Open Reviews code (Mangrove) has moved to its permanent home in the Open Reviews Association org on GitLab. Find it here now: https://gitlab.com/open-reviews/mangrove
Proud of our Open Reviews project: ORA will hold a keynote speech at #ENTER21, a conference focused on research and industry case studies on tech in travel and tourism.
Several talks and papers are about online reviews data this year. How it can be used to advance our understanding of people's preferences and needs, to ultimately create better services.
ORA contributes the tools to making reviews data open for research and innovation.
Check out the teaser for our talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHvfhRe9ovQ
Keen to write some Julia (including open-source) or develop optimization algorithms to shape the future of AI? Join us! We are currently looking for part-time Julia coders and optimization research interns: https://planting.space/team.html#join-us
Online-Bewertungen sind aus dem Tourismus nicht mehr wegzudenken. Desto problematischer ist es, dass diese Daten heute noch immer proprietär sind.
Wir laden alle Tourismusorganisationen ein, diese zukunftsorientierte Technologie anzuwenden und sie mit uns gemeinsam weiterzuentwickeln.
If you are interested in contributing to PlantingSpace projects, check out our bounties board: https://gitlab.com/plantingspace/broadleaf We aim to post more there in the coming months (click the bell icon to add issue notifications).
Great that we had the chance to present the tech we built to bring #opendata reviews to the world at SotM 2020, OpenStreetMap's annual conference.
You can watch the speech online now:
We are announcing the foundation of the Open Reviews Association!
A place to connect and coordinate our activities.
Come join to support this movement: https://open-reviews.net
As we are discussing potential integrations for Mangrove open reviews, we have been also developing the first building blocks of Taiga infrastructure. Category theoretic concepts are essential to the design of the structure of these elements and the connections between them.
Online reviews are increasingly powerful data that can help people make better decisions. It should be openly accessible so that more can benefit and develop new technologies without barriers to entry. In this article PlantingSpace founder Dina writes about its potential and how we are going about creating an open reviews ecosystem.
Working hard on first Mangrove demo, allowing to test basic functionality soon: review restaurants and other places, companies, websites, and books. Move your earlier reviews from proprietary services to the #opendata commons with freeyourstuff.cc
Our first project, Mangrove, offers an alternative architecture for reviews and recommendations: we disentangle the data layer from the layer of value adding services, and thus enable reviews provided by people to be a commons, freely available to all.
See here our proposed standard for the open data set, and share with us what you think: https://gitlab.com/plantingspace/mangrove/blob/master/Mangrove_Review_Standard_v1.md
More about Mangrove: https://planting.space/mangrove.html
PlantingSpace is now up and running! All our initial projects are published on our website, and the company is set up. Visit us at https://planting.space