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a Bizcamp 2009 presentation by Kristof Van Tomme

a Bizcamp 2009 presentation by Kristof Van Tomme

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  • 1. The best and worst of (corporate) knowledge management A panel talk bizcamp - October 2009
  • 2. Introduction Kristof Van Tomme Co-founder PRONOVIX.com Drupal, Knowledge Management
  • 3. Drupal http://drupal.com/
  • 4. Open Atrium http://openatrium.com/
  • 5. The features we are building
    • Implemented:
    • Graphmind – mindmapping with data from the PM system
    • Under development:
    • Knowledge trail – e.g. del.icio.us, but with text snippets and integrated in the PM system
    • Semantic layers wiki – e.g. documentation that can be adapted to different publics
    • Planned:
    • Scientific reference management feature
  • 6. Your story
  • 7. Your story
    • 1. Who initiated the project?
    • 2. Was technology important?
    • 3. Failure or Success?
    • 4. What would you do different?
  • 8. Plan B
  • 9. Drupal Graphmind
  • 10.
    • A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks, or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea .
    • Mind maps are used to generate , visualize , structure , and classify ideas , and as an aid in study, organization, problem solving, decision making, and writing.
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_map
  • 11. Graphmind = mindmapping
  • 12. = Freemind but also data from your PM system
    • Load Drupal data (nodes, users, files)
    • Use views to Load data (custom arguments)
    • Add external Drupal sites (to make accessible data from all the sites)
  • 13. Knowledge trail
  • 14. Knowledge trail
  • 15. Select text – click bookmarklet
  • 16. Pre-filled form
  • 17. Semantic layers wiki
  • 18. In-line tagging with RDFa
  • 19. CSS to follow meaning
  • 20. Semantic layers wiki
    • Manuals adapted to users
    • Data extraction
    • Tagging
    • Highlighting
  • 21. Text snippet library
  • 22. Asynchronous searching
  • 23. Choose text fragment
  • 24. Add text fragment
  • 25.  
  • 26. Collaborative reference management
  • 27. CCK based biblio
  • 28. Questions
  • 29.
    • Kristof Van Tomme
    • kristof#at#pronovix.com
    • +32 477 699 884
    • www.pronovix.com