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The Perforce EcosystemJeffrey BatesDirector, Cloud & EcosystemJames CreasyProduct Tech Research Manager
Where Did We Come From?
FROM MAILING LISTS TO FORUMS  Mailing List     •  Up for a decade     •  “Hands off” by employees     •  Mostly used by ad...
Where Are We Going?
USING SOCIAL MEDIA LESSONS •  Integrating Social Media & Other Data Streams •  Recognition of Top Users: Who’s Here? •  Ex...
APP JUNCTION •  Building on Existing Tools      •  Public Depot      •  Download Site      •  Other Sources •  Centralized...
DOC BRANCH •  Multi-Faceted Informational Resource      •  Knowledge Base      •  Wikis      •  Blogs      •  Social Media...
WHY BUILD THIS? •  Field of Dreams is Wrong •  Version Everything Means Bringing Together:      •  Admins      •  Develope...
Creating a Culture of Contribution
WIDEN THE NET
GATHER COMMUNITY, 753 B.C.       Roman Forum Pic
GATHER COMMUNITY, 19th CENTURY           Meeting house pic
GATHER COMMUNITY, 2011          Jeff’s Forum pic
POTENTIAL CHAOS OF IDEAS
FUNNEL UP
CREATING A CULTURE OF CONTRIBUTION        Widen the Net        Gather Community        Funnel Up
Tomorrow’s talk on JavaScript API              with Fred Malouf and James Creasy
Thank You!
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Perforce Development Ecosystem and Community Portal

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What is Perforce doing to pave the road to innovation? Come hear about Perforce's internal ecosystem: how we have nurtured innovation, empowered employees, and powered creativity using Perforce technologies, platform extensions, and open source principles. Get a look at a few case studies of Perforce innovation from seed to blossom, including the Perforce JavaScript API, a Stream Graph applet (on demo at the conference), and the Eco server itself.

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Perforce Development Ecosystem and Community Portal

  1. 1. The Perforce EcosystemJeffrey BatesDirector, Cloud & EcosystemJames CreasyProduct Tech Research Manager
  2. 2. Where Did We Come From?
  3. 3. FROM MAILING LISTS TO FORUMS Mailing List •  Up for a decade •  “Hands off” by employees •  Mostly used by admins Forums •  Increased participation •  Internal experts can be “hands on” •  Searchable •  Persistent Data Storage
  4. 4. Where Are We Going?
  5. 5. USING SOCIAL MEDIA LESSONS •  Integrating Social Media & Other Data Streams •  Recognition of Top Users: Who’s Here? •  Expansion of Forums to Nurture Community •  Elements of the Ecosystem
  6. 6. APP JUNCTION •  Building on Existing Tools •  Public Depot •  Download Site •  Other Sources •  Centralized Location For Perforce Tools •  Community Built Tools (Internal & External) •  Community Supported •  Connecting Developers and Users
  7. 7. DOC BRANCH •  Multi-Faceted Informational Resource •  Knowledge Base •  Wikis •  Blogs •  Social Media •  User Contributed Material •  Launching With Internal-sourced Materials •  Brings Together Silos of Material •  Want/Need Feedback On What Is Useful •  Perforcepedia – leads to User Contributed Material
  8. 8. WHY BUILD THIS? •  Field of Dreams is Wrong •  Version Everything Means Bringing Together: •  Admins •  Developers •  Non Technical Users •  The Virtual Community •  Best Practices – “How Do YOU Get Stuff Done” •  Social Media/Coding/Practices •  “Open” Methodologies •  Part of A Culture of Contribution
  9. 9. Creating a Culture of Contribution
  10. 10. WIDEN THE NET
  11. 11. GATHER COMMUNITY, 753 B.C. Roman Forum Pic
  12. 12. GATHER COMMUNITY, 19th CENTURY Meeting house pic
  13. 13. GATHER COMMUNITY, 2011 Jeff’s Forum pic
  14. 14. POTENTIAL CHAOS OF IDEAS
  15. 15. FUNNEL UP
  16. 16. CREATING A CULTURE OF CONTRIBUTION Widen the Net Gather Community Funnel Up
  17. 17. Tomorrow’s talk on JavaScript API with Fred Malouf and James Creasy
  18. 18. Thank You!

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