|Creating dynamic wiki pages with section-tagging|
|Author(s)||D. Helic, A. Us Saeed, C. Trattner|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Issue||1st Workshop on New Forms of Xanalogical Storage and Function, Held as Part of the ACM Hypertext 2009; Turin; Italy; 29 June 2009 through 29 June 2009; Code 101788|
|Keyword(s)||Austria-forum, Section tagging, Wiki systems, Amount of information, Austria-forum, New approaches, Online encyclopedia, Social bookmarking, Tag clouds, Tagging systems (Extra: section editing)|
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Authoring and editing processes in wiki systems are often tedious. Sheer amount of information makes it difficult for authors to organize the related information in a way that is easily accessible and retrievable for future reference. Social bookmarking systems provide possibilities to tag and organize related resources that can be later retrieved by navigating in so-called tag clouds. Usually, tagging systems do not offer a possibility to tag sections of resources but only a resource as a whole. However, authors of new wiki pages are typically interested only in certain parts of other wiki pages that are related to their current editing process. This paper describes a new approach applied in a wiki-based online encyclopedia that allows authors to tag interesting wiki pages sections. The tags are then used to dynamically create new wiki pages out of tagged sections for further editing.
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