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  • 1. Midgard Not just a CMS
  • 2. Henri Bergius henri.bergius@iki.fi http://bergie.iki.fi
  • 3. Finnish Midgard solution provider www.nemein.com
  • 4. Midgard is different
  • 5. CMS Watch: “Hanseatic league of open source Joint content venture between management” several companies
  • 6. Not just a CMS
  • 7. Not just a CMS Repository-oriented architecture ● Libgda provides database abstraction: SQLite, ● MySQL, Postgres, Oracle, ... D-Bus signals provide interprocess ● communications Language bindings to C, PHP, Python, Mono ● (C#) and Objective-C PHP is the main UI language ●
  • 8. “Lego brick model” Connect standard MidCOM components together to build your site, then customize layout and configuration
  • 9. Integration with social web services Import and provide RSS ● feeds Synchronize photos with ● Flickr Get location from Plazes ● Get status from Twitter, ● Jaiku or Qaiku Aggregate and publish ● Microformats
  • 10. The march to Midgard 2
  • 11. Old Midgard – codenamed “Ragnaroek” system is a capable CMS New Midgard2 – codenamed “Vinland” is where IKS will be applied
  • 12. Headed for the Semantic Web
  • 13. Adding ontologies to MgdSchemas
  • 14. Semantic indexing and SPARQL
  • 15. Semantic tagging in WYSIWYG editor
  • 16. Exposing more semantic data via Microformats or RDFa
  • 17. www.midgard-project.org - www.midgard2.org Henri Bergius Email: henri.bergius@nemein.com XMPP: henri.bergius@nemein.com Blog: http://bergie.iki.fi/ Microblog: bergie (Twitter & Qaiku) Photos by myself, Toni Eliasz, Tuomas Kuosmanen and Fredrik Koivusalo