UIO preferences categorization
tonamonjo at gmail.com
Thu Dec 20 06:09:09 EST 2012
To improve searching what Preferences are related to each tag, I've moved
the metadata to a Google Fusion Table, an experimental new format similar
to spreadsheets, but with features that make easier filtering data.
The link is added to the wiki page (
but you can also access directly to the Fusion Table here:
To search all the preferences related with a tag, just click on Filter
(blue option at the top), select Tag and type your search. You can also
search by Preset (selecting Filter > Preset).
I'm now in the process of adding images of each preference.
Hope it's useful for us. All suggestions will be welcome!
On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 12:13 PM, tona monjo <tonamonjo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Jess! Yes, I think this is just a starting point. The goal now is
> try to complete this metadata, that is still at a very basic level, and to
> outline the links that can be established between different tags.
> Of course, any contribution will be welcome!
> I'll keep you updated about changes in the document format to mak metadata
> more easy to handle.
> On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 2:37 AM, Mitchell, Jessica <jmitchell at ocadu.ca>wrote:
>> This is a great start. How exciting. Thanks so much for putting this
>> together and for kicking off these metadata conversation.
>> I think this work is important to our projects on two levels:
>> 1. it will inform our visual designs. Once we have a clearer picture of
>> the interrelatedness of the individual preferences, we can start to
>> brainstorm about how we might represent that (or not) in the visual
>> designs. This could do a lot for simplifying the interface, our ultimate
>> goal given that there are so many preferences and the design needs to
>> convey so much information.
>> 2. This work begins our thinking about metadata. Metadata will allow
>> users to specify the type of content they'd like to use (e.g video with
>> captions only). And metadata features embedded into authoring tools around
>> the Web will allow content creators to specify what added features their
>> content contains (e.g. captions and transcripts for all videos).
>> We have a lot of thinking to do!
>> On Dec 18, 2012, at 12:13 PM, tona monjo <tonamonjo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi all,
>> > Just uploaded to the wiki the documents related to UIO Preferences
>> Categorization. You will find all of them available here:
>> > I'm now trying to move the GDoc contents to another open format that
>> allow us to do searches, so we can easily filter preferences by tags. I
>> will keep you updated!
>> > Best,
>> > Tona
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