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This page provides details of the structure and organisation of the project website. This has been done as part of showcase 49 - Website content updates.

Website structure

Several tabs that provide quick access to each of the blocks that are presented below. A common diagram style should be used (Graffle, PPT, etc.).

  • Landing page / Home. Format: ?1 + 2 columns (70/30) (currently it is at http://www.wf4ever-project.org/home2, and should be changed to http://www.wf4ever-project.org/home when it is ready and everybody has confirmed that we are happy with the whole set of contents of the website).
    • Horizontal part
    • Column 1 (mainly links to different sets of pages)
      • Wf4Ever for Astronomers and Biologists
      • Wf4Ever for developers
      • Wf4Ever for citizens (not available yet, so a link to "To be provided soon")
      • Project details (as it is now, with links to partners, workplan and deliverables)
      • Other projects / Wf4Ever Friends (with logos and links of those projects that we are collaborating with)
    • Column 2
      • Wf4Ever Google calendar 
      • Small set of news (smaller than now, with only 3 or 4 items).
  • Wf4Ever for Astronomers and Biologists. Format: 2 columns (30/70). Menu on column 1, and main body text on column 2.
  • Wf4Ever for developers
    • Overview
    • Wf4Ever Models
      • Research Object Model --> as it is now. Fix format.
      • Evolution --> take content from http://www.wf4ever-project.org/wiki/display/docs/RO+evolution (from the section on Terminology, and removing all boxes that provide comments, and things in colour). And the large figure from the RO Evolution Scenario section would be also useful.
      • Minim --> leave it empty for the time being.
      • The RO 5-star model --> Remove the first sentence.
    • Wf4Ever Architecture --> as it is now. Fix format if needed.
    • Wf4Ever Reference Implementation --> take every single description from the templates used in D1.4v1. The submenu is structured according to this deliverable, sections 2 and 3, and the overview would be taken from section 1.
    • Wf4Ever Sandbox --> this is similar to a Google Labs branding. The basic description is already there, and in the submenu, we can include small descriptions from D1.2v2, sections 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3. 
    • Github repositories  --> include as an iFrame or something similar the content of https://github.com/wf4ever/
    • Licenses ---> for the time being leave it empty, with a "to be updated soon".
    • Known issues, roadmap, etc. --> for the time being leave it empty, with a "to be updated soon".

Wiki text gaps

This page contains the assignments to tasks to complete the wiki reorganisation and gap-filling-in work

WHERE

WHO

WHAT

 

 

 

RO model for publishers

Khalid

From SePublica paper

RO model for Scientists

Marco

Fill in the gaps there

RO Examples

Stian

Fill in with links to the RO examples generated

Research Object Functionalities and Processes

Oscar

Fill in once children pages are completed

RO preservation services

Gema

Refine and summarise

 

 

 

RO reuse and repurposing

Oscar

Do we want to include this functionality?

 

 

 

Review and publication with ROs

Graham

Provide a 2-paragraph summary.  I've added a brief introduction: is this sufficient? #g

Wf4Ever Architecture

Kevin

Make a last check to description provided there.

Wf4Ever Toolkit

Piotr/Rafa/Graham/etc.

Check subpages and add for every component a 2-paragraph description and a snapshot, so that these can go to the website. Avoid references to "as we said in XXX meeting".

Wf4Ever in Biology

Marco

We need to add a couple of paragraphs of what Wf4Ever can provide to biologists, and links to current work (e.g., the RO that was recently created for Y1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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