WS XI: A Roadmap for the migration of the FInES Research Roadmap on the Web

Wednesday, 4th July 2012, 11:30 – 13:00
Animator: Michele Missikof, IASI-CNR

The FInES Research Roadmap (FRR) is a dense document of 50 pages that reports a significant amount of knowledge gathered, elaborated, organised by the FRR Task Force, established within the FInES Cluster. The scope of FInES is very ample and therefore its content is rich and articulated, spanning over different disciplines and research areas: from socio-economics to enterprise engineering, from the characterization of enterprises to enterprise systems and the related enabling technologies. Seen the rich articulation of the FRR content and the high dynamicity of the addressed fields, the validity of the FRR is challenged by two main problems: (i) completeness, since despite the efforts of the FRR Task Force and the wide consultations that took place, there may be topics that are not sufficiently represented; (ii) obsolescence, since the reality is evolving at a very fast pace and therefore there are continuous achievements and findings, especially in the area of technology and systems, so that in a short time the content of the FRR may result partial and outdated.
For the above reasons, the next phase of the FRR Task Force activity is devoted to the creation of a Web version of the document, available to the FInES community for open consultation and, overall, for easy amendment and integration (in the spirit of Wikipedia). We call this phase FRR MoW (Migration on the Web). A first version of the FRR MoW is already available on the FInES Portal, but we need to understand what are the actions to be undertaken to guarantee that the Web version will eventually become a shared, living resource that the FInES community will recognise, use, maintain, and evolve over time. This workshop intends to address this problem, drawing a first MoW roadmap aimed at achieving the above objective. To this end, during the workshop we will address a number of issues, articulated in three parts: Content, Governance, Technology.

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    • Which is the most appropriate platform for an interactive FRR in the web?

      There is a proliferation of platforms for building interactive Web sites, such as Joomla, Drupal, Wordpress, Google Sites, MediaWiki, to name a few. According to your experience, what would you suggest?

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        • Is the Wikipedia governance model appropriate to be adopted for the FRR?

          Wikipedia is a winning example of an open, online knowledge repository that is cooperatively managed and maintained. Do you think that its governance model can be adopted? (a brief introduction to the Wikipedia governance model will be given)

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          • Which are the necessary functionalities for the FRR in the web?

            Besides the content management (e.g., browse, insert, delete) do you think that other services, such as posting comments, voting, etc. are important to be included?

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              • Which should be the strategy for the FRR updates?

                While the access to the online FRR content will be fully open for consultation, do you think that we should have a controlled strategy for the updates?

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                • Is there a specific topic that is presented in the FRR 3.0 that should be excluded from the Web version?

                  A specific topic that is presented in the FRR 3.0 could be excluded from the Web version e.g., because it is irrelevant to FInES of not sufficiently advanced.

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                    • Should the 'paper' and the online FRR have the same structure?

                      The ‘paper’ FRR has been organised in 4 knowledge spaces: socio-economic, enterprise, enterprise systems, enabling technology. Is this content structuring valid also for the Web version?

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