The videos of our June 9th event are now available online. Visit our wiki
main page for links to the videos and presentation materials.
The agenda page also has a summary of our discussion about what
characteristics and features would make up the "perfect" KM system. I don't
think this is an exhaustive list, but it shows the most popular responses
from the day.
If you would like to partner with NASA in order to collaborate on any of
these ideas for development of an open-source MediaWiki extension, please
contact us. As discussed in the break-out session, we have many different
options available for collaborative partnerships.
We are also looking for ideas on what kind of event to host next. If you
have any ideas, please let us know. For example, we could shift the scope
from a large conference with presentations to smaller sessions where we
experiment with one or two ideas on how to improve MediaWiki. This could be
more of a working/hacking session.
One more thing - our participants engaged in a little demonstration of the
flexible power of a Semantic MediaWiki. Several people created their user
page using Semantic Forms, which set several semantic properties used to
automatically populate the People Data page.