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    semantic ratings and reviews database

    i'm working on ratings and reviews database based on mediawiki and other open source extensions: www.ratingstars.org. Star rating, discussion page and google charts are under development by extensions creators. i'm looking for moderators and programmers to develop the project. anyone will be able to display his review on external website (to rate his business or product or whatever). website will display social trends (age, sex, size of the city of users who voted positive, neutral, negative) and many other features... what do you think about the idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanoki View Post
    i'm working on ratings and reviews database based on mediawiki and other open source extensions: www.ratingstars.org. Star rating, discussion page and google charts are under development by extensions creators. i'm looking for moderators and programmers to develop the project. anyone will be able to display his review on external website (to rate his business or product or whatever). website will display social trends (age, sex, size of the city of users who voted positive, neutral, negative) and many other features... what do you think about the idea?
    i'm curios how do you intend to story data and query? can you give some details?

    best regards

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    it's simple

    it's quite simple. i'm using mediawiki + semantic mediawiki. see an example:
    http://www.ratingstars.org/en/whitney_houston
    than take a look at the source of the article. you can see that rating extension will only need to put numbers inside [[votes::xxx]] and [[rating::xx.x]] and semantic mediawiki will handle the rest to display charts and graphs. what we need is a rating extension. there are two:
    http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extens...axRatingScript
    http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:W4G_Rating_Bar
    the first one is two simple and allows voting even for not logged in users. the second one doesn't have star style right now. there are also few other things our rating extension should do...but just tell me you are interested and i will explain more.

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    sorry for type, store instead of story, but seems you already understand what i mean,

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanoki View Post
    it's quite simple. i'm using mediawiki + semantic mediawiki. see an example:
    http://www.ratingstars.org/en/whitney_houston
    than take a look at the source of the article. you can see that rating extension will only need to put numbers inside [[votes::xxx]] and [[rating::xx.x]] and semantic mediawiki will handle the rest to display charts and graphs. what we need is a rating extension. there are two:
    http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extens...axRatingScript
    http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:W4G_Rating_Bar
    the first one is two simple and allows voting even for not logged in users. the second one doesn't have star style right now. there are also few other things our rating extension should do...but just tell me you are interested and i will explain more.
    what about extending this:

    http://www.ratingstars.org/english/i...on&xmlmime=rdf

    best regards


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