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  • 1. Gregor Hagedorn (JKI, Plazi,& Museum für Naturkunde)2013-05-22 BerlinBiowikifarmpro-iBiosphere is funded under the European Unions7th Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement №312848.
  • 2. BiowikifarmBio+Wiki+Farm= MediaWiki content managementsoftware (as in Wikipedias, Wikisource,etc.): Longest term sustainability.
  • 3. BiowikifarmBio+Wiki+Farm= MediaWiki content managementsoftware (as in Wikipedias, Wikisource,etc.). „Longest term“ sustainability.= Many installations under sharedmanagement. Efficiency Gain.(ViBRANT Scratchpads= pre-configured Drupal Farm)
  • 4. =equivalent of“Scratchpads”for Wikis
  • 5. Distributed ResponsibilitiesFP7 project 2010-2013Responsible for newdevelopments onbiowikifarm.Hosting +Long term technicalservice sustainabilityLong term museum-ITresources availableLong term legal andmanagementresponsibility
  • 6. biowikifarm UsersIn total about:22 active community wikis2 shared media repositories3 meta- and shared test-wikis,8 dormant (containing valuable content)9 wikis with dubious future
  • 7. biowikifarm Examples: Species ID
  • 8. biowikifarm Examples: OpenMedia
  • 9. biowikifarm Examples: Open Nature Guides
  • 10. biowikifarm Examples: GBIF/TDWG Terms
  • 11. biowikifarm Examples: ISPI Pest Information
  • 12. biowikifarm Examples: Filtered Push
  • 13. biowikifarm Examples: Key to Nature
  • 14. biowikifarm Examples: Lichen Glossary
  • 15. biowikifarm Examples: Flora Malesiana
  • 16. biowikifarm Examples: Pl@ntNet-Pl@ntUse
  • 17. biowikifarm Examples: pro-iBiosphere
  • 18. New biowikifarm participants are welcome! Participate in shared long-term maintenance In-kind contributions welcome (no other cost)
  • 19. New biowikifarm participants are welcome! Participate in shared long-term maintenance In-kind contributions welcome (no other cost)Where appropriate? Having more contributors than programmers When a community is interested in shaping the featuresof the platform themselves Middle path between structured and unstructured Simple Word-like text plus XML-like markup possible Automatic Android identification available

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