Are there any plans on weighting the keywords?
Alexey Parshin wrote:
> Here are my conclusions:
> 1) It is author's duty to maintain these keywords especially if object
> has multiple versions. As far as I understand, the small number of
> keywords isn't sufficient, and the large number is impossible to
> 2) If the keywords are not taken from the text or something displayed
> along with the text - they don't associate with the object as possible
> search conditions.
> 1) We don't need an artificial set of keywords that are not a part of
> the object.
> 2) Keywords should be generated automatically from the object text.
> 3) If author needs something that associates an object or its part
> with keywords, the author should provide a short description of the
> object or its part in the object text.
> 4) Auto-generation should happen automatically after any object
> content modification. Keywords themselves are not humanly editable.
> If we implement keywords this way, it would be zero efforts to
> maintain these keywords, and no logical inconsistencies when a set of
> keywords doesn't match the object content.
> 2006/11/15, email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > <email@example.com
> > 5. What if UU creates its own keyword list, asks the author to
> edit it
> > and does not let it go, until the author adds at least one word not
> > listed?
> > 6. Shouldn't the keyword list to be structured in some way?
> > 7. How keyword lists are updated? Depending on events in each
> > the UMO belongs to? This does bring in the idea of structured
> > list.
> Regarding structuring.
> 1. Automaticaly generated keywords for the current UMO.
> 2. All "current UMO"'s children UMOs keywords(if any)
> 3. Author's custom keywords(if any)
> From UI point of view, all keywords will be displayed in the same text
> area Keywords.
> From DB point of view, it's up to Alexey to deside. Here is my humble
> We may add keywords field to every *_content table where we may store
> author's custom keywords, automaticaly generated keywords will be
> in keywords_list table. This will allow keywords to be part of the
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