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= Distributed Conversation Examples =
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= Distributed Conversation --[[User:EranGloben|EranGloben]] 14:01, 22 Jan 2006 (PST)Examples =
This is an exploratory page to document various methods used to anotate online conversations both distributed and not. The purpose of the studies on this page is to serve as background for the design of a microformat to anotate distributed conversations on blogs and other online media.
This is an exploratory page to document various methods used to anotate online conversations both distributed and not. The purpose of the studies on this page is to serve as background for the design of a microformat to anotate distributed conversations on blogs and other online media.
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== Authors ==
== Authors ==
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* EranGloben
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== Examples ==
== Examples ==

Revision as of 22:01, 22 January 2006

Distributed Conversation --EranGloben 14:01, 22 Jan 2006 (PST)Examples

This is an exploratory page to document various methods used to anotate online conversations both distributed and not. The purpose of the studies on this page is to serve as background for the design of a microformat to anotate distributed conversations on blogs and other online media.

see citation-brainstorming for more discussion on this topic.

Authors

Examples

Email and Usenet both keep track of discussion threads in a non-central manner using headers and references to message IDs. Some common headers and their use are highlighted in RFC2076 - Common Internet Message Headers section 3.6:

Thread Description Language - TDL is an RDF vocabulary for describing threaded discussions, such as Usenet, weblogs, bulletin boards, and e-mail conversations.

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