Automated archiving through Social Value aging .....

Content accuracy
Do you know the problem ?
There are a lot of information in your wikis, blogs, document management systems etc. .. and the majority of the content is stale, obsolete and out of date.
In a recent user survey we conduced on our most valued internal technical site called Onestop, our users clear expressing that the top priority, by far, is accurate, complete, and up to date content.

Aging - Helps
What if we would use the Information Equity (IQ) - this is the Community Equity value which is automatically calculated per Information based on Community members activities like create,edit,tag,view,rate, comment etc. - and just add an algorithm which lets the Equity value age of time ...

Hmm - that would allow us to easily build an automated Community Equity based archiving model ....

More details on this idea will be disclosed soon (we just need to finish some legal work on this idea)

Stay tuned... 

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There are some interesting relationships between your CQ and how that relates to a collective equity model - a high individual CQ alone can have an adverse impact on the collective CQ for example unless the population does not have correspondingly high CQ participants engaging certain behaviours tend to prevail i.e. shepherd/sheep being one.

Posted by cartier on April 17, 2010 at 01:20 AM CEST #

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