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From "Sina K. Heshmati" <>
Subject Re: RDF/XML plugin development
Date Thu, 07 Jun 2007 09:43:47 GMT
On Wed, June 6, 2007 11:56 pm, Ross Gardler <> said:

> On 30/05/07, Ross Gardler <> wrote:
>> This mail is intended to help our students get to grips with a
>> sensible way of getting started that will not take up too much
>> revision time, but will still enable progress in the GSoC programme.
>> The first thing to do is to create an outline plugin. There is
>> documentation on how to do this at [1] (note there are some useful
>> documents linked in the further reading section).
> Sina, any progress. Can we help in any way?

Yes! There's one thing you can help me with.

The moment I was assigned to develop a Baetle plugin --aggregating content from bug databases,
I came up with the idea of a customizable Bug Dashbord that every open source project could
use to present a summary of its bug database. Great, but the problem is that Baetle hasn't
released any schema yet [1].

Now, as I'd proposed [2] two initial plugins --Baetle and SKOS [3], wouldn't it be better
for me to start with the SKOS plugin?


> Ross


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