Tue July 31, 12:00-14:00 UTC
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- Gottfried, Christophe, Andreas (HdM)
- Andres (TECH)
- Andy (Axelrod)
- Claudia, Gerhard (TUD)
- Colin (IDRC)
- Jim (Inclusive Tech.)
- Liddy (Sunrise)
- Vassilis (CERTH)
Securing our discussions and decisions
Summary of results:
Pages of past discussions:
- Format of condition?
- Proposal too preliminary? Derive a new proposal based on new user research? Involve user interaction team of IDRC?
- "Semantic presentation" - User should be able to edit conditions.
- But: Should we constrain the condition language just for the authoring tool? But there may be other tools and automatic generation of conditions that don't have these constraints.
- Need to register terms that are meaningful to the user for describing context and context items.
- Do we need all these operators?
- Most users will not edit their preference sets, they will just adjust their settings in different contexts.
- Do we need labelled sets of conditions? - Extension of current proposal.
- If adaptations are dependent on conditions, how are users going to correct them? - User feedback loop. Hard to do with current syntax.
- Preference values can depend on other pref. values. Also depend on context item values. Implement something now and then validate this.
- We need decisions to migrate preferences from one platform to the other, and from one application to another.
- Decision: Let's not term the current proposal as "final", but as "first proposal". Let implementors use this first proposal if they want to - baring the risk of having to change it later. Try to keep it as simple as possible.
- Canonical form of a preference set?
- Architecture board agreed on using JSON as standard representation. Preference server will be able to deliver preference sets in the standard format, though other formats may be delivered as well.
- We should say that the preference server will have supported formats to serve information. "Default presentation"?
- Terms can be releated through an external registry. Or they can be related via conditions.
Digital Resource Description
Issues from last meeting:
- Do we need a vocabulary for resource description?
- If yes, do we want to reuse ISO/IEC 24751-3 (which used a simple 1:1-relationship approach)?
- Can we build matchmakers that can deal with resources without artifical resource descriptions?
- Can we use schema.org, attributes, and HTML markup to automatically derive metadata on resources? - Currently being explored by IDRC, Andy and others.
We should make metadata as simple and directly attached to resources as possible.
(This item was not discussed due to time constraints.)
- Look at existing ISO standards that use a registry approach. (See topic 43.)
- Formulate proposals for dealing with conditions (see topic 34).
- Jutta: share a preliminary list of needs & preferences for literacy users.
- Tue Aug. 14, 12:00 UTC = 2pm CET (Gregg chair)
- Tue Sep. 4, 12:00 UTC = 2pm CET
Future Agenda Items
- Presentation on user ontology
- User research with user interaction teams.
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