Integrated knowledge and project managment in Open Atrium

Presenter:  Kristof Van Tomme
Track:  Development & Science
Experience Level:  Rookies, Intermediate, Advanced
Room:  Hörsaal 18
Start:  27.11.2009 - 16:00
Type:  Session
Language:  English

In this session I'll present the tools we are developing for Knowledge and Project management in Drupal and how we use them in our Open Atrium intranet. I will talk amongst others about:

* a RDFa WYSIWYG editor that allows users to mark up snippets in a text and so indicate the different contexts that the information can be useful in sort of in-text tagging. Paired to that we developed a layered display technology for semantically marked-up text fragments in full text. This let's users choose the type of information they would be interested in seeing (e.g. advance level, knowledge space, etc.).
* a bookmarklet feature for Drupal (javascript snippets that live in your bookmark toolbar) that makes it really simple to submit snippets of text that you encounter on the internet as solutions for a problem you are working on. Since it can be integrated in one's project managment system it can be as simple as click-review-submit. This could be especially interesting when a group of people is collaborating on a key account.
* Graphmind, a mindmap module for Drupal that allows you to upload mindmaps to your Drupal site and even use data from your site to build mindmaps.