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There are many people and organizations in the world that have collected data and information pertaining to Venice, but there is currently little data and information available on the internet about the subject.  The Venice Project Center (VPC) at WPI is one organization that has collected a large amount of information and data about Venice.  It currently has no method of making its data available to the public.  This project is our attempt to remedy this problem through a unique data oriented wiki created by the VPC called Venipedia.


Tasks

OwnerDescriptionDue DateComplete
All Revise objectives and mission statement   
Kate Put (group) pictures on website September 21, 2010  
All Devise 10 questions from Maze Book September 21, 2010  
Tom Draft email to Kyle about Admin Access to Venipedia September 22, 2010  
All Individual Background Drafts September 27, 2010  
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Blog Updates

  • Semantics and Navigation     This past week saw the implementation of a few new features to Venipedia. The most exciting one is the Semantic Mediawiki extension. Finding this was a breakthrough because it allows ...
    Posted Nov 22, 2010, 3:29 AM by Kevin Scannell
  • We're in Venice! Hey everyone!  We haven't updated our blog in a while, so this entry is going to be pretty large.  But we plan to continue updating weekly in the future ...
    Posted Nov 10, 2010, 4:01 PM by Thomas Finelli
  • Things Our Background Taught Us     As it turns out, Wikipedia started as a stand-in for Nupedia, which had a much stricter article review process. Nupedia no longer exists, however, because people were more willing ...
    Posted Oct 6, 2010, 5:01 AM by Kevin Scannell
  • Internet Info This week we compiled some interesting factoids to put the finishing touches on our introduction.  Two of the main topics of our research were internet usage and website visits.  There ...
    Posted Sep 28, 2010, 2:55 PM by Venice 2.0
  • Update for the Week of 09/13/10     This week we worked mostly on finalizing a solid definition of our project. We refined both our mission statement and our objectives. Our current set of objectives is: To prepare ...
    Posted Sep 20, 2010, 10:30 AM by Kevin Scannell
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