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by: Sean.mcclowry
01  Feb  2009

Want to help make omCollab better?

We’ve been working omCollab, the technology that supports MIKE2.0, for quite a while.  The whole approach is free and open source. You can get the code from here: http://mike2.openmethodology.org/wiki/OmCollab

Our goal is to not only to build a better platform for MIKE2.0.  Its to provide an integrated product that meets the requirements for enterprise collaboration and will support our key initiative at www.openmethodology.org and the concept of an integrated framework for information development.

A couple questions for this group:

1. Do you think its a good idea?

2. Do you have any recommendations on open source assets we might want to bundle into omCollab?

3. Does anyone want to help?

What to find out more?

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by: Andreas.rindler
11  Jul  2008

omCollab Enterprise 2.0 collaboration platform released

After months of hard work it’s finally here: omCollab, the Enterprise 2.0 collaboration platform that powers MIKE2.0 and our BearingPoint internal collaboration site. We have packaged up Mediawiki, WordPress and omBookmarks (a fork of Scuttle) into a single collaboration platform that can be used to host powerful online communities on the web or inside organisations. It’s a comprehensive collaboration platform which combines the following features in one single, integrated platform:

  • Wiki
  • Blogs
  • Social bookmarking
  • Social networking
  • Mashups
  • Search

Please see omCollab Homepage for full details.

We have released omCollab to the open source community because we want to build the world’s most powerful open source Enterprise 2.0 platform. We will continue to invest time and effort to improve omCollab as it powers MIKE2.0, the open source methodology for Enterprise Information Management. We hope that we can get the open source community engaged to help contribute to omCollab.

If you want to know where we are going, what features we are planning to build and maybe offer your help to achieve this, please check out the omCollab roadmap.

Finally, if you just want to check out omCollab for yourself or maybe even power your online community with it, go to the omCollab download and installation page

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Category: Enterprise2.0, Open Source
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by: Sean.mcclowry
17  Apr  2008

Open Source and Open Standards for IM in Capital Markets

As part of MIKE2.0, we believe we are presenting a unique perspective in the area of standards development. Our approach is to create a collaborative community for the development of standards for Information Management, including those that apply to Capital Markets.

Some interesting work around open source and open standards is developing in relation to market data:

  • Market Data Definition Language (MDDL) is an extensible Markup Language (XML) derived specification, which facilitates the interchange of information about financial instruments used throughout the world’s markets. A community is build around MDDL, including a wiki-based development environment.

With open content and collaborative technologies, it’s easy for these projects to work together and we’ve starting doing this through MIKE2.0 with references to these projects.

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Category: Enterprise Data Management
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by: Robert.hillard
12  Oct  2007

A way to measure your data models

MIKE2.0 uses “small world” measures to assess data models (see Small Worlds Data Transformation Measure). The challenge many users have found is that for large models, it is very difficult to calculate these metrics. Thomas Isaksson has created an open source tool and provided the code on SourceForge which automates the process , supporting any RDBMS for which you have a JDBC driver or ERWin (via CSV output).

We hope that this initiative will further the encourage the adoption of these data model metrics and help demystify the traditional modelling process. Please take the time to use, test and extend this beta code.

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Category: Enterprise Data Management, MIKE2.0
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