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AW: [smila-dev] introduction and several questions
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- Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 20:18:37 +0100
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- Thread-topic: [smila-dev] introduction and several questions
Welcome and thank you for your interest in SMILA!
> We are looking at our product development prioritises this week and will
> keep you posted in particular on the semantic/ontology layer aspects of
> SMILA contribution and how we may be able to add value here.
It would be great to get your feedback/input on that!
> Unfortunately, we cannot make it to the Eclipse Summit in Europe this week.
> However, if there is any slide decks/presentations (or links to) that you
> could forward through post event that would be very helpful.
At ESE we presented two SMILA talks this year:
The first one called "Searching eclipse.org with SMILA: An Eat-Your-Own-Dog-Food Experiment " (http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2009/sessions?id=915) was held by my colleague Ralph Traphöner.
I presented the second talk called "SMILA - The Integration Framework" (http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2009/sessions?id=876).
Both these Talks have beside abstract also slides attached to them (see the bottom of the respective page), so you can at least get some impression of what we have been talking there.
In case you would like to see the demos too, here is a link to the recording of our session at the EclipseCon 2009: http://live.eclipse.org/node/734
> We will keep you posted with our development work on SMILA.
Please do so.
If you need any further information just let me know.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: smila-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:smila-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx]
> On Behalf Of Sebastian Voigt
> Sent: Thursday, 22 October 2009 1:23 AM
> To: Smila project developer mailing list
> Subject: RE: [smila-dev] introduction and several questions
> Hi Simon,
> Welcome to Smila and the Smila-Dev Mailing list!
> It is very nice to hear that you like SMILA and we would be very happy if
> you decide to get more involved into SMILA and maybe to contribute to SMILA.
> At the moment we are not planning to implement crawlers and Agents for
> accessing Mailboxes for smila (cause: Legal Process, but this is not decided
> by now).
> We plan to have some Agents and Crawlers to support Access to Mailboxes
> with eccenca (Special Distribution of SMILA, see http://www.eccenca.com &
> http://market.eccenca.com) but there is no official release date for it.
> we intend to get Aperture to work with SMILA and distribute it somehow
> with SMILA, but this is focused on document conversion (which is used
> especially in the BPEL Workflows).
> When we will integrate Aperture in SMILA, we will also investigate more
> the techniques of the aperture crawlers.
> 2) At the moment in SMILA there exists a bundle for sesame and some
> BPEL-Pipelets that can use sesame. We have not discussed the further plans
> of SMILA regarding ontologies until now but we had a demo on the EclipseCon
> 09 that is using an ontology: http://live.eclipse.org/node/734
> We would be happy if you decide to contribute on this topic, please stay
> in touch with us.
> 3) The wiki should contain the entire documentation (beside Javadoc ;-)).
> We have further documentation for eccenca (special distribution) @
> If you have specific questions feel free to ask them.
> We have also some talks at the Eclipse Summit in Europe next week:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: smila-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:smila-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx]
> On Behalf Of Simon Button
> > Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2009 7:18 AM
> > To: smila-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: [smila-dev] introduction and several questions
> > Hi All,
> > Firstly, by way of introduction, my name is Simon Button and I am the
> > co-founder and CTO of a stealth mode start-up focusing on socially
> > intelligent personalised knowledge management systems. We are well
> > positioned for the next wave of intelligent internet services that will
> > sophisticated intelligence in an easy to use form delivering powerful
> > solutions naturally augmenting our digital cognitive attention. Our
> > technology lets users dynamically discover and consume information, which
> > becomes critically important for productivity and focusing their
> > We are doing some preliminary work on getting to know SMILA. We have the
> > solution up and running and have been experimenting with crawlers and
> > and services. It is early days for us in getting to learn the solution
> > etc., but we are excited by what we see.
> > I have a few preliminary questions just at the moment:
> > 1) Is there a plan to support the ability to crawl and capture data
> > from email boxes and email servers (for example IMAP, POP3, Exchange,
> > etc.?). I understand that you are using some components of the Aperture
> > solution (which I have some experience with)
> > 2) To what level is the semantic layer developed (and what is the
> > roadmap here). This is an area we are particularly interested in getting
> > involved
> > 3) We have been through the entire documentation suite on the wiki and
> > the concept integration framework doc. Are there any other docs or pieces
> > of info that we should be looking at also that exist in another location?
> > Apologises in advance if I have posted this to the wrong mailing list, and
> > look forward to starting some dialogue and looking at how we may be able
> > use and contribute to SMILA.
> > Cheers,
> > Simon
> > Simon Button
> > Co founder and CTO
> > Ozmota, Inc.
> > 505 Montgomery Street, 2nd floor
> > San Francisco, CA 94111
> > Cell: +61 411 132 929
> > Email: simon.button@xxxxxxxxxx
> > Web: http://www.ozmota.com
> > Skype: simon_button
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