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Final version


Here's the final version


Thanks to contributors for your help. I'm really pleased with the end product. Now we need to focus on the wiki and the tools we post to it - and the workshop!


Thanks again,




Draft Report


When editing this draft, please update this page with your name and email address first. This will help ensure that we are all working off of the most current version of the paper.


Current editor: Nobody

Time / Date:



Who has looked at the report so far

  • Trevor 09/06/06
  • Nigel 11/06/06
  • Richard 15/06/06
  • Markus 18/06/06, 21/06/06
  • Sie 22/06/06
  • Trevor 23/6/06
  • Nigel 26/6/06
  • Trevor 28/6/06
  • Nigel 30/6/06
  • John Harnett (manual edits to Trevor)
  • Trevor 2/7/06


(if you put your name here you get on the "Authors" list - otherise we will "gratefully acknowledge" you in the report!


Suggest that you


  • Change the "Who's looking at the report" section below to say your name rather than "nobody"
  • Click on the report
  • Save it to your local drive, renamed v1 (or v2 etc)
  • Make your changes in markup mode
  • Upload it to the wiki
  • Check this has been successful
  • Put the old version under the old versions section (just copy the URL above down below)
  • Link the new document within the "heres the latest version" bit above
  • Change the "Who's looking at the report" section below to say "nobody"

Old versions


I suggest these are deleted once we have a product we are happy with; but might be sensible to keep a few incase one person's edits are not agreed by others.


Comments (4)

Anonymous said

at 7:09 pm on Jun 25, 2006

It's hard to edit the file if you don't have word, (I don't)

Anonymous said

at 9:44 pm on Jun 30, 2006

The reading lists section is premature, Nigel DS correctly sensed this. May I suggest that the report is better without it.

Anonymous said

at 8:20 am on Jul 2, 2006

I'd prefer to have something in the report, as I have certainly found RSS feeds and aggregators to be very handy.

Anonymous said

at 12:21 pm on Jul 2, 2006

The report isn't about RSS feeds and aggregators, it's speculation about "Reading Lists", it's still at the development stage in the IT world. By all means go for a re-evangelism about RSS, it's a game changing techonology. Reading Lists will follow in time and may help out too, I hope so. I think the article will confuse as much as help. The article is not about existing "RSS feeds and aggregators". It's about recommendation reading lists, but there's only one aggregator that supports the technology at the moment. It is actuary unfriendly, I promise you!!!

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