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Practical Internet Groupware de Jon Udell
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Practical Internet Groupware (edició 1999)

de Jon Udell

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Collaboration. From its academic roots to the bustling commerce sites of today, the Internet has always been about collaboration: providing a means for people to communicate and work together effectively. But how do you build effective tools for collaboration? How do you build tools that are simple enough for people to really use, yet powerful enough to really facilitate collaboration?In 1995 Jon Udell became executive editor for new media at BYTE magazine, taking on the challenge of building an online presence for a traditional print publication. In meeting this challenge, he discovered that he was managing an online community, not just an online publication. He discovered that he was building not just a set of documents, but a suite of Internet-based groupware applications in which editors, writers, and readers all participated.Practical Internet Groupware details the lessons learned from that experience. Drawn from the author's real world experience, Practical Internet Groupware describes the tools and technologies for building and rapidly deploying groupware applications, and also discusses the design philosophy and usability issues that determine the success or failure of any groupware endeavor.The key to success lies in using simple tools, often open source, that effectively blend in established Internet technologies that have always had a collaborative aspect (SMTP, NNTP) with new technologies that enhance our ability to manage collaborative documents (HTTP, XML). The result is an approach that codifies the idea that many web content providers have long suspected: yesterday's online content is fast becoming tomorrow's network-based applications.In this book you'll learn how to: Base groupware on standard Internet technologies (mail servers, news servers, and web servers) Use simple server- and client-side scripts to automate creation, presentation, transmission, and search of electronic documents Create a base of documents that contain semi-structured data representing much of the intellectual capital of an enterprise Deploy these solutions in a way that scales from groups of a few collaborators to communities of thousands of users If you've ever been disappointed watching a commercial groupware system used as little more than an expensive email client, or if you've ever wondered how to transform simple email, news, or web clients from document viewers into collaboration tools, then Practical Internet Groupware is for you.… (més)
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Títol:Practical Internet Groupware
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Informació:O'Reilly Media (1999), Edition: 1st, Paperback, 400 pages
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I remembered this book in the context of a conversation this morning and realized I needed to add it here. I'm disappointed to see what low marks it has here on Goodreads, given how important this book was to me early(-ish) in my career. In terms of technology, this book is certainly VERY dated, but it is filled with important ideas and approaches, some of which we take for granted now and many of which have still not seen the light of day. I probably have the timeline wrong, but if I recall correctly, this book came out around the time that P2P networks seemed to be the next big thing. And yet, here were are at a time when a large percent of what the more radical uses of P2P have still not really taken hold. But there's no doubt there is still much value to be gained from them. If you ever want to get a snapshot-in-time view of what was considered fringe approaches to doing business collaboratively, you should read this book, but also go spend some time reading about the historical context around it: check out Ward Cunningham's Portland Pattern Repository (the original wiki); investigate the state of the P2P revolution that was supposedly taking place around the turn of the millenium (important search terms: Groove Networks & Ray Ozzie, gnutella, Napster, Freenet, SETI@Home, and of course BitTorrent (these P2P applications were indicators, if not direct precursors, to many of the so-called NoSQL technologies around today.

Read this, if you get a chance, but only do so if you have or can "retrieve" (through friends who were around or through your own studies) the historical context that surrounded it. ( )
  tlockney | Sep 7, 2014 |
In many ways this book is the precursor to the Web 2.0 phenomenon. Ahead of its time, its interesting to see how difficult it was to get collaboration into practice in the late 1990s. ( )
  bentoth | Apr 26, 2008 |
Although now a bit dated in the specifics, former Byte columnist and webmaster Jon Udell's strategies for cobbling together groupware applications using Internet technologies are still applicable. Lots of examples using Perl. ( )
  szarka | Oct 17, 2005 |
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Collaboration. From its academic roots to the bustling commerce sites of today, the Internet has always been about collaboration: providing a means for people to communicate and work together effectively. But how do you build effective tools for collaboration? How do you build tools that are simple enough for people to really use, yet powerful enough to really facilitate collaboration?In 1995 Jon Udell became executive editor for new media at BYTE magazine, taking on the challenge of building an online presence for a traditional print publication. In meeting this challenge, he discovered that he was managing an online community, not just an online publication. He discovered that he was building not just a set of documents, but a suite of Internet-based groupware applications in which editors, writers, and readers all participated.Practical Internet Groupware details the lessons learned from that experience. Drawn from the author's real world experience, Practical Internet Groupware describes the tools and technologies for building and rapidly deploying groupware applications, and also discusses the design philosophy and usability issues that determine the success or failure of any groupware endeavor.The key to success lies in using simple tools, often open source, that effectively blend in established Internet technologies that have always had a collaborative aspect (SMTP, NNTP) with new technologies that enhance our ability to manage collaborative documents (HTTP, XML). The result is an approach that codifies the idea that many web content providers have long suspected: yesterday's online content is fast becoming tomorrow's network-based applications.In this book you'll learn how to: Base groupware on standard Internet technologies (mail servers, news servers, and web servers) Use simple server- and client-side scripts to automate creation, presentation, transmission, and search of electronic documents Create a base of documents that contain semi-structured data representing much of the intellectual capital of an enterprise Deploy these solutions in a way that scales from groups of a few collaborators to communities of thousands of users If you've ever been disappointed watching a commercial groupware system used as little more than an expensive email client, or if you've ever wondered how to transform simple email, news, or web clients from document viewers into collaboration tools, then Practical Internet Groupware is for you.

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