WE / OERF
- WE/OERF - primarily academic institutions and nonprofits (globally), but also relationships with corporates.
- membership model (levels)
- wiki for OER content development - WikiEducator
- what's Atlassian business model, particularly on academic / nonprofit installs (i.e., low-cost, free)?
- wiki - for internal entreprise / project planning / info-sharing - Atlassian?
- install vs. hosted versions
- I see hosted only available to commercial
- hosted good 1st strategy - to pilot internally with minimal IT support, using a hosted version
- Overall - what's the level of support required for IT/maintenance
- Exports - can all content be migrated from the hosted version into the 'installed' version?
- security - behind firewall (can be password protected}?
- where is data located?
- country installations? re: government requirements, security
- Could there be a strategic relationship between WE/OERF?
- a member of OER Foundation?
- what would an WE/OERF - Atlassian relationship look like?
- for Atlassian
- for WE/OERF
- what value could be available to WE/OERF members
- RF: Confluence, and possibly SharePoint connector (but could be others)
- also, financial/career opportunity for more technical members of our global network, to support customers in install, deployment and maintenance of Atlassian products (i.e., Confluence)
- Atlassian website - http://www.atlassian.com
- Confluence Entrepise Wiki - http://confluence.atlassian.com/dashboard.action
I have spoken with Patrick Masson, CIO @ State University of New York @ Delhi campus (https://confluence.delhi.edu/display/~massonpj/Homepage) has very positive things to say about the use of Confluence as an entreprise wiki "Confluence ". https://confluence.delhi.edu/dashboard.action
Patrick and Ken Udas (formerly Director of the SUNY System and Executive Director Penn State U. World Campus) presented a paper at the Atlassian annual User Group conference recently) on their successful experiences.
- Atlassian Clients
- Note: Industry Canada