[Clipart] clipart Digest, Vol 47, Issue 16
alan at ccnsweb.com
Sun Feb 17 11:46:56 PST 2008
OpenOffice is using a bot to clean up entries in their wiki?
Would this be a way to clean up tags as well?
John Olsen wrote:
> I like the idea of shortening that tags list. Maybe we can add a
> quick line of instruction over the right hand sidebar with the subset
> names (+) for those who don't get it. I try to tag things into
> classes and subclasses like animal,mammal,feline,tiger but a lot of
> people are very bad about their tagging. So it is an area we
> librarians can help in.
> I wondered about an automated way to clean up tags. I've done some of
> it where a tag has been generated by a typo, but it would be good to
> merge larger groups - how does it work Jon?
> Seems an obvious place to start is merging single and plural version
> of a tag together like bird and birds. I think the singular is better
> and all encompassing. Do we agree?
> John Olsen
>> Message: 2
>> Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 19:49:08 +0800
>> From: Jon Phillips <jon at rejon.org>
>> Subject: Re: [Clipart] Minimum number of tags
>> To: momo at lumenstudio.net
>> Cc: clipart at lists.freedesktop.org
>> Message-ID: <1202816948.6436.105.camel at localhost>
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>> Actually, Joanna, I think great to set the threshold now...the search
>> function is fixed in upcoming release and that tags page is a massive
>> overload on our webserver at present...could you try to set the min
>> visible at like 100 and then we can test that out...
>> Also, there is a way to automatically clean up tags as an admin as
>> which might be a nice thing to do...it takes a while, but there are
>> several tags which are similar and should be corrected....
>> Would you like to look into this more?
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