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[protege-discussion] Protege 3.3b411 - small problem with collabProtege and Workaround
tudorache at stanford.edu
Tue Jul 3 10:10:32 PDT 2007
Thank you for the suggestion. If the "Track changes" option is enabled,
you don't need to activate the ChangesTab to track the changes. The
initial activation of the ChangesTab is needed only to generate the
changes & annotations ontology. Anyway, I plan to make this much more
user friendly, but I am not sure that I will be able to do this before
the next release.
usenet at mnet-mail.de wrote:
> Zitat von Tania Tudorache <tudorache at stanford.edu>:
>> In the current version, the collaborative part works only if the "Track
>> changes" option is enabled (in Project -> Configure -> Options) or if
>> ChangesTab is active.
> maybe you give a short note on the collabProtege Wiki, because there it says
> that you deactivate
> ChangeTab aftewards. But now it's documented in the mailing list anyway.
>> Enabling and disabling the collaborative panel and the change tracking
>> in a more user-friendly way is one of the top priorities for me now.
> Regarding your planned extensions to collabProtege, it sounds very promising.
> A strategy for the growing annotation/change ontology is definetly needed.
> As long as it's a RDFS File, we could just backup the annotation/change
> ontology and replace it by a fresh empty one until another better solution
> is found.
> Again I must say it's absolutly amazing how you people at stanford develop
> and support this software! I have worked with many commercial software
> products as a consultant during more than a decade and none of these had
> the quality, agility and response to user questions.
> If there are any news to collabProtege, I'll be happy to test them in my
> environment, but there's no hurry.
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