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Open Guide to Milton Keynes
Community guide to Milton Keynes that anyone can edit
The Open Guide to Milton Keynes is part of the OpenGuides network of free, community-maintained wiki guidebooks to places around the world. Anyone is free to contribute, whether it's by writing new articles or editing existing articles. The OpenGuides are developed with the Semantic Web in mind; metadata is organised to allow easy machine-readable output, in order to enable re-usage by other web services.
The guide has been set up to investigate the application of semantic web technologies in a locality based resource, to provide a service to the local Milton Keynes community, and to explore the possibilities of wiki based social software.
The Milton Keynes Open Guide is kindly hosted and provided with technical support by Chris Schmidt from the Open Guide to Boston.
Chris Shmidt homepage - http://crschmidt.net
Open Guide to Boston website - http://boston.openguides.org
Participant(s): Tom Heath
Mulholland, P., Gaved, M., Zdrahal, Z., Collins, T. and Heath, T. (2006) Using ICT to support public and private community memories: case studies and lessons learned, Constructing and sharing memory: community informatics, identity and empowerment, Prato 2006, Prato, Italy Proceedings of Constructing and sharing memory: community informatics, identity and empowerment, Prato 2006
Gaved, M., Heath, T. and Eisenstadt, M. (2006) Wikis of Locality: Insights from the Open Guides, 2006 International Symposium on Wikis (WikiSym2006), Odense, Denmark Proceedings of the 2006 International Symposium on Wikis, eds. Riehle, Dirk, pp. 119-126, ACM Press