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The new Oxford Talks API will offer feeds filterable by speaker which will allow researchers to place feeds of talks that they are associated with on the website.


Proposal

This feature will result in a new portlet and a cover page tile that will be used to integrate into the OxTalks data. You will be able to select specific speakers from the OxTalks data to display within the portlets and tiles across your site. The feeds will be automatically updated as new data is populated in OxTalks.


Stories

AS AN Editor I WANT TO add a new OxTalks portlet and select one or more speakers from the list of users SO THAT I can see always updated list of talks by speaker(s) from the OxTalks service

AS AN Editor I WANT TO add a new OxTalks tile to Cover pages and select one or more speakers from the list of users SO THAT I can see always updated list of talks by speaker(s) from OxTalks service

AS AN Editor I WANT TO add a new Talks tile to a Profile page and select one or more speakers from the list of users SO THAT I can see always updated list of talks by speaker(s) from OxTalks service


Comments

Anne Bowtell says:
Wednesday, 29 April 2015, 9.23 am

This won't be very usable without the option to display by series, topic, department etc - i.e. all the search parameters offered by the API. For instance, www.medsci wouldn't be interested in speakers, but would want to show everything from the Medsci Division

Haiku HQ says:
Wednesday, 29 April 2015, 11.46 am

The original request that came in for this feature was based around the speakers, so that was where we focussed. It is completely possible for us to use the other search parameters in the API for you to be able to display with, and I can see that this makes sense. If the feature gets chosen, we will include those in the development. it is more complex and more work, so as we have not investigated the work with full use of the API in mind, there may be complications that we come across which may mean the development of this is slightly different to what we have laid out here.

Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences . says:
Tuesday, 19 April 2016, 1.11 pm

Thanks - can you fix the link to the documentation for this?

admin says:
Thursday, 14 July 2016, 12.21 pm

Hi Jacqueline,

Apologies, this comment was missed. The documentation link is now fixed (and here - https://fry-it.atlassian.net/wiki/display/HKB/Oxford+Talks). Apologies for the inconvenience.

Haiku support team.

Department of Experimental Psychology . says:
Thursday, 14 July 2016, 10.44 am

Please can you look at the linkto the documentation for this feature as it isn't working?

admin says:
Thursday, 14 July 2016, 12.21 pm

Hi Janice,

The documentation link is now fixed (and here - https://fry-it.atlassian.net/wiki/display/HKB/Oxford+Talks). Apologies for the inconvenience.

Haiku support team.

Department of Experimental Psychology . says:
Thursday, 14 July 2016, 1.03 pm

Thank you!