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Gregor Hagedorn (JKI, Plazi, & Museum für Naturkunde) 2013-05-22 Berlin Biowikifarm pro-iBiosphere is funded under the European Union's 7th Framework Programme.

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1 Gregor Hagedorn (JKI, Plazi, & Museum für Naturkunde) Berlin Biowikifarm pro-iBiosphere is funded under the European Union's 7th Framework Programme (FP7/ ) under grant agreement №

2 Biowikifarm Bio + Wiki + Farm = MediaWiki content management software (as in Wikipedias, Wikisource, etc.): Longest term sustainability.

3 Biowikifarm Bio + Wiki + Farm = MediaWiki content management software (as in Wikipedias, Wikisource, etc.). „Longest term“ sustainability. = Many installations under shared management. Efficiency Gain. (ViBRANT Scratchpads = pre-configured Drupal Farm)

4 = equivalent of “Scratchpads” for Wikis

5 Distributed Responsibilities FP7 project Responsible for new developments on biowikifarm. Hosting + Long term technical service sustainability Long term museum-IT resources available Long term legal and management responsibility

6 biowikifarm Users In total about:  22 active community wikis  2 shared media repositories  3 meta- and shared test-wikis,  8 dormant (containing valuable content)  9 wikis with dubious future

7 biowikifarm Examples: Species ID

8 biowikifarm Examples: OpenMedia

9 biowikifarm Examples: Open Nature Guides

10 biowikifarm Examples: GBIF/TDWG Terms

11 biowikifarm Examples: ISPI Pest Information

12 biowikifarm Examples: Filtered Push

13 biowikifarm Examples: Key to Nature

14 biowikifarm Examples: Lichen Glossary

15 biowikifarm Examples: Flora Malesiana

16 biowikifarm Examples:

17 biowikifarm Examples: pro-iBiosphere

18 New biowikifarm participants are welcome!  Participate in shared long-term maintenance  In-kind contributions welcome (no other cost)

19 New biowikifarm participants are welcome!  Participate in shared long-term maintenance  In-kind contributions welcome (no other cost) Where appropriate?  Having more contributors than programmers  When a community is interested in shaping the features of the platform themselves  Middle path between structured and unstructured  Simple Word-like text plus XML-like markup possible  Automatic Android identification available

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21 Cost of selling data

22 (some thoughts)

23 Cost of selling data  Strictly:  Data are not copyrighted and must be kept secret  If they are directly viewable, people can legally copy and re-use them.  Encrypted data → No feedback.  Lack of reach, being cited and acknowledged.  Option: ask everyone to sign an agreement  Option: mix creative content with data while making it expensive to separate the parts

24 Cost of selling data  Relaxed:  Licensing cost. Marginal publishing cost: 0 EUR. Marginal individual licensing/sales cost: ~ 200 EUR.  Others have high incentives to re-do your work in a way that you cannot reciprocate from.  Trust problems in collaboration, negotiation overhead with partners  Especially large collaborations are difficult (distributing income justly!)


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