BlueSpice goes Semantic
|SMWCon Fall 2015|
|BlueSpice goes Semantic|
|Description:||This session will sketch the current BlueSpice Semantics roadmap.|
|Event start:||2015/10/29 14:55:00|
|Event finish:||2015/10/29 15:15:00|
|Keywords:||data modelling, data application, content management, blue spice|
Semantic MediaWiki here, BlueSpice Enterprise Distribution there: It’s time to bring these two pieces of MediaWiki software together. Customers and users don’t understand, why they have to choose between these two complementary projects. But how can both sides benefit?
In this session we’ll sketch the current BlueSpice Semantics roadmap. It’s not only about adding some semantic extensions, we should also talk about template repositories and better ways to deliver free and semantic templates with costs to users and customers. Shouldn’t we?
The BlueSpice program can become an interesting way to spread semantic technologies into the professional wiki world. It offers ways to make developers and service providers more visible. We’d like to start a discussion about requirements, priorities, possible collaboration and realistic next steps in this session.
- BlueSpice: State of the project
- The general strategy for the next years and links to Semantic MediaWiki / Cargo
- Content template delivery
- Nice idea but many open questions
- Known problems
- Collaboration and next steps