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Thewiki4opentech
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Thewiki4opentech
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  • 1. CESLA  CESLA is a business association in Aragon.  Created on Thursday, March 6, 2008  Goals:  Promote research and development of open content platforms and technologies based on free software.  Collaboration between companies.  Improving business competitiveness.  Intermediary between business and public administration.  Exchange of experiences in the field of free software and open content  Promote companies developing free software and open content.  Disseminate its use in society.
  • 2. CESLA  Promoted by :
  • 3. INTRODUCCION  English documentation web site.  Open for all users.  CESLA (Cluster de Entidades Pro Software Libre de Aragón) is responsible for platform management.  First project launched from CESLA  Decision making : CESLA
  • 4. GOALS  Group technological / technique value documentation.  Associations and companies.  Community users.  Reference on the Internet and documentary repository of Open Source projects.  Establish a colaborativenetwork.  Contents.  Funding / Investment.  Create commutity.
  • 5. BASIC RULES  License : Creative Commons Public License (“CCPL”)  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode  Users modifies freely.  Exception : Semi-protected articles ( Articles manage by team groups )  Contents supervision. ( Rules for writing ).
  • 6. USERS  2 types of users :  Anonymous.  Registered Users.  Registered Users Benefits :  “Score” for colaboration.  Authorship of articles in the article header.  Notification of changes and tracking offline content.  OpenID Login Support.  User can log in using its OpenID account.  Support OpenID 2.0
  • 7. PROJECTS PORTAL Based on tags. Organize your project documentation in sections
  • 8. OTHER PORTALS  Unified Communications. Everything related to unified communications ( videoconference, mail ,presence,… ).  HowTo. Technical tutorials. Configuration and scripts/little applications development.  Everything about Mobile technologies. USSD, Advanced settings, new technologies (android,…), …  OpenSource. Open Source community events, news, …  OSAmI. Articles refered to OSAmI-Commons project.
  • 9. OSAMI-COMMONS PROJECT (OSAMI PORTAL)  Collaboration with OSAmI – COMMONS project  http://thewiki4opentech.org/index.php/OSAmI-Commons  http://www.osami-commons.org/  European project.  The world is currently moving to a one-to-many social relationship between humans and computers.  Connect and exchange information and services.  The approach proposed  will establish an ecosystem built on an European understanding of the relationship between the citizens and the service infrastructures based on open-source and customer-friendly ambient services.
  • 10. DISTRIBUTED CONTENTS  Content network.  A set of wikis share contents.  Data sinchronization.  Transparent access to the user.
  • 11. CONTENTS SEARCH  Searches on sites related to open content.
  • 12. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION.

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