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    • timelinerearly ideas
      Vladimir Tomberg
      David Lamas
      November 2010
    • What is this about?
      I guess it is about facilitating collaborative research paper writing…
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    • Inspiring ideas
      Like this paper prototype
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    • Inspiring ideas
      …and actual implementation
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    • Inspiring ideas
      Unwrapping the clock ring…
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    • Inspiring ideas
      Adding community and data layers…
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    • Inspiring ideas
      WikiCFP’s timeline…
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    • Inspiring ideas
      …generated from a list of chosen CFPs
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    • 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
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    • Again, what is this about?
      In a diagram…
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    • Again, what is this about?
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    • Again, what is this about?
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    • Again, what is this about?
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    • Again, what is this about?
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    • Again, what is this about?
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    • Again, what is this about?
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    • Again, what is this about?
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    • Again, what is this about?
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    • 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 timelinerto another.
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    • 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
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    • 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…
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    • Research challenges
      Information visualization
      Interface and interaction design
      Information gathering
      Information sharing
      Integration and interoperability
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    • 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
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    • 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
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