Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of Introduction


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    1212 * It should be possible for users to add further metadata to the logged messages by adding their own RDF statements. That way information can be categorized and structured, making retrieval of relevant information easier. 
    1313 * Nabu should support sharing of logged messages between users, to make e.g. a conference log available to other group members. This must be implemented with care though, to ensure the user's privacy. 
    14  * Nabu should integrate instant messaging into the [http://FIXMESchwarz05 context elicitation framework of EPOS], sending message notifications to the EPOS user observation (when enabled by the user). 
     14 * Nabu should integrate instant messaging into the [http://www.dfki.uni-kl.de/~schwarz/publikationen/Schwarz2005.pdf context elicitation framework of EPOS], sending message notifications to the EPOS user observation (when enabled by the user). 
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    1616Related to Nabu, Justin Karneges proposed a [http://www.jabber.org/jeps/jep-0136.html protocol for server-side message archives] as Jabber protocol enhancement. The proposal suggests a simple protocol and storage format for message archiving. While being simple, it defines its own format and does not use existing standards. In my opinion using existing technology as RDF and SPARQL makes the Nabu approach more powerful without having to reinvent the wheel. Also, Nabu can be more easily integrated with other information sources, and offers additional features as log sharing and adding custom metadata. 
     
    1818The [http://haystack.lcs.mit.edu/overview1.html Haystack project] builds a client for information management  by integrating various information sources in one frontend, using an infrastructure based on RDF. A [http://www2003.org/cdrom/papers/poster/p231/p231-quan.htm messaging model was developed] to represent conversations from various communication channels, such as e-mail, news groups and instant messaging, in a unified way. 
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    20 The [http://kmi.open.ac.uk/projects/buddyspace/docs/jabberconf02-eisenstadt-dzbor.pdf BuddySpace] research project extends the presence concept in Jabber (simple offline/online/busy states) and adds information such as geographical location, current focus to the presence state . Further it investigates how such additional semantics can be used to facilitate collaboration over networks. The [http://buddyspace.sf.net/ BuddySpace client] demonstrates the concepts. 
     20The [http://kmi.open.ac.uk/projects/buddyspace/docs/jabberconf02-eisenstadt-dzbor.pdf BuddySpace] research project extends the presence concept in Jabber (simple offline/online/busy states) and adds information such as geographical location, current work focus etc. to the presence state. Furthermore it investigates how such additional semantics can be used to facilitate collaboration over networks. The [http://buddyspace.sf.net/ BuddySpace client] demonstrates the concepts. 
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    22 The following chapters discuss Nabu's functionality, concepts and implementation in detail. The [wiki:Handbook Handbook 
    23 chapter] describes Nabu's features and is targeted towards users. Design and implementation are discussed in the [wiki:Development Development chapter]. It also explains how to make use of Nabu by integrating it into software. Being an open-source project, this documentation is created and maintained online on the Nabu homepage. 
     22The following chapters discuss Nabu's functionality, concepts and implementation in detail. Th[wiki:Handbook Handbook chapter] describes Nabu's features and is targeted towards users. Design and implementation are discussed in the [wiki:Development Development chapter]. It also explains how to make use of Nabu by integrating it into software. Being an open-source project, this documentation is created and maintained online on the Nabu homepage.