AniAniWeb: A wiki approach to personal home pages
|AniAniWeb: A wiki approach to personal home pages|
|Published in||Proceedings of the Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, OOPSLA|
|Keyword(s)||Access control, AniAniWeb, Personal home pages, Wiki design (Extra: AniAniWeb, Dissertation research, Personal home pages, Wiki design, Access control, Systems analysis, Websites)|
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AniAniWeb: A wiki approach to personal home pages is a 2007 conference paper written in English by Rick J. and published in Proceedings of the Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, OOPSLA.
This article reports on my dissertation research on personal home pages. It focuses on the design of AniAniWeb, a server-based system for authoring personal home pages. AniAniWeb builds on a wiki foundation to address many of the limitations of static technologies used to author personal home pages. This article motivates the technical hypotheses behind AniAniWeb and reflects on these hypotheses, based on a two year study of adopters using AniAniWeb in academia, a prominent vocational setting where personal home pages are important. In particular, I reflect on two broad categories: 1) the usefulness of wiki features (wiki authoring, wiki mark-up, and interaction / collaboration) to authoring personal home pages; 2) the other features (structure, designing looks, and access control) needed to make a wiki approach to personal home pages viable. Copyright
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