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An overview of the status of PloneSocial and where we're heading. Also introduces a preview of the Digital Workplace Technology Roadmap that will be published soon.

An overview of the status of PloneSocial and where we're heading. Also introduces a preview of the Digital Workplace Technology Roadmap that will be published soon.

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  • 1. Plone Conference 2013 PloneSocial Roadmap Guido Stevens gyst #plone @GuidoStevens Twitter www.cosent.nl
  • 2. PloneSocial Roadmap ● Why – Social Business ● What – Features & Demo – Philosophy ● Vision – Digital Workplace Technology Roadmap ● Now – Social Intranet Baseline
  • 3. Why
  • 4. Social Business Systems of Record → ● documents → ● procedures → ● top-down hierarchy → Systems of Engagement ● people ● knowledge flow ● grassroots networking “We estimate that social technologies can raise the productivity of interaction workers by 20 to 25% if they become fully networked enterprises” McKinsey Global Institute
  • 5. Evolve or Die Web 1.0 → ● publish + read ● content management ● document tree ● place-centric ● global state ● top-down control Plone Core Web 2.0 → ● read/write ● social networking ● activity stream ● time-centric ● personal perspectives ● bottom-up sharing Plone Social Web 3.0 ● big data ● semantic web ● digital workplace ● meaning-centric ● context adaptive ● machine learning __future__
  • 6. What
  • 7. PloneSocial Features ● Microblog status updates ● Activity stream view + portlet – microblog status updates – content creation – plone.app.discussion comments ● Social networking – personal profile with follow/unfollow actions – followers/following social graph views – activity stream filtered by “following”
  • 8. New features 2013 ● Social spaces – collective.local.* integration – per-workspace microblog / activity stream – thanks: Thomas Desvenain ● Bootstrap theme ● Continuous integration testing – unit + robot tests on Travis + Saucelabs – robot demo video recording – thanks: Asko Soukka ● Private Messaging – in progress, thanks: Timo Stollenwerk e.a.
  • 9. Demo
  • 10. plonesocial.* ● plonesocial.suite – one-click installer – integrates low-level building blocks: ● plonesocial.microblog ● plonesocial.activitystream ● plonesocial.network ● plonesocial.theme in progress: ● plonesocial.messaging
  • 11. PloneSocial Philosophy ● Native Plone ● Full social experience ● Pre-integrated one-click install ● Flexible components ● Scale down ● Scale up
  • 12. Vision
  • 13. Digital Workplace Technology Roadmap ● Web 1.0 – systems of record – world wide web ● Web 2.0 – systems of engagement – social networking ● Web 3.0 – systems of intent – social semantic web
  • 14. SLATES Enterprise 2.0 Affordances ● Signals RSS, microblogging, email alerts ● Links ● Authoring ● Tags Personal tags, folksonomies != Plone Subject ● Extensions Recommender systems ● Search
  • 15. Knowledge Management ● Processes – productivity – tacit knowledge ● People – expertise – sharing knowledge ● Information – insight – explicit knowledge
  • 16. Application Landscape (1) ● Authoring – wikis – blogs ● Signals – microblogging – activity streams ● Extensions – social networking
  • 17. Application Landscape (2) ● Tagging – social bookmarking – question & answer ● Search – “normal” search – social search – semantic search ● Links – media – mashups
  • 18. Social Spaces ● Projects – strong connections – collaboration ● getting things done – limited access ● Communities – weak connections – cooperation ● sharing knowledge – much more open
  • 19. Technology Evolution ● Web 1.0 – systems of record – world wide web ● Web 2.0 – systems of engagement – social networking ● Web 3.0 – systems of intent – social semantic web
  • 20. 1.0 Systems Integration ● Enterprise 1.0 – Systems of Record ● Legacy mashups / integration – streamline primary business process ● Global shared state – document centric – database centric
  • 21. 2.0 Social Dashboard ● Enterprise 2.0 – Systems of Engagement ● Lightweight patterns – SLATES – freedom to ignore ● Personalized perspectives – “my” social network – filter by interest – time-centric
  • 22. 3.0 Semantic Context ● Social Semantic Web 3.0 – Systems of Intent ● Machine learning – driven by mobile constraints – enhances desktop productivity ● Context adaptive – semantic lifting – meaning-centric
  • 23. cosent.nl/roadmap
  • 24. Now
  • 25. Evolve or Die Web 1.0 → ● publish + read ● content management ● document tree ● place-centric ● global state ● top-down control Plone Core Web 2.0 → ● read/write ● social networking ● activity stream ● time-centric ● personal perspectives ● bottom-up sharing Plone Social Web 3.0 ● big data ● semantic web ● digital workplace ● meaning-centric ● context adaptive ● machine learning __future__
  • 26. PloneSocial Done ● One-click installer ● Microblogging ● Activity stream ● Personal profiles ● Social networking ● Social workspaces ● Bootstrap theme
  • 27. PloneSocial Todo (1) ● You – sell that stuff & use it – contribute ● Private Messaging – backend done (thx tisto!) – frontend todo ● Stream Enhancements – conversation threads – modification logs – pluggable rendering ● Notifications – email summaries – @mentions
  • 28. PloneSocial Todo (2) ● Social Content – follow content – like, share, save ● Semantic Content – tagging – follow tags ● Search – stream search – social semantic search
  • 29. Social Intranet Baseline ● Benefits: – Consolidate Efforts – Fast Demo – Easy Customization ● Minimize Dependencies: – Avoid Archetypes – Avoid XMPP, AMQP, 0MQ – Avoid external DB's ● Features: – Personal Social Dashboard – Streams, Microblog – Network, Profiles – Projects, Communities – Tasks, Notifications
  • 30. Not Invented Here
  • 31. Not Invented Here
  • 32. Re-invented Here
  • 33. Let's Collaborate! ● Collaborate on Social Intranet/Extranet Baseline – Solid pre-integrated feature set – Good UX, customize via p.a.theming ● Compete as Plone eco-system against other systems – Reduce demo & devel costs – Reduce QA & maintenance risks – Increase Plone credibility & visibility in social business space ● Maintain other differentiators – Geography, Delivery Process, Hosting, Support
  • 34. Use the source, Luke ... ● Installation – pypi: plonesocial.suite ● Customization – It's all just Plone ● Extension – https://github.com/cosent ● you'll find all the plonesocial.* packages there ● GPL licensed
  • 35. … or work with us! ● User Research – to drive design of a cohesive social experience ● Interaction Design – to drive development of an integrated feature set ● PloneSocial Development – to leverage PloneSocial in custom development – and at the same time improve PloneSocial baseline www.cosent.nl
  • 36. cosent.nl/blog Slides + Demo Video + Roadmap at cosent.nl/blog