 © 2008 by Itsme S.r.l. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of Itsme S.r.l.
  2. 2. Motivation and Outline The itsme Front-End has been integrated with a working version of Guglielmo Two sample scenarios Implementation (what’s working) 08/03/2009 Integrated prototype demo 2
  3. 3. Scenario 0 (as from last demo and USA tour) Some actions were already possible: • creating venues • moving and activating venues • opening panels • dragging contacts from panels to a venue • highlighting related items 08/03/2009 Integrated prototype demo 3
  4. 4. Scenario 1: documents 1. I create a new document in a venue, using a standard Linux application 2. I save it through a dialog that shows venues in the file system instead of folders 3. It is placed then in the venue I saved it to 4. I re-open, edit, and re-save the document 5. I drag and drop the document from one venue to another, where I can reopen, edit, and save it 08/03/2009 Integrated prototype demo 4
  5. 5. Implementation of the scenario itsme prototype ITSME front-end Application Direct Access Manager Virtual File System Item Manager Metadata Manager guglielmo Soprano (RDF repository) linux file system File System 08/03/2009 Integrated prototype demo 5
  6. 6. Scenario 2: email 1. I send an email to someone • me on another email address, or you if you have your PC on 2. The message stays in the venue where I’ve written it, and it arrives to its receipient 3. I receive the replies to the message within the same venue 4. I can use highlight to see related messages 08/03/2009 Integrated prototype demo 6
  7. 7. Implementation of the scenario itsme prototype ITSME front-end Application Email client UI Plugin manager Direct Access Manager Email client Virtual File System Item Manager Metadata Manager Metadata Extractor guglielmo Rule engine Soprano (RDF repository) linux file system File System 08/03/2009 Integrated prototype demo 7
  8. 8. Conclusion We start having basic: • Look and feel and interaction • Integration with applications • Metadata management • Plugin management 08/03/2009 Integrated prototype demo 8
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