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Created Apr 28, 2014
Kurzbeschreibung zum Stand Daniels Prototypen

28.04.2014 : 04:12 : Fork von durch @almereyda (yala) zur Formatierung und Kommentierung

@jonrichter @onyourway Bin mit meinem Prototypen noch am basteln, da ich den nicht nur für unsere OSM-Geschichte benutzen möchte.


Es ist momentan nicht dazu verwendbar, Daten bei OSM einzugeben, sondern speichert alles in einen Tripel-Graphen (wie RDF, wobei ich das jetzt nicht explizit nutze da mich die URI-Schreibweise beim testen stört). Von dort aus kann man aber beliebige Adapter anflanschen.

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<body vocab="">
<div typeof="Person">
<h1 property="name">elf Pavlik</h1>
<img property="image" src="" />
<p property="description">i like you :)</p>
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Ramesh Jain - Keynote

  • Semantic Gap for users (bits, chars, lists -> events/objects, concepts)
  • Data and users: triangle
  • Semantic gap exists in text too - search engines do little beyond string matching
  • Semantic web tools help, much still to do
  • Life - events, experiences and multimedia: eventweb
  • Lots of multimedia - raises problems
  • Multimedia semantics: many approaches
  • Content-based: different model layers (data -> concepts)
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almereyda / 0_reuse_code.js
Created Jul 2, 2014
Here are some things you can do with Gists in GistBox.
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// Use Gists to store code you would like to remember later on
console.log(window); // log the "window" object to the console
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PubSub Database exchange Design

PubSub Flow Chart

First in German, will be translated soonish.

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Schnittstellen zur Nutzbarmachung bestehender Datenbanken ökologisch-transformativer Projekte durch Webdienste zur Synchronisierung.

almereyda / webdpack
Created Jul 31, 2014
Welcome document
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CC0 4.0 by e-P + J R
* **Greeting App** runs in the Browser.
* **webserviced** runs remotely on *Server A*.
* **webprofiled**, **webfingerd** & **Persona IdP** run remotely on *Server B*.
participant Greeting App
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### Keybase proof
I hereby claim:
* I am almereyda on github.
* I am jonr ( on keybase.
* I have a public key whose fingerprint is 020A 879C 7B97 01DC 9923 3CAC 0777 2FA2 DA08 01E6
To claim this, I am signing this object:

[Various details redacted.]

I'm currently about to start a Geography degree at the University of [Redacted] at [Redacted] with a focus in GIS, and I've been finding that I have an interest in working with imagery. Obviously I should take Remote Sensing and other similar classes, but I'm the type of person who likes to self learn as well. So my question is this: What recommendations would you give to a student who is interested in working with imagery? Are there any self study paths that you could recommend?

I learned on my own and on the job, and there are a lot of important topics in GIS that I don’t know anything about, so I can’t give comprehensive advice. I haven’t arrived anywhere; I’m just ten minutes ahead in the convoy we’re both in. Take these recommendations critically.

Find interesting people. You’ll learn a lot more from a great professor (or mentor, or friend, or tutorial) outside your specialty than you will from someone boring who’s working on exactly what you’re interested in. Don’t get i

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# Auto suspend and wake-up script
# Puts the computer to sleep and automatically wakes it up at specified time
# Written by Romke van der Meulen <>
# Takes a 24-hour time HH:MM as its argument
# Example: