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The Language Bank of Finland has some additional pages here. The official pages are at http://www.csc.fi/kielipankki.
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A list of networks and organizations using KitWiki as their working space.

Resources

A resource listing containing items both in KitWiki and elsewhere.

Tools

The Language Bank

The Language Bank of Finland has some additional pages here. The official pages are at http://www.csc.fi/kielipankki.

  • Helpdesk - Submit and solve problems regarding the use of the Language Bank.

Help

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  2. Instructions and advice: Advice, documentation and tutorials for parsers, tools etc. at the CSC Corpus machine and also information and advice about useful tools for collaboration through the Internet.
  3. Some additional information about the CSC Language Bank (whose official pages can be found at http://www.csc.fi/kielipankki) and project to define specification KieliaineistojenKäyttöoikeuksienHallinnanTietojärjestelmä
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Joining the KitWiki

Most of the contents of the KitWiki site is free for anybody to read. All writing to KitWiki is restricted to registered users only, and some areas have more specific restrictions so that they may bee seen or altered by a smaller group only. If you think that you could benefit from using the KitWiki because you are a professional or a student in a related area, you are encouraged register in the KitWiki. Registering is done by clicking the Register at the top of the left side column of this page and filling the form that opens. If you have filled in the form successfully, you will receive mail which either giver you further instructions, or confirms the registration and helps you to start using the KitWiki. If your email address is in one of the certified domains (such as most Finnish universities) you will get an immediate email reply, otherwise the reply may be slower and you may be requested to repeat the registration.

Getting started with the KitWiki

The new user is expected to learn some basics of the TWiki software which is used for writing the WIKI pages and presenting them to the users. See the TWiki documentation where you can find some welcoming information for the beginner. Later on, if one uses more the TWiki, one will be motivated to learn further features as one needs them.

It might be useful to pay attention to a few terms used throughout in the TWiki documentation and tutorials: pages are often called topics, and the main divisions of the site (Main, KitWiki, FiLT, SandBox and TWiki) are called webs. You are requested to create new topics/pages only in the Sandbox web and in the KitWiki web. Use the Sandbox for testing or learning, and the KitWiki web for writing new topics which you consider useful for others (i.e. all users or for a particular group). When creating new pages, please avoid short or general names. Instead, use somewhat longer names, preferably including some unique prefix.


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The Language Bank of Finland has some additional pages here. The official pages are at http://www.csc.fi/kielipankki.
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Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure working pages.
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The Finnish Language Technology Documentation Centre.
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Northern European Association for Language Technology working pages.
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Working pages for the NooJ linguistic development environment.
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This KitWiki does not even attempt to cover everything. Instead, pages are expected to provide pointers to other existing or alternative sources whenever useful. This Kitwiki is not and will not become an encyclopedia like the Wikipedia. Instead, you are encouraged to write encyclopedic articles about language technology and language resources directly in WikiPedia and use here links to such articles.

Contents of the KitWiki

The contents of the KitWiki website is classified in some broader categories which need not be mutually exclusive. For these broader categories there is (or will be) a page listing subcategories and pointing to their start pages. The broad categories are:

  1. Joint Efforts and Activities: This group consists typically of activities who use this Kitwiki as their working space. The pages are thus more or less dynamic reflecting the progress of the efforts. Individual activities include networks for research and training, graduate schools and various working groups.
  2. Instructions and advice: Advice, documentation and tutorials for parsers, tools etc. at the CSC Corpus machine and also information and advice about useful tools for collaboration through the Internet.
  3. Some additional information about the CSC Language Bank (whose official pages can be found at http://www.csc.fi/kielipankki)
  4. Resources and Documentation: This group consists typically of more static collections of items. TWiki appears to be handy in collecting records (which TWiki calls forms) and presenting them as summary lists.

Joining the KitWiki

Most of the contents of the KitWiki site is free for anybody to read. All writing to KitWiki is restricted to registered users only, and some areas have more specific restrictions so that they may bee seen or altered by a smaller group only. If you think that you could benefit from using the KitWiki because you are a professional or a student in a related area, you are encouraged register in the KitWiki. Registering is done by clicking the Regisrer at the top of the left side column of this page and filling the form that opens. If you have filled in the form successfully, you will receive mail which either giver you further instructions, or confirms the registration and helps you to start using the KitWiki. If your email address is in one of the certified domains (such as most Finnish universities) you will get an immediate email reply, otherwise the reply may be slower and you may be requested to repeat the registration.

Getting started with the KitWiki

The new user is expected to learn some basics of the TWiki software which is used for writing the WIKI pages and presenting them to the users. See the TWiki documentation where you can find some welcoming information for the beginner. Later on, if one uses more the TWiki, one will be motivated to learn further features as one needs them.

It might be useful to pay attention to a few terms used throughout in the TWiki documentation and tutorials: pages are often called topics, and the main divisions of the site (Main, KitWiki, FiLT, SandBox and TWiki) are called webs. You are requested to create new topics/pages only in the Sandbox web and in the KitWiki web. Use the Sandbox for testing or learning, and the KitWiki web for writing new topics which you consider useful for others (i.e. all users or for a particular group). When creating new pages, please avoid short or general names. Instead, use somewhat longer names, preferably including some unique prefix.

 
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  • One possibly significant advantage of separate webs is that it forces the users to think in terms of categories of topics. They will ask themselves: is this topic about collaboration in general, about research methods or about linguistic resources. Furthermore, this distinction makes Index and Change pages specific to these types of data. One of the problems in the current setting is that both the Main and Community webs contain groups of people. -- AnssiYliJyra - 19 May 2006 - 23:47
  • If Kimmo is right, we need to combine the current webs sooner rather than later. Combining will take one working day and I am not available for that before midsummer, unfortunately. There are two options: (i) Combining Community, Methods and Resources webs to KitWiki web. This will still retain the users in Main, a separate web. (ii) Moving all in KitWiki web content to Main web. Renaming Main as KitWiki is not a safe decision (it was attempted earlier and it broke the system once). The two-step change (i+ii) is not rational, because it almost requires two days. Although moving of pages from webs is easy, some of the links may become invalid and all the pages have to be checked for broken links. (TWiki is good enough to rename most links as needed.) -- AnssiYliJyra - 19 May 2006 - 23:01
  • It seems to be choice between two extremes or some compromise between them: (a) one large KitWiki web for all pages vs. (b) a separate web for each section, i.e. many webs (>20). The former puts some strain on selecting the topic wikinames and makes it difficult to have selective access control for individual sections. The latter makes it clumsy to refer to other sections, but selective access control is easy (if there is a separate web for each section). A compromise between the extremes might have the problems of both alternatives - and none of the benefits. -- KimmoKoskenniemi - 09 May 2006 - 16:13
  • Because the sustainability of the KitWiki system has a currently a limited time frame (to the end of 2006), we need to plan the future of the dynamic content of the system. Could some part of it become a static part of FiLT? Could we move something to other Wikis? -- AnssiYliJyra - 09 May 2006 - 11:55
  • The optimum number of TWiki web compartments in KitWiki might more difficult to decide. A single Main web would make the cross referencing easy, but then all parts of the KitWiki would have the same defautl access rights. As far as I can tell, the access rights can be set for a TWiki web or for a single topic page. Access rights are not inherited from a parent to its children. Thus, I would keep the present set of webs until I better understand what kind of access defaults each of these three webs (community, resources and methods) represent. -- KimmoKoskenniemi - 04 May 2006 - 14:45
  • KimmoKoskenniemi suggested that having multiple webs might make things TOO complicated when we refer to people and resources. I am ready to move everything under KitWiki to the Main web, while retaining the entry points to Community, Resources and Methods. Then we will have only three webs: Main, Sandbox and TWiki but this adds more burden to the way topics are named. Do you second this motion???
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  • One possibly significant advantage of separate webs is that it forces the users to think in terms of categories of topics. They will ask themselves: is this topic about collaboration in general, about research methods or about linguistic resources. Furthermore, this distinction makes Index and Change pages specific to these types of data. One of the problems in the current setting is that both the Main and Community webs contain groups of people. -- AnssiYliJyra - 19 May 2006 - 23:47
  • If Kimmo is right, we need to combine the current webs sooner rather than later. Combining will take one working day and I am not available for that before midsummer, unfortunately. There are two options: (i) Combining Community, Methods and Resources webs to KitWiki web. This will still retain the users in Main, a separate web. (ii) Moving all in KitWiki web content to Main web. Renaming Main as KitWiki is not a safe decision (it was attempted earlier and it broke the system once). The two-step change (i+ii) is not rational, because it almost requires two days. Although moving of pages from webs is easy, some of the links may become invalid and all the pages have to be checked for broken links. (TWiki is good enough to rename most links as needed.) -- AnssiYliJyra - 19 May 2006 - 23:01
 
  • It seems to be choice between two extremes or some compromise between them: (a) one large KitWiki web for all pages vs. (b) a separate web for each section, i.e. many webs (>20). The former puts some strain on selecting the topic wikinames and makes it difficult to have selective access control for individual sections. The latter makes it clumsy to refer to other sections, but selective access control is easy (if there is a separate web for each section). A compromise between the extremes might have the problems of both alternatives - and none of the benefits. -- KimmoKoskenniemi - 09 May 2006 - 16:13
  • Because the sustainability of the KitWiki system has a currently a limited time frame (to the end of 2006), we need to plan the future of the dynamic content of the system. Could some part of it become a static part of FiLT? Could we move something to other Wikis? -- AnssiYliJyra - 09 May 2006 - 11:55
  • The optimum number of TWiki web compartments in KitWiki might more difficult to decide. A single Main web would make the cross referencing easy, but then all parts of the KitWiki would have the same defautl access rights. As far as I can tell, the access rights can be set for a TWiki web or for a single topic page. Access rights are not inherited from a parent to its children. Thus, I would keep the present set of webs until I better understand what kind of access defaults each of these three webs (community, resources and methods) represent. -- KimmoKoskenniemi - 04 May 2006 - 14:45

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  • Because the sustainability of the KitWiki system has a currently a limited time frame (to the end of 2006), we need to plan the future of the dynamic content of the system. Could some part of it become a static part of FiLT? Could we move something to other Wikis? -- AnssiYliJyra - 09 May 2006 - 11:55
  • The optimum number of TWiki web compartments in KitWiki might more difficult to decide. A single Main web would make the cross referencing easy, but then all parts of the KitWiki would have the same defautl access rights. As far as I can tell, the access rights can be set for a TWiki web or for a single topic page. Access rights are not inherited from a parent to its children. Thus, I would keep the present set of webs until I better understand what kind of access defaults each of these three webs (community, resources and methods) represent. -- KimmoKoskenniemi - 04 May 2006 - 14:45
  • KimmoKoskenniemi suggested that having multiple webs might make things TOO complicated when we refer to people and resources. I am ready to move everything under KitWiki to the Main web, while retaining the entry points to Community, Resources and Methods. Then we will have only three webs: Main, Sandbox and TWiki but this adds more burden to the way topics are named. Do you second this motion???
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  • The optimum number of TWiki web compartments in KitWiki might more difficult to decide. A single Main web would make the cross referencing easy, but then all parts of the KitWiki would have the same defautl access rights. As far as I can tell, the access rights can be set for a TWiki web or for a single topic page. Access rights are not inherited from a parent to its children. Thus, I would keep the present set of webs until I better understand what kind of access defaults each of these three webs (community, resources and methods) represent. -- KimmoKoskenniemi - 04 May 2006 - 14:45
  • KimmoKoskenniemi suggested that having multiple webs might make things TOO complicated when we refer to people and resources. I am ready to move everything under KitWiki to the Main web, while retaining the entry points to Community, Resources and Methods. Then we will have only three webs: Main, Sandbox and TWiki but this adds more burden to the way topics are named. Do you second this motion???
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The Language Technology Documentation Centre of Finland, FiLT has partly similar contents and functions as KitWiki, but they have different roles and are intended to be complementary rather than overlapping. The primary function of FiLT is to collect information on relevant parties and items and provide a link to the actual sources of information whereas KitWiki is intended to serve as a tool for cooperative activities and serve. The information in FiLT and other NorDokNet sites and in Language Technology World is divided into four main catecories:

  1. Information and knowledge about language technology. No similar information is being collected in KitWiki presently.
  2. Players and teams which lists researchers and other individuals, organizations and projects and commercial companies within this field - but only lists them with a pointer and coarse classification. Some of the teams or players may have an forum at the KitWiki.Community section where they collect material for and about their meetings and activities.
  3. Systems and resources which lists materials, products and (less complete) research systems. Here we have some overlap, but FiLT will not go to any details beyond listing the items and giving a link. KitWiki is expected to collect more detailed info about materials and stress the user perspective. Some corpora are listed in this section of FiLT, but the KitWiki.Resources section of KitWiki is expected to attract more information on them. On the other hand, information about products and systems will be present in KitWiki.Methods if the programs are available at CSC and then the KitWiki.Methods will contain advice and documentation on using the products and systems.
  4. Communication and events which is a rather passive part of the FiLT containing only a dynamically updated and comprehensive list of messages announcing conferences.

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  • The optimum number of TWiki web compartments in KitWiki might more difficult to decide. A single Main web would make the cross referencing easy, but then all parts of the KitWiki would have the same defautl access rights. As far as I can tell, the access rights can be set for a TWiki web or for a single topic page. Access rights are not inherited from a parent to its children. Thus, I would keep the present set of webs until I better understand what kind of access defaults each of these three webs (community, resources and methods) represent. -- KimmoKoskenniemi - 04 May 2006 - 14:45
  • KimmoKoskenniemi suggested that having multiple webs might make things TOO complicated when we refer to people and resources. I am ready to move everything under KitWiki to the Main web, while retaining the entry points to Community, Resources and Methods. Then we will have only three webs: Main, Sandbox and TWiki but this adds more burden to the way topics are named. Do you second this motion???
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    2. Corpora, Terms and Other Resources (WHAT = Mostly static or cumulative information about the material, not instructions how to use the Corpus computer and what kinds of tools there are, cf. section 3)
    3. Tools, Methods, Programs and Experiences (HOW = All kinds of instructions how things can be done)
    Or could this pose problems, e.g. in the form of giving selective access rights?
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  • KimmoKoskenniemi suggested that having multiple webs might make things TOO complicated when we refer to people and resources. I am ready to move everything under KitWiki to the Main web, while retaining the entry points to Community, Resources and Methods. Then we will have only three webs: Main, Sandbox and TWiki but this adds more burden to the way topics are named. Do you second this motion???
    -- AnssiYliJyra - 04 May 2006
  • To serve as a basis for discussion: Could the KitWiki consist of only three sub sections (alias webs) as follows:
    1. Community (WHO = This section is used for coordinating the activities of national or international organs, organizations and networks and for easy dissemination of information related to them)
    2. Corpora, Terms and Other Resources (WHAT = Mostly static or cumulative information about the material, not instructions how to use the Corpus computer and what kinds of tools there are, cf. section 3)
    3. Tools, Methods, Programs and Experiences (HOW = All kinds of instructions how things can be done)
    Or could this pose problems, e.g. in the form of giving selective access rights?
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  • Yes, that is better. Shorter names: 1. Community, 2. Resources, 3. Methods. -- AnssiYliJyra - 25 Apr 2006

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    • Corpora elsewhere and archives (which are not accessible from here but pointers are given)
    • FSM/FST software registry (including pointers to other sites)
    • Terminology (including what is collected here and pointers to other existing term collections)
  3. Tools, Methods, Programs and Experiences
    • (Video and Audio) Conferencing tools including practical advice and experiences
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