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OOPS: Online Offline Publication System
Information sharing in difficult contexts
The context
•Problem: provide/distribute relevant, updated
information
•Context: limited connectivity in time and bandwidt...
Most popular technology supporting OFFLINE.
User requirements
• Easily managed by non technical staff.
• Online/Offline (with search, navigation, tags, links, etc.)
• ...
The idea: a web architecture
•Use existing Web Products
•Adopt emerging Web Standards
•Leverage new powerful software libr...
Online Offline Publication System (OOPS)
•System to produce websites
•Offline (with search, navigation, tags, links, etc.)
•...
Some OOPS features
•Provides portable, in-browser, and mobile
•Manages files annexes, links and advanced search
•Allows com...
Architecture
Made with Open Source
Uses HTML5 and Gears
Extensive platform support
DEMO
Analysis started in July 2009, in production since March 2010.
Future? a new breed of web applications
•Based on OOPS or similar products
•NEXT is:
•data collection (work in progress)
•...
The opportunity
•to make knowledge travel
•to make it easy to share, collect, distribute knowledge
WEB + OFFLINE = powerfu...
Questions?
Francesco Ciriaci
@fciriaci
francesco@reflab.com
+39 050 866 54 14
+39 333 4284 675
References
OOPS Overview - h...
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  1. 1. twitter: @fciriaci OOPS: Online Offline Publication System Information sharing in difficult contexts
  2. 2. The context •Problem: provide/distribute relevant, updated information •Context: limited connectivity in time and bandwidth, location, etc.
  3. 3. Most popular technology supporting OFFLINE.
  4. 4. User requirements • Easily managed by non technical staff. • Online/Offline (with search, navigation, tags, links, etc.) • Leverage and use existing Web Products • Cross platform • Optimized for different devices, including mobiles • Lightweight in data storage and in data replication • Open source and non-licensed software ONLY • Also run from an ‘USB key’ , no installation • Commenting and Feedback
  5. 5. The idea: a web architecture •Use existing Web Products •Adopt emerging Web Standards •Leverage new powerful software libraries
  6. 6. Online Offline Publication System (OOPS) •System to produce websites •Offline (with search, navigation, tags, links, etc.) •That update! •Everything through the browser
  7. 7. Some OOPS features •Provides portable, in-browser, and mobile •Manages files annexes, links and advanced search •Allows commenting and feedback •Optimized for low bandwidth
  8. 8. Architecture Made with Open Source Uses HTML5 and Gears Extensive platform support
  9. 9. DEMO
  10. 10. Analysis started in July 2009, in production since March 2010.
  11. 11. Future? a new breed of web applications •Based on OOPS or similar products •NEXT is: •data collection (work in progress) • communication • collaboration •...
  12. 12. The opportunity •to make knowledge travel •to make it easy to share, collect, distribute knowledge WEB + OFFLINE = powerful ICT4D tools “Many organizations share the need to make knowledge available where Internet connectivity is limited in availability, time and bandwidth.”
  13. 13. Questions? Francesco Ciriaci @fciriaci francesco@reflab.com +39 050 866 54 14 +39 333 4284 675 References OOPS Overview - http://www.reflab.com/solutions/online-offline-publication-system OOPS Repository - http://code.google.com/p/online-offline-ps OOPS Demo - http://alice.reflab.com HTML5 offline - http://www.html5rocks.com/tutorials/offline/whats-offline/ Logistics Operation Guide - http://log.logcluster.org/
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