SMWCon Fall 2019/ConferenceMap
INFO: By default the conference map below shows an empty framework of aspect codes (e.g. PR-0 Use Cases) within aspect groups (e.g. Operations: PROMOTE) on 3 layers (infrastructure, customization and operations).
YOUR ACTIONS: There are 4 dimensions by which you can elicit facets in the conference map:
- Noun keywords: elicit contributions addressing certain "things"
- Verb keywords: elicit contributions addressing certain actions
- Types: elicit contributions of certain types
- Days: elicit contributions occurring on certain days
HAVE FUN EXPLORING!
|NOUN KEYWORDS: ❏ Analytics1, ❏ Authorization1, ❏ BI1, ❏ Cargo1, ❏ Community2, ❏ Compliance1, ❏ Confidence1, ❏ Dashboard1, ❏ Diagrams1, ❏ Extension2, ❏ Faceting1, ❏ Forms2, ❏ Graph1, ❏ HTML1, ❏ Keynote1, ❏ NonDevelopers3, ❏ NonWikiDesign1, ❏ Permissions2, ❏ Profiling1, ❏ RDF3, ❏ Referatory1, ❏ Release1, ❏ Search1, ❏ Security3, ❏ Semantic MediaWiki1, ❏ Skinning1, ❏ SocialMedia1, ❏ Sparql1, ❏ Templates1, ❏ Triples1, ❏ Triplestore1, ❏ UIC1, ❏ Usability1, ❏ User Interface2, ❏ VisualEditor1, ❏ WebDatabase1|
|VERB KEYWORDS: ❏ configure1, ❏ cooperate2, ❏ develop2, ❏ manage1, ❏ query1|
|TYPES: ❏ CreateCamp2, ❏ LightningTalk1, ❏ Talk21, ❏ Unconference3, ❏ Workshop2|
|DAYS: ❏ 2019/9/251, ❏ 2019/9/261, ❏ 2019/9/271|
|TOGGLE ALL: ❏|
COM-0 Communication How do community members communicate? Where to push messages and where to subscribe to news? Where to get general guidance?
COM-1 Documentation Where to contribute to documentation? How to contribute?
COM-2 Consulting Where to get help? Who to hire for what? How to offer products and services?
COM-3 Certification Make it easy for users to gauge an extension's stability and compatibility with MW core and other extensions.
COM-4 Projects Which projects is the community currently pursuing? What is suggested/requested by the community?
COM-5 Cooperation How does the community cooperate in different fields?
PR-0 Use Cases * Usage examples abstraction</br>* Designated benefits
PR-1 Usage Examples * Concrete examples of use cases</br>* Underlying decision process leading to implementation</br>* Push/pull?
US-0 Usability This aspect refers to everything that facilitates a Smooth, Intuitive and Pleasant Use, Operation and Setup of Semantic MediaWiki.</br>* Optimal interactions</br>** Facets</br>** Forms
US-1 Ontologies * Implement ontologies and their facets using templates, properties, concepts, query templates, result formats, modules, etc.</br>* SMW/Cargo</br>* Naming best practices</br>* Examples for underlying frameworks and concrete apps
US-2 Content Design PENDING
MO-0 Data Quality Assurance * Data curation/coherence/consistency/integrity</br>* Facets based on normalized data
MO-1 Business Relevance <br>* Continued business justification* (S)MW popularity among developers, engineers, administrators, power users, ontology/search engineers, and end users
SE-0 Platforms * Different server operating systems</br>* Containerization</br>* Cloud services
SE-1 Managers Tools/libraries/frameworks facilitating managing all (S)MW aspects
SE-2 Backends How to use MediaWiki with different backends, e.g. MySQL, Elasticsearch or a triple store.
MA-0 Secure (Backup/Clone) SSL/TLS, Permissions, Authentication, Extensions, API, External Data, Common.js
MA-1 Upgrade * (Semi-)automated updates of core and extensions best practices</br>** repeatable (~idempotent)</br>** reusable</br>** reversible</br>** logged</br>** graceful error recovery
MA-2 Scale * (S)MW and big data</br>* Simple and complex scaling options
DE-0 Core * Core development policies and modalities</br>* Where to look for documentation and skills</br>* Understand how to adapt to core
DE-1 Extensions <br/>* Extension development best practices* Boilerplates, blueprints, and templates* Magic words, parser functions, jobs integration, etc.
DE-2 Skins <br>* Develop, extend, and adapt skins (CSS, JS)* Underlying frameworks and libraries (e.g. Bootstrap)
The MediaWiki Aspects Map helps in structuring:
- conference contributions, i.e. (lightning) talks, tutorials, workshops, create camps and posters
- community members' skills provided and looked for
- (S)MW-related knowledge media and best practices
It is an instance of Feature "Nested Facet Maps".