[p2pu-dev] LinkedUp Challenge: Pathfinder

Ralfe ralfepoisson at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 16:38:11 UTC 2014

Hi Elf,

I read through all the links in your post, and I think it is a wonderful
project. I would like to contribute some ideas. Firstly, I have some
working code for constructing resumes from Facebook and LinkedIn accounts
automatically which I wrote for a recruitment project some time back.
Secondly, it was not mentioned explicitly in the challenge documentation,
but I would recommend implementing a machine learning recommendation engine
such as what amazon uses to recommend books. Perhaps, more specifically, a
vector state machine, or something similar.


On Thursday, January 9, 2014, ☮ elf Pavlik ☮ wrote:

> Howdy!
> Have you seen by any chance: http://linkedup-challenge.org/
> focused.html#pathfinder
> I'll start with very short overview of few actions I've taken in this
> context in last week and then clarify my invitation to collaborate with
> P2PU Community :)
> 1. I've come across "Custom Search for Education": http://edu.schema-labs.
> appspot.com/ which seems to use http://lrmi.net included in
> http://schema.org BTW it already gives P2PU pages in results \o/
> 2. Posted about this Custom Search to LinkedUp mailing list and cc Sunny
> Lee working on http://openbadges.org/ Open Badges already recommends use
> of LRMI! Link to reply to my email: http://www.l3s.de/pipermail/
> linkedup-public/2014-January/000037.html
> 3. As you can see on that thread, it received few IMO positive replies
> from Stefan Dietze (LinkedUp), Sunny Lee (Open Badges), Phil Barker (LRMI &
> Schema.org)
> 4. I also went ahead and asked people who developed
> http://everythingisconnected.be/ (see video: http://youtu.be/FawygFT5Brs) if they would like to play together on addressing this Pathfinder
> challenge. I still need to follow up with them explaining some more details!
> Here I would like to ask you about interest in getting involved in
> collaboration on this Pathfinder challenge. And playing together with
> general Linked Data, specific LRMI and still bit unlinked Open Badges to
> see what we can come up with :)
> Cheers!
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