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Sustainable Web Ecosystem Design

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本スライドは2013年2月22日にPlone Users Group Japanが開催した「Plone Educational Symposium in Tokyo 2013」でご講演いただいた資料となります。

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Sustainable Web Ecosystem Design

  1. 1. Title of the Presentation 教育を支援する持続可能なWEBエコシステムとはPlone Educational Symposium In Tokyo 2013 Subtitle oF the presentation
  2. 2. Sustainable Web Ecosystem Design 持続可能な生態系のWebデザイン Plone Education SymposiumOpen Source Conference 2013 • Greg O’Toole College of Information Sciences & Technology Penn State University • February 2013 • www.otoole.info
  3. 3. Sustainable Web Ecosystem Design “…a method of harvesting or using a resource so that the resource is not depleted or permanently damaged…”http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sustainable
  4. 4. Sustainable WebEcosystem Design The software and hardware that constitutes the WWW.
  5. 5. “…The study of certain processes that link the living components to the non-living components.” Sustainable Web Ecosystem Design “Ecology generally is defined as the interactions of organisms with one another and with the environment in which they occur. We can studyecology at the level of the individual, the population, the community, and the ecosystem.” http://www.globalchange.umich.edu/globalchange1/current/lectures/kling/ecosystem/ecosystem.html
  6. 6. No: graphic design. Yes: system design. Sustainable Web Ecosystem Design “…creation of a plan or convention for the construction of an object or a system…”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Design
  7. 7. THE ANATOMY OF SUSTAINABLE WEB ECOSYSTEM DESIGN Helps us to understand our way Toward A Unified Theory of Front End Web-Human Interface Engineering
  8. 8. Front End Web-Human Interface Engineering
  9. 9. What does it all mean!?
  10. 10. Concept
  11. 11. Programming
  12. 12. Writing
  13. 13. Research
  14. 14. Image
  15. 15. Education
  16. 16. Philosophy of Technology
  17. 17. Server
  18. 18. Functionality
  19. 19. Maintenance
  20. 20. Architecture
  21. 21. Project Management
  22. 22. See the current, dynamic SWED anatomy: 1. https://www.xmind.net/m/YjgT/ 2. Click image to enlarge. 3. Scroll around, open/close nodes. 4. gto1@psu.edu Questions?
  23. 23. Open sourceWeb content management systems are a subset of Sustainable WebEcosystem Design model.
  24. 24. Open Source Web Content Management (like Plone) as part of thesustainable Web ecosystem design model.
  25. 25. Quick ContextSustainable Web Ecosystem Design (methodology)
  26. 26. Quick ContextSustainable Web Ecosystem Design (methodology) Open Source (practice, philosophy)
  27. 27. Quick ContextSustainable Web Ecosystem Design (methodology) Open Source (practice, philosophy) Content Management Systems (great solution)
  28. 28. Quick ContextSustainable Web Ecosystem Design (methodology) Open Source (practice, philosophy) Content Management Systems (great solution) Plone (strong product)
  29. 29. photo.ist.psu.edu/SWED First SWED Book Coming Soon, 2013: “Sustainable Web Ecosystem Design” By Greg O’Toole Published by SpringerSpringerBriefs in Computer Science Series
  30. 30. Thank you. Questions? どうもありがとうございました***Keep in touch: gto1@psu.edu ***

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