[WF-General] Request for help, and perhaps GSOC
Erick Vresnev Castellanos Hernández
vresnev at ideasavanzadas.com
Wed Mar 31 16:17:56 PDT 2010
El Mie, 31 de Marzo de 2010, 6:27 am, Erik Hjortsberg escribió:
> Hi, the documentation on the main site isn't exactly organized. Some of
> it is also pretty obsolete.
> If you tell us what you've found so far we can help you find that which
> you've missed.
Is there any documentation/paper about your deprecated text client? I'm
interested in knowing how was the experience. Did it became obsolete for
missing developers? or because it was not feasible to interact with a
> It's worth knowing about the Atlas protocol, and how the world is
> described using it. One of the best way is to start up the Ember client
> (build from source through the Hammer script:
> http://wiki.worldforge.org/wiki/Hammer_Script ) and issue the command
> /show_serverLogger . This will show you all communication with the
> server in raw Atlas xml form.
I'm in the process right now to having an updated ember/cyphesis
> Cyphesis is designed to work with natural language for communication
> (and transmitting of knowledge). A short example of this can be found
> here: http://worldforgedev.org/archives/25
> Al has some more info about the Interlinguish system over at
> http://alistairriddoch.org/ (some things about acorn might be obsolete
Even though the example looks promising, for my research I'm focusing more
on "controlled natural language", ACL in particular. This is because ACL
is in fact a formal language. Are you, Erik, involved in the
implementation of this feature, or is only Alistar Riddoch the one
involved? I would like to talk in more detail about this.
> If you are interested in participating in the SoC you should submit an
> application. The application window is only open for a couple of days,
> and the sooner we get your application the better, as we can then give
> feedback etc..
> I think your proposed project sounds interesting.
So, the application is first sent to the mail list, or directly to Google?
I already have a draft of it, but I'm worried about the scope/limited time
of the proposal.
Thanks for you help.
Ing. Erick Vresnev Castellanos Hernández
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