This event has been rescheduled for June 9th and the scope has been widened
to include all methods of knowledge management (KM). We are soliciting
volunteers for presentations. Our preliminary agenda includes (but is not
- How a wiki can be more accountable than any other KM system
- How to organize data using templates and onboard new users
- What features and qualities make for the "perfect" KM system?
- How to complete the culture shift to using a wiki (getting the last
10% to use it)
Note that the event registration page has moved due to the broadened
If you are interested in attending, please register so we can communicate
directly with you. If you are interested in presenting, please send your
topics soon so we can coordinate. A couple of you already have submitted
ideas and I will be in touch soon.
If you have any questions, feel free to email us at
On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 2:27 PM, Enterprise Mediawiki <
On Monday April 20th, Houston-based MediaWiki users
and developers will
meet to share lessons-learned, open-source extensions, and collaborate on
developing new extensions beneficial to any organization using MediaWiki.
This event is being hosted by NASA’s Johnson Space Center and the
Technology Collaboration Center of Houston.
The preliminary agenda includes:
Overview of key MediaWiki extensions used at NASA
Watch Analytics extension
What features and qualities make for the "perfect" knowledge
Comparison: A single wiki vs. a wiki farm. Which works better for
a large organization?
What is the best way to share data between wikis?
Wiki Conversations: Turning e-mail conversations into useful
Idea for development: Citations of references
How to complete the culture change to using a wiki (i.e., getting
the last 10% to use it)?
Please visit the event information page to register for attendance and
presentations. We are looking for people volunteering to present topics at
this meetup. Email us with any questions at enterprisemediawiki(a)gmail.com