Manage your personal information space with Midgard
Henri Bergius [email_address] http://bergie.iki.fi
Finnish Midgard solution provider www.nemein.com
Midgard is different
Joint    venture  between  several  companies CMS Watch: “ Hanseatic league of open source content management ”
“ Lego brick model” Connect standard MidCOM components together to build your site, then customize layout and configuration
More than just PHP <ul><li>Full DB abstraction </li></ul><ul><li>GLib </li></ul><ul><li>Replication </li></ul><ul><li>Inde...
Why social web?
Sharing is natural Image: Wikipedia
Information = Survival
No time for stories
Stories = Information
Storytelling for modern world
Social web = Stories
Mobile tools
Not everything is sunny in  Web 2.0 world
Losing control of your data
Isolated data silos
Opening silos: FaceBook platform
Opening silos: APIs and you
Personal hub: Jaiku
Personal hub: Wordpress
Better way: Treat content from social services as equal to local content
Integration technologies RSS JSON Microformats Flickr API del.icio.us API XML-RPC MagpieRSS PhotoCasts GeoRSS json_decode(...
Importing blog entries
Importing photos
Importing location
Personal hub: Midgard
Personal hub: Presence
Personal hub: Photos
Personal hub: Location
Personal hub: Microsummary
Personal hub: Microformats
Wrapping up
Social web = Stories
Stories = Information
Information = Survival
Head out and explore
Escape the silos Treat content from social services as equal to local content
Provide data feeds
www.microformats.org www.midgard-project.org bergie.iki.fi Photos by myself, Tuomas Kuosmanen, Toni Eliasz and Fredrik Koi...
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Social web services like Flickr and del.icio.us provide new ways to work and share data with others. However, they also mean that your data is spread around dozens of services, companies and servers.



Midgard can be set up to act as your personal information hub, synchronizing your content with the various Web 2.0 services and displaying them in your own style as a mashup. This means your content can also be secure in a server you control.

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    1. 1. Manage your personal information space with Midgard
    2. 2. Henri Bergius [email_address] http://bergie.iki.fi
    3. 3. Finnish Midgard solution provider www.nemein.com
    4. 4. Midgard is different
    5. 5. Joint venture between several companies CMS Watch: “ Hanseatic league of open source content management ”
    6. 6. “ Lego brick model” Connect standard MidCOM components together to build your site, then customize layout and configuration
    7. 7. More than just PHP <ul><li>Full DB abstraction </li></ul><ul><li>GLib </li></ul><ul><li>Replication </li></ul><ul><li>Indexing </li></ul><ul><li>Multilang </li></ul>
    8. 8. Why social web?
    9. 9. Sharing is natural Image: Wikipedia
    10. 10. Information = Survival
    11. 11. No time for stories
    12. 12. Stories = Information
    13. 13. Storytelling for modern world
    14. 14. Social web = Stories
    15. 15. Mobile tools
    16. 16. Not everything is sunny in Web 2.0 world
    17. 17. Losing control of your data
    18. 18. Isolated data silos
    19. 19. Opening silos: FaceBook platform
    20. 20. Opening silos: APIs and you
    21. 21. Personal hub: Jaiku
    22. 22. Personal hub: Wordpress
    23. 23. Better way: Treat content from social services as equal to local content
    24. 24. Integration technologies RSS JSON Microformats Flickr API del.icio.us API XML-RPC MagpieRSS PhotoCasts GeoRSS json_decode() del.icio.us digg hKit hCard + XFN hCalendar phpFlickr Services_Delicious PEAR XML-RPC
    25. 25. Importing blog entries
    26. 26. Importing photos
    27. 27. Importing location
    28. 28. Personal hub: Midgard
    29. 29. Personal hub: Presence
    30. 30. Personal hub: Photos
    31. 31. Personal hub: Location
    32. 32. Personal hub: Microsummary
    33. 33. Personal hub: Microformats
    34. 34. Wrapping up
    35. 35. Social web = Stories
    36. 36. Stories = Information
    37. 37. Information = Survival
    38. 38. Head out and explore
    39. 39. Escape the silos Treat content from social services as equal to local content
    40. 40. Provide data feeds
    41. 41. www.microformats.org www.midgard-project.org bergie.iki.fi Photos by myself, Tuomas Kuosmanen, Toni Eliasz and Fredrik Koivusalo
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