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Your Content hides a treasure and you 
might have not found it yet
Let me start with a quote 
“Nowadays people know 
the price of everything 
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and 
the value of...
The problem 1 
The solution 2 
Semantic web 3 
The values 4 
The strategy 5 
Questions 6 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Co...
The problem 1 
The solution 2 
Semantic web 3 
The values 4 
The strategy 5 
Questions 6 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Co...
The problem 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
Welcome to the digital, information age... 
a never ending flood of content! 
Technology enables us to produce nearly unli...
What happens if we loose the 
ability to view/retrieve all this 
content? 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
So how do we handle this ? 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
We preserve ! 
“Preservation — The protection of cultural property 
through activities that minimize chemical and physical...
Preserving a website is not trivial 
What do you want to preserve? 
Content only? 
Content and Design? 
How often? Stock p...
What do you preserve? 
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How do you preserve? 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
The problem 1 
The solution 2 
Semantic web 3 
The values 4 
The strategy 5 
Questions 6 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Co...
The solution 
A project funded by the EU called ForgetIT 
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Concise Preservation by combining Managed 
Forgetting and Contextualized Remembering 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
The Project - Facts 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
EU research project 
Part of the Seventh framework 
programme 
Countrie...
The partners 
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The Project - Goals 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
ForgetIT aims to transfer the 
human Preservation and 
Forgetting conce...
The Project - our approach to the organizational part 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Transform the basis of content 
manag...
How does human memory work? 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
What have you stored in your mind? 
What is the dkd color code? 
Which color had the word „Holz“ written on the post it! ?...
What have you stored in your mind? 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
A conceptual model of the human memory 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
Role in the Preserve-or-Forget 
Active system Preserve-or-Forget Middleware Archival Information system 
TYPO3 Congres Ams...
The link to human memory 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
The link to human memory 
Digital preservation 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
The link to human memory 
Digital preservation 
Forgetting without context 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
The link to human memory 
Digital preservation 
Forgetting without context 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Preservation wit...
The link to human memory 
Digital preservation 
Forgetting without context Preservation with context 
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The problem 1 
The solution 2 
Semantic web 3 
The values 4 
The strategy 5 
Questions 6 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Co...
Semantic web 
A web of data 
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„The semantic Web is an extension of the 
current web in which information is given 
well-defined meaning, better enabling...
The current web 
dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
The semantic web 
dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
What people see in a website 
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What do machines see in a website 
dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
What machines could see in a website 
Brandenburg 
gate 
Berlin 
Destination 
Social Location 
Media 
dkd staff Meeting, 1...
Let‘s start simple 
Brandenburg gate 
Type 
Location 
Built 
: Landmark 
: Berlin 
: 1788-1791 
dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2...
Let‘s start simple 
Brandenburg gate 
Type 
Location 
Built 
: Landmark 
: Berlin 
: 1788-1791 
dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2...
Let‘s start simple 
Brandenburg gate 
Type 
Location 
Built 
: Landmark 
: Berlin 
: 1788-1791 
dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2...
Triples 
dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt 
Berlin is a capital
Triples 
Subject Predicate Object 
Berlin is a capital 
dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt
How do we implement triples? 
URI URI URI 
dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt
Ontologies 
dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt 
define hierarchies 
help us describe relations 
provide the general ...
Hierarchy in an ontology 
dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt 
Europe 
Germany 
Berlin 
Bradenburg gate
Author: Anja Jentzsch, source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:LOD_Cloud_Diagram_as_of_September_2011.png 
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Chronic-ling 
America 
World 
Fact-book 
YAGO 
Geo 
Names 
WordNet 
(VUA) 
URI 
Burner 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
UniP...
Scotland 
Pupils & 
Exams 
Ocean 
Drilling 
Codices 
GovTrack 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
RESEX 
IBM 
User-generated co...
Custom ontologies 
Industry specific 
dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt 
ontology 
Geographic locations 
ontology 
...
Semantic search 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
create specific and precise queries 
have the meaning of the intended 
info...
Concept detection 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
If we can enable computers to see the 
content of an image, they would be...
Content extraction 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Once a computer is able to 
understand content of text, it can 
reduce r...
Content value 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Custom ontologies allow a company to 
attach asses a semantic object’s value ...
The problem 1 
The solution 2 
Semantic web 3 
The values 4 
The strategy 5 
Questions 6 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Co...
The Values 
Preservation value and memory buoyancy 
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dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
Active system 
dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt 
Content repository 
Archive
Content value 
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Memory buoyancy 
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Preservation value 
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Further assumptions on Content Value 
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Relevance does influence the value in 
the ontology ov...
The problem 1 
The solution 2 
Semantic web 3 
The values 4 
The strategy 5 
Questions 6 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Ro...
Strategy 
Four strategies that can be combined 
to gain access to content value 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
How to define your own content value (1) 
Start with some inventory on the content 
What kind of content do you create? Ne...
How to define your own content value (2) 
Look at the people creating the content 
Create a social graph of the people and...
How to define your own content value (3) 
Look at the analytics of the content 
Where lies your hot / cold content based o...
How to define your own content value (4) 
Look inside the content you create 
What are the top 100 words in your content (...
The problem 1 
The solution 2 
Semantic web 3 
The values 4 
The strategy 5 
Questions 6 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Co...
The problem 1 
The solution 2 
Semantic web 3 
The values 4 
The strategy 5 
Questions 6 
TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 
Co...
Contact 
Olivier Dobberkau <olivier.dobberkau@dkd.de> 
ForgetIT Project Website: www.forgetit-project.eu 
Twitter: @Forget...
Thank you for your attention! 
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What is the value of the content on your website? Which one is creating value for your business? Who created it and how does the network of your editors perform?

In this presentation we want to introduce you to the ideas of our work that is done in the ForgetIt Project. We will also give an insight into how we think CMIS will be implemented in TYPO3 CMS so that content can be exchanged thru a content repository.

Last but not least we will give you a brief view into our semantic and concept detection services that we will introduce to TYPO3 CMS.

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Your Content hides a treasure (and you might have not found it) - ForgetIT Project

  1. 1. Your Content hides a treasure and you might have not found it yet
  2. 2. Let me start with a quote “Nowadays people know the price of everything TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 and the value of nothing.” ! ― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray
  3. 3. The problem 1 The solution 2 Semantic web 3 The values 4 The strategy 5 Questions 6 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Contact 7
  4. 4. The problem 1 The solution 2 Semantic web 3 The values 4 The strategy 5 Questions 6 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Contact 7
  5. 5. The problem TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  6. 6. Welcome to the digital, information age... a never ending flood of content! Technology enables us to produce nearly unlimited content We are still „hunters and gatherers“ Storage space feels to be „infinite“, but resources are limited Evolution of technology = new standards and formats TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  7. 7. What happens if we loose the ability to view/retrieve all this content? TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  8. 8. So how do we handle this ? TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  9. 9. We preserve ! “Preservation — The protection of cultural property through activities that minimize chemical and physical deterioration and damage and that prevent loss of informational content. The primary goal of preservation is to prolong the existence of cultural property.” dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt Preservation 101
  10. 10. Preserving a website is not trivial What do you want to preserve? Content only? Content and Design? How often? Stock prices vs. Company History page How do you deal with browser differences? How do you preserve functionality? E.g. insurance fee calculator dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
  11. 11. What do you preserve? TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  12. 12. How do you preserve? TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  13. 13. The problem 1 The solution 2 Semantic web 3 The values 4 The strategy 5 Questions 6 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Contact 7
  14. 14. The solution A project funded by the EU called ForgetIT TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  15. 15. Concise Preservation by combining Managed Forgetting and Contextualized Remembering TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  16. 16. The Project - Facts TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 EU research project Part of the Seventh framework programme Countries involved : Germany, Sweden, Israel, Turkey, Greece, United Kingdom, Italy Project duration: 2013/2016
  17. 17. The partners TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  18. 18. The Project - Goals TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 ForgetIT aims to transfer the human Preservation and Forgetting concepts to computer systems Meaningful Preservation and Forgetting Consider differences between individuals and organizations and demonstrate via use cases
  19. 19. The Project - our approach to the organizational part TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Transform the basis of content management to become semantic, using a linked data approach Subsequently measure key value indicators to determine the value of content, it’s relevance and benefits Enable humans and systems to actively preserve or forget
  20. 20. How does human memory work? TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  21. 21. TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  22. 22. What have you stored in your mind? What is the dkd color code? Which color had the word „Holz“ written on the post it! ? How many wooden stickt sat in the vase? Were there 2,3 or 4 green Copic-Markers? Was the lap top on the lounge table open or closed? TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  23. 23. What have you stored in your mind? TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  24. 24. A conceptual model of the human memory TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  25. 25. Role in the Preserve-or-Forget Active system Preserve-or-Forget Middleware Archival Information system TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  26. 26. The link to human memory TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  27. 27. The link to human memory Digital preservation TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  28. 28. The link to human memory Digital preservation Forgetting without context TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  29. 29. The link to human memory Digital preservation Forgetting without context TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Preservation with learning
  30. 30. The link to human memory Digital preservation Forgetting without context Preservation with context TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Preservation with learning
  31. 31. The problem 1 The solution 2 Semantic web 3 The values 4 The strategy 5 Questions 6 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Contact 7
  32. 32. Semantic web A web of data TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  33. 33. „The semantic Web is an extension of the current web in which information is given well-defined meaning, better enabling computers and people to work in cooperation“ Tim Berners-Lee dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
  34. 34. The current web dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
  35. 35. The semantic web dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
  36. 36. What people see in a website dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
  37. 37. What do machines see in a website dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
  38. 38. What machines could see in a website Brandenburg gate Berlin Destination Social Location Media dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt Subscription
  39. 39. Let‘s start simple Brandenburg gate Type Location Built : Landmark : Berlin : 1788-1791 dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt
  40. 40. Let‘s start simple Brandenburg gate Type Location Built : Landmark : Berlin : 1788-1791 dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt Type Location Area : Capital : Germany : 891.85 km2 Berlin
  41. 41. Let‘s start simple Brandenburg gate Type Location Built : Landmark : Berlin : 1788-1791 dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt Type Location Area : Capital : Germany : 891.85 km2 Berlin
  42. 42. Triples dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt Berlin is a capital
  43. 43. Triples Subject Predicate Object Berlin is a capital dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt
  44. 44. How do we implement triples? URI URI URI dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt
  45. 45. Ontologies dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt define hierarchies help us describe relations provide the general structure ensure interdisciplinary understanding
  46. 46. Hierarchy in an ontology dkd staff Meeting, 18.09.2014, Frankfurt Europe Germany Berlin Bradenburg gate
  47. 47. Author: Anja Jentzsch, source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:LOD_Cloud_Diagram_as_of_September_2011.png TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 s DBpedia
  48. 48. Chronic-ling America World Fact-book YAGO Geo Names WordNet (VUA) URI Burner TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 UniProt UMBEL Uberblic totl.net Tele-graphis TCM Gene DIT Sudoc semantic web.org SW Dog Food BibBase UN/ LOCODE OS ERA riese Revyu RDF Book Mashup Open Cyc Open Calais New York Times Linked MDB Greek DBpedia LinkedCT lingvoj Lexvo DBLP (L3S) Family iServe IdRef Sudoc Geo Species SIDER Project Guten-berg Drug Bank Disea-some DBLP (FU Berlin) Daily Med Freebase wrappr Fishes of Texas Event Media Enipedia DDC data dcs (DB Tune) Portu-guese DBpedia dbpedia lite DBpedia data-open-ac- uk Pokedex data bnf.fr Cornetto BNB Taxono my UniProt (Bio2RDF) PRO-SITE Pfam PDB HGNC BBC Wildlife Finder BBC Music
  49. 49. Scotland Pupils & Exams Ocean Drilling Codices GovTrack TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 RESEX IBM User-generated content As of September 2011 Audio Scrobbler (DBTune) Music Brainz (zitgist) P20 Turismo de Zaragoza yovisto Yahoo! Geo Planet World Fact-book Moseley Folk YAGO El Viajero Tourism BBC Program mes BBC Geo Names WordNet (VUA) WordNet (W3C) VIVO UF Calames VIVO Indiana VIVO Cornell VIAF URI Burner Sussex Reading Lists Plymouth Reading Lists Source Code Ecosystem Linked Data UniProt PubMed UniRef UMBEL UK Post-codes legislation data.gov.uk Uberblic UB Mann-heim TWC LOGD Twarql transport data.gov. uk Traffic Scotland theses. fr Thesau-rus W totl.net Tele-graphis Semantic Tweet TCM Gene DIT Taxon Concept Open Library (Talis) tags2con delicious t4gm info Swedish Open Cultural Heritage Surge Radio Sudoc STW RAMEAU SH statistics data.gov. uk St. Andrews Resource Lists ECS South-ampton EPrints SSW Thesaur us Linked User Feedback gnoss Greek DBpedia Smart Link Slideshare 2RDF semantic web.org Semantic XBRL SW Dog Food US SEC (rdfabout) Sears Scotland Geo-graphy Scholaro-meter WordNet (RKB Explorer) Wiki UN/ LOCODE Ulm ECS (RKB Explorer) Roma RISKS RAE2001 Pisa OS OAI NSF New-castle LAAS KISTI JISC IRIT IEEE Eurécom ERA ePrints dotAC DEPLOY DBLP (RKB Explorer) Crime Reports UK Course-ware CORDIS (RKB Explorer) CiteSeer Budapest ACM riese Revyu research data.gov. Ren. uk Energy Genera-tors reference data.gov. uk Recht-spraak. nl RDF ohloh Last.FM (rdfize) RDF Book Mashup Rådata nå! PSH Product Types Ontology Product DB PBAC Poké-pédia patents data.go v.uk Ox Points Ord-nance Survey Openly Local Open Library Open Cyc Open Corpo-rates Open Calais OpenEI Open Election Data Project Open Data Thesau-rus Ontos News Portal OGOLOD Janus AMP New York Times NVD ntnusc NTU Resource Lists Norwe-gian MeSH NDL subjects ndlna my Experi-ment Italian Museums medu-cator MARC Codes List Man-chester Reading Lists Lotico Weather Stations London Gazette LOIUS Linked Open Colors lobid Resources lobid Organi-sations LEM Linked MDB LinkedL CCN Linked GeoData LinkedCT LOV Linked Open Numbers LODE Eurostat (Ontology Central) Linked EDGAR (Ontology Central) Linked Crunch-base lingvoj Lichfield Spen-ding LIBRIS Lexvo LCSH DBLP (L3S) Linked Sensor Data (Kno.e.sis) Klapp-stuhl-club Good-win Family National Radio-activity JP Jamendo (DBtune) Italian public schools ISTAT Immi-gration iServe IdRef Sudoc NSZL Catalog Hellenic PD Hellenic FBD Piedmont Accomo-dations GovWILD Google Art wrapper GESIS GeoWord Net Geo Species Geo Linked Data GEMET GTAA STITCH SIDER Project Guten-berg Medi Care Euro-stat (FUB) EURES Drug Bank Disea-some DBLP (FU Berlin) Daily Med CORDIS (FUB) Freebase flickr wrappr Fishes of Texas Finnish Munici-palities ChEMBL FanHubz Event Media EUTC Produc-tions Eurostat Europeana EUNIS EU Insti-tutions ESD stan-dards EARTh Enipedia Popula-tion (En- AKTing) NHS (En- AKTing) Mortality (En- AKTing) Energy (En- AKTing) Crime (En- AKTing) CO2 Emission (En- AKTing) EEA SISVU educatio n.data.g ov.uk ECS South-ampton ECCO-TCP GND Didactal ia DDC Deutsche Bio-graphie data dcs Music Brainz (DBTune) Magna-tune John Peel (DBTune) Classical (DB Tune) Last.FM artists (DBTune) DB Tropes Portu-guese DBpedia dbpedia lite DBpedia data-open-ac- uk SMC Journals Pokedex Airports NASA (Data Incu-bator) Music Brainz (Data Incubator) Metoffice Weather Forecasts Discogs (Data Incubator) Climbing data.gov.uk intervals Data Gov.ie data bnf.fr Cornetto reegle Chronic-ling America Chem2 Bio2RDF business data.gov. uk Bricklink Brazilian Poli-ticians BNB UniSTS UniPath way UniParc Taxono my UniProt (Bio2RDF) SGD Reactome Pub Chem PRO-SITE ProDom Pfam PDB OMIM MGI KEGG Reaction KEGG Pathway KEGG Glycan KEGG Enzyme KEGG Drug KEGG Com-pound InterPro Homolo Gene HGNC Gene Ontology GeneID Affy-metrix bible ontology BibBase FTS BBC Wildlife Finder Music Alpine Ski Austria LOCAH Amster-dam Museum AGROV OC AEMET US Census (rdfabout) Media Geographic Publications Government Cross-domain Life sciences Author: Anja Jentzsch, source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:LOD_Cloud_Diagram_as_of_September_2011.png
  50. 50. Custom ontologies Industry specific dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt ontology Geographic locations ontology Your very own company ontology
  51. 51. Semantic search TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 create specific and precise queries have the meaning of the intended information receive cumulative results from different sources image search through concept detection
  52. 52. Concept detection TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 If we can enable computers to see the content of an image, they would be able to detect concepts and give us accurate image results Derive context and meaning
  53. 53. Content extraction TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Once a computer is able to understand content of text, it can reduce redundant text (unnecessary words, reiterations) Integration and reuse of information
  54. 54. Content value TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Custom ontologies allow a company to attach asses a semantic object’s value Redefines itself over time Think of a 2d map to locate important terms/products/events from a company’s perspective
  55. 55. The problem 1 The solution 2 Semantic web 3 The values 4 The strategy 5 Questions 6 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Contact 7
  56. 56. The Values Preservation value and memory buoyancy TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  57. 57. dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
  58. 58. dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt
  59. 59. Active system dkd staff Meeting, 13.08.2014, Frankfurt Content repository Archive
  60. 60. Content value TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  61. 61. Memory buoyancy TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  62. 62. Preservation value TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  63. 63. Further assumptions on Content Value TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Relevance does influence the value in the ontology over time Changes in a companies strategy or portfolio will force a reassessment of Content and Content Value Who created the content could be important to calculate the Content Value
  64. 64. The problem 1 The solution 2 Semantic web 3 The values 4 The strategy 5 Questions 6 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Roadmap 7
  65. 65. Strategy Four strategies that can be combined to gain access to content value TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  66. 66. How to define your own content value (1) Start with some inventory on the content What kind of content do you create? News? Pages? PDF? How long does it stay in its actual state? (Content Lifecycle) When does it expire? What happens with archived content? How much content do you create? … TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  67. 67. How to define your own content value (2) Look at the people creating the content Create a social graph of the people and the content they create Identify the main nodes in the graph Calculate the network size of those nodes Identify those that have the most impact based on borders crossed … TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  68. 68. How to define your own content value (3) Look at the analytics of the content Where lies your hot / cold content based of external usage Which content gives you the most reactions such as shares, mentions, comments? Bear in mind that popularity might be an indicator, but sometimes might mislead you. … TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  69. 69. How to define your own content value (4) Look inside the content you create What are the top 100 words in your content (w/o stop words) Which entities belong to you? Which to you industry? How is the density of you entities built up? Cluster documents based of the taxonomies they use? Identify orphaned content … TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  70. 70. The problem 1 The solution 2 Semantic web 3 The values 4 The strategy 5 Questions 6 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Contact 7
  71. 71. The problem 1 The solution 2 Semantic web 3 The values 4 The strategy 5 Questions 6 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014 Contact 7
  72. 72. Contact Olivier Dobberkau <olivier.dobberkau@dkd.de> ForgetIT Project Website: www.forgetit-project.eu Twitter: @ForgetITProject Code will be published on Github in 2015 TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  73. 73. Thank you for your attention! TYPO3 Congres Amsterdam 2014
  74. 74. Thank you for your attention!

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