By mbriggs on Jan 07, 2008
- Contribution Equity, measured from contributing and rating content.
- Robust, integrated document repository
- Tagging Services
- Expanded XML feeds (ATOM, RSS)
The Confluence platform (an enterprise wiki) is exciting in it's own
right and will provide us functionality to move OneStop into the world
of Web 2.0. The integrated features I am most excited about are
WYSIWYG, access control, and a commenting service. This will enable a
OneStop page to be easily updated (via WYSIWYG) by either anyone, or
people specified on an access control list. Our model of primary page
ownership (or perhaps moderation) will continue.
The conundrum is the mapping of OneStop pages into Confluence. Confluence supports the notion of spaces. Each space has a home page and child pages.
Should each OneStop page be a space, or should OneStop pages all exist in a OneStop space? Unfortunately Confluence doesn't support the notion of space hierarchy, so for example, we can't set up a hierarchy on the order of OneStop -> HPC -> ClusterTools.
We also intend to move CEpedia on to this new platform. Should there be one CEpedia space, or several?
Currently the 5 most accessed OneStop pages are