Today’s AHM was split into talking about thw ISWC 2010 Demo as well as a presentation about having user annotations in provenance.

Jie started out by giving an overview again of the Semantic Dog Food goals and ISWC 2010 dataset. Alvaro showed his mobile browser, and I presented my filtered browser. It was pretty short, since most of the functions work the same in between areas, so I just showed a bit of what the various displays look like and how the navigation works. No one seemed to have any questions or suggestions, so I didn’t really go into detail about any of the implementation.

Before the meeting, I worked on some more aesthetic changes, as well as enabling local links to use my browser to go to things like people or papers that show up in the retrieved data as objects. I also noticed an issue where any data that had colons in it, such as the literals owl:SameAs, were cut off because of the way I used strtok. I was unable to finish fixing this before the meeting, and I think Professor McGuiness actually noticed, because she asked about the made predicate, one of the areas affected. I did finish fixing this afterwards, however, as well as a similar issue with single quotes, where the single quotes were breaking both the query and the search URL. Professor Hendler noted that I should move the demo to a more appropriate server than my CS account (Evan noted that it’s especially important since the CS servers have been breaking all semester), so I’ll have to look into that.

Some screenshots from the demo: