Structured Feedback for aksw.org

This is the the Page is the primary resource for information regarding Structured Feedback. It also comprises a setup of all components required to demonstrate the protocol. The infrastructure is as well used for the [MMoOn - Open Hebrew morphological lexicon(https://mmoon-project.github.io/JekyllPage/).

The Structured Feedback protocol as an interactive addition to the Web of Data. It offers support for users to contribute to the evolution of web resources, by providing structured data artifacts as patches for web resources, as well as simple plain text comments. Based on this approach it enables quality assessment and web data cleansing processes by the crowd in an ad-hoc fashion.

How to Give Feedback

To provide feedback for this site you can start by clicking the button Give Feedback in th bottom right corner. For the present page, no RDF is provided, this means the AnnotationClient is in the default fallback mode for simple text comments.

Pressing the Submit button will create an RDF resource representing your comment at http://resource.feedback.aksw.org/. After the creation of the resource a Semantic Pingback ping is sent to http://pingback.feedback.aksw.org/, which is advertised by this page in the head.

<head xmlns:pingback="http://purl.org/net/pingback/">
    <link rel="pingback:to" href="http://pingback.feedback.aksw.org" />
</head>

Read more about Structured Feedback

If you want to read more about Structured Feedback check out our paper at LDOW2016:

Structured Feedback: A Distributed Protocol for Feedback and Patches on the Web of Data by Natanael Arndt, Kurt Junghanns, Roy Meissner, Philipp Frischmuth, Norman Radtke, Marvin Frommhold, and Michael Martin in Proceedings of the Workshop on Linked Data on the Web (LDOW 2016) co-located with the 25th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2016)