[Evangelism] EU-Funded IKS Project needs CMS developers
Ryan at InitMarketing.com
Thu May 7 01:50:33 UTC 2009
EU-funded IKS Project Invites Open Source CMS to Workshop on Semantic
The European "IKS" Project ("Interactive Knowledge Stack") is inviting Free
and Open Source Software (FOSS) community members to a workshop on May 28-29
in Salzburg, Austria. At this workshop IKS would like to achieve some
consensus on "semantic requirements" for open source content management
There are already over 30 confirmed participants who will during the
workshop gather requirements as the first development step towards an open
source technology stack for semantic-enabled open-source CMS.
If you think you should be at the IKS workshop, find more information and a
contact at http://www.iks-project.eu/requirements-workshop-28-29-may-2009.
About IKS Project
Interactive Knowledge Stack (IKS) is an Open Source project to speed the
implementation and broaden the reach of the semantic web across Europe and
beyond. Funded in part by a €6.58m grant from the European Union, the
project targets the thousands of SME companies across Europe who provide
content and knowledge management technology. Its aim is to develop an open
flexible technology framework that allows these companies to enable their
products to deliver semantic-web-enabled, intelligent content. Downstream,
this will provide a greater choice of cost effective solutions for
organisations looking to implement semantic-web-enabled sites and
applications, and bring significant benefits to millions of content
IKS is developed by a core consortium of seven research partners and six
industrial partners involving six open source CMS providers and actively
encourages corporate and individual participation in the project.
For more information visit the website at: www.iks-project.eu
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