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I think it's a good time to think big and brainstorm about possibilities for the future, e.g. what effect might semantic technologies have on Orthodox KM? I'd love to hear other people's thoughts on this (here or at [http://orthodoxweb.org OrthodoxWeb Dev]). <br /> [[User:FrJohn|FrJohn]]
* [http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/ Semantic Web Overview]
www. voght.com/ cgi-bin/pywiki?KmWiki KM Wiki]
* [http://rhizome.liminalzone.org/ Rhizome] - "a Wiki-like content management and delivery system that exposes the entire site -- content, structure, and metadata as editable RDF. This means that instead of just creating a site with URLs that correspond to a page of HTML, with Rhizome you can create URLs that represent just about anything..."
* [http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/13.03/wiki.html The Book Stops Here] - A history of Wikipedia, ''Wired'' 13:03 (March 2005)
:From page 2:
::"What makes the model work is not only the collective knowledge and effort of a far-flung labor force, but also the willingness to abide by two core principles. The first: neutrality. All articles should be written without bias. Wikipedians are directed not to take a stand on controversial subjects like abortion or global warming but to fairly represent all sides. The second principle is good faith. All work should be approached with the assumption that the author is trying to help the project, not harm it.
::"Wikipedia represents a belief in the supremacy of reason and the goodness of others. In the Wikipedia ideal, people of goodwill sometimes disagree. But from the respectful clash of opposing viewpoints and the combined wisdom of the many, something resembling the truth will emerge. Most of the time.
":Of course, not all of this applies here. We have out own interpretation of neutrality and the role of reason, but it's worth noting the basic similarities between our project and Wikipedia. [[User:FrJohn|Fr. John]]