your list of uncommented but structured URLs is very tempting, but also quite exhausting. What we would need for such a lot ofinfo would be user tagging, such as opening each link and adding them to my delicious - with a brief summary or comment, plus some tags for indexing.
In some cases I've promoted and used collaborative tagging - a group agree upon a specific combination or shorthand tag (that is not otherwise used) which can then be used for making user recommended and indexed links lists.
One example of this co-tagging was a Community of Practice/web 2.0 workshop this january at CPsquare - Nancy, Bron, Sylvia pls jump in!
Many of these links are in Danish/other Nordic languages but you get the idea
How about scopeinformal? It doesn't exactly have ring to it, but it isn't used Does anyone have suggestions? (tag, you're it )
may I suggest that you use an underscore with the specific title 'scope_' followed by the particular discussion or topic 'informal'
if each type of tag begins with scope, then all tags no matter the discussion will be presented
thus scope_informal and scope_community would bring different results but scope itself would bring both
That makes sense to have one tag for all bookmarks generated through scope, then defining tags for individual topics/seminar discussions. Scope on its own brings up so many other bookmarks though. Now do we use a tag other than scope?
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