SMWCon Fall 2022/Conference schedule

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Conference Day 1 - Wednesday, October 26
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10:00
120 min.
Tutorials provide hands-on guidance for specific topics.
FlexForm is the forms extension that is part of Open CSP. This is a short tutorial about things that are new or have changed.
Python controlled mediawiki docker application cluster installation
The next SMW release will include schema.org and other vocabularies ready for re-use. The tutorial will cover aspects of linking to external data sources, re-using external vocabularies, and providing identifiers to be used to link to your own wiki.
12:30
60 min.
15:00
90 min.
The objective is to have an access control system for MediaWiki. This session is about exploring the possibilities of a policy based access control system that can be managed in the wiki.
WikiGuard is an extension that implements policy based access control for wikis. In this talk WikiGuard will be explained and demonstrated. The purpose of the talk is to have a first step towards a good access control system for wikis.
17:00
45 min.
Selene Deckelmann wil provide the keynote. Details will follow.


Conference Day 2 - Thursday, October 27
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10:00
30 min.
ConfIDent makes descriptive metadata on conferences and other formats of scientific events permanently accessible in a high quality through automated processes and scientific data curating.
10:30
30 min.
In science and technology, complex relationships exist between the properties of products and their composition and processing. For this reason, digital transformation and acceleration in this domain represents a particularly big challenge. Although it is generally agreed that data must be linked together by means of semantics and ontologies to form holistic data spaces, there is still a lack of suitable tools for integrating the necessary structures into the everyday work of scientists and engineers. Open Semantic Lab offers a holistic approach to address this deficiency: A SMW-based interactive web platform that can capture all our data and ideas and link them precisely - no matter if it' s inventory (LIMS), lab notes (ELN), procedures (SOP) or general knowledge. Each piece of information can also be machine-read, blockchain-signed and written to automatically transfer (Lab 4.0) and analyse (AI) measurement data. As an open (source) system, Open Semantic Lab can be easily adapted without programming knowledge without losing the uniform structure. In this way, we can contribute to everyone's knowledge individually and yet in a standardized way.
11:30
30 min.
The ReplicationWiki is undergoing a massive expansion and for the first time is used as a forum for a webinar series. The use case and experience with technical tools and challenges are presented.
12:00
30 min.
Alexander Gesinn Managing Director & Partner at gesinn.it GmbH & Co. KG
In this talk, we will show how knowledge-intensive business processes can be documented and automated through the symbiosis of SMW and a BPMN-workflow engine.
12:30
60 min.
13:30
120 min.
Session about Open CSP. Hosted by Jeroen Blijsie
Open CSP is the open source framework that turns the MediaWiki platform into a powerful Enterprise ready workspace. This talk is about Open CSP and the launch of Open CSP as it becomes available today.
Demo of Open CSP
15:30
30 min.
16:00
60 min.
How Canasta + SMW work together. The latest updates from the Canasta Project. Information on future development of Canasta.
17:00
30 min.
Yaron Koren Founder/CEO of WikiWorks
Highlights of recent additions to extensions including Page Forms, Page Schemas and External Data


Conference Day 3 - Friday, October 28
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10:00
120 min.
Arjen Santema Consultant Tactical Information Management
In the datafication of juridical texts in real estate we combine a complete round-trip set of semantic web technogies. We built a skos-based taxonomy to organize the knowledge we derive from the text models and translate that knowledge into an ontology. The result is an rdf-a document that contains all the relevant data that conforms to the ontology and is self-explaining by the taxonomy.
12:30
60 min.
13:30
60 min.
Lex Sulzer, Bryan Hilderbrand Knowledge Management Solutions Architect at dataspects GmbH
Our project "MWStake Community Services" pursues the goal of providing coherent, consistent, relevant and up-to-date information, tools and services for third-party MediaWiki users.
14:30
150 min.
During the hackathon developers will try to solve some issues that have been brought up.
The standard Semantic MediaWiki search form is too complicated for average users, both for those setting up SMWs but especially for those who just use them. It should be relatively easy to adjust it to make it more user friendly.