KiWi - A platform for building Semantic Social Media Applications

author: Sebastian Schaffert, Salzburg Research
published: Dec. 23, 2010,   recorded: December 2010,   views: 117
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KiWi is an open-source development platform for building Semantic Social Media applications. It offers features required for Social Media applications such as versioning, (semantic) tagging, rich text editing, easy linking, rating and commenting, as well as advanced "smart" services such as recommendations, intelligent search, a sophisticated social reputation system, vocabulary management, and rich visualisation. KiWi can be used both, as a platform for building custom Semantic Social Media applications and as a Semantic Social Index, integrating content and data from a variety of different sources, e.g. wikis, blogs and content management systems in a enterprise intranet. Third-party applications can access the KiWi system using simple-to-use web services. KiWi v1.0 – “Running Free”.

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