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Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
Midgard and the Interactive Knowledge System
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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

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