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Subject [Lucene-java Wiki] Update of "OpenRelevance" by oldgit
Date Fri, 22 May 2009 20:48:14 GMT
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  * ''I think its this one:'' Alonso, O., Rose, D. E., & Stewart, B. (2008). Crowdsourcing
for relevance evaluation. SIGIR Forum, 42(2), 9-15. doi: 10.1145/1480506.1480508.:[http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1480506.1480508]
  
+ * ''Look out for ACM SIGIR 2009 paper on relevance judgements as a game.''
+ 
  
  = Next Steps =
  
@@ -51, +53 @@

  
  = History =
  
- This topic has come up a number of times in the past.  Grant Ingersoll has corresponded
with the lead of TREC, Ellen Voorhees, and with the Univ. of Sheffield (keepers of most TREC
documents) about either obtaining TREC resources (even if the ASF has to pay) or creating
a truly open collection.  See http://www.lucidimagination.com/search/document/656d5ca50c8c9242/trec_collection_nist_and_lucene,
specifically http://www.lucidimagination.com/search/document/656d5ca50c8c9242/trec_collection_nist_and_lucene#84e9e24ee9ff4779.
 On the Sheffield side, all conversations there were private, and thus not available.  The
gist of them is that the only possibility for distribution is to a limited number of committers
within the ASF on a project by project basis (even though the ASF is purchasing) and that
the burden is on us to maintain a list of people who have access to the documents.  Ultimately,
while the ASF was still willing to make the purchase, Grant felt it was too much of a bu
 rden and not beneficial to Open Source and has thus not proceeded with obtaining the collection.
+ This topic has come up a number of times in the past.  Grant Ingersoll has corresponded
with the lead of TREC, Ellen Voorhees, and with the Univ. of Sheffield (keepers of most TREC
documents, ''are you *sure* you mean Sheffield? they are not strongly involved in TREC'')
about either obtaining TREC resources (even if the ASF has to pay) or creating a truly open
collection.  See http://www.lucidimagination.com/search/document/656d5ca50c8c9242/trec_collection_nist_and_lucene,
specifically http://www.lucidimagination.com/search/document/656d5ca50c8c9242/trec_collection_nist_and_lucene#84e9e24ee9ff4779.
 On the Sheffield side, all conversations there were private, and thus not available.  The
gist of them is that the only possibility for distribution is to a limited number of committers
within the ASF on a project by project basis (even though the ASF is purchasing) and that
the burden is on us to maintain a list of people who have access to the documents.  Ultimately,
while the
  ASF was still willing to make the purchase, Grant felt it was too much of a burden and not
beneficial to Open Source and has thus not proceeded with obtaining the collection.
  
  = Initial Committers =
  

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