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Welcome to OmegaWiki ! I hope you have fun on our new project :) Please create yourself some Babel templates and please read about the DefinedMeaning. When you have questions, please ask consider using the IRC channel. :) Thanks, GerardM 11:32, 13 September 2006 (CEST)

Hej och välkommen till OmegaWiki! Jag läste på din användarsida att du är mest intresserad av systemet som sådant, men om du vill prova på att redigera så säg i från. Titta gärna in på den svenskspråkiga portalen och i den sorgligt lite besökta puben. --Sannab 13:07, 13 September 2006 (CEST)

Hej igen, hoppas du inte tycker jag stressar dig för mycket, men jag har faktiskt redan givit dig rättigheter att redigera i wikidata. När vi nu har fått igång versionshistoriken (om än inte rulla tillbaka än) så tycker vi att vi kan vara ganska frikostiga. *leende* Glöm inte som GerardM sa att läsa om DefinedMeaning innan du provar, och om du har några frågor så finns vi nästan alltid på IRC. --Sannab 13:46, 14 September 2006 (CEST)

OWL etcetera[edit]

I have read that you have an interest in the meta data aspects of OmegaWiki.. We want WZ to support standard interfaces to our data. The interfaces we want to support are LMF, TBX and OWL. The motivation, they are the standards for lexicology, terminology and ontology. Being standard, they remove our database design from the outside world allowing them to be changed without bothering the people who will make use of our content..

If you want to know more, do more, please contact me .. GerardM 08:03, 16 September 2006 (CEST)

GerardM and Sannab,[edit]

In my organisation, I'm trying to start up a project to create a "dictionary" with the information core stored as OWL. The idea is to have an XML Schema for the "concept definitions", which point out what information should be handled for each concept. Then to create applications that could import and export this format.

I would like to reuse as much as possible from preavious and ongoing work, and that's how I came acoss OmegaWiki. I need to be able to manage multilingual terms and descriptions for each concept definition. A unique ID (or URI) is also required for each. If you have a DTD/Schema/spec for the OmegaWiki definitions, this would be interesting to see.

Below is a short example of what I've aiming for (not complete by any means);

  <owl:Class rdf:ID = "SEMIL00005">
     <rdfs:label xml:lang = "se">benämning</rdfs:label>
     <rdfs:label xml:lang = "se">term</rdfs:label>
     <rdfs:label xml:lang = "en">term</rdfs:label>
     <rdfs:label xml:lang = "en">designation</rdfs:label>
     <rdfs:comment xml:lang = "se">
        ett ord som används för att referera till ett visst
        <idRef ID = "SEMIL00003"/>,
        vars syfte är att förenkla kommunikationen mellan människor.
     <rdfs:comment xml:lang = "en">
        a word used for referring to a certain
        <idRef ID = "SEMIL00003"/>,
        with the aim to facilitate communication between people.
     <dc:description xml:lang = "se">
        Ofta finns mer än en
        <idRef ID = "SEMIL00005"/>
        för att kommunicera samma
        <idRef ID = "SEMIL00003"/>.
        Man talar då om ’synonymer’. Samma
        <idRef ID = "SEMIL00005"/>
        kan också användas för olika
        <idRef ID = "SEMIL00003"/>.
        Dessa kallas för ’homonymer’.
        Förekomsten av homonymer orsakar ofta mycket större skada
        än vad synonymerna gör.

  <owl:Class rdf:ID = "SEMIL00003">
     <rdfs:label xml:lang = "se">begrepp</rdfs:label>
     <rdfs:label xml:lang = "en">concept</rdfs:label>

Bye for now!

--MatsN 12:36, 17 September 2006 (CEST)