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You can override settings in Vagrantfile included in the box with settings specified in
I.e. for a page to be selected by
|Architecture "dataspects Search"||Entities DO have annotations!|
|BlueSpice||This page lists knowledge subjects in connection with BlueSpice'. It is structured based on the Ontology "BlueSpice Helpdesk Ontology".|
|SMW Facet Profile "SMW CindyKate Main Terminological Ontology (SMWCK-MTO)"||This graph visualizes SMW CindyKate's ontology on April 1st 2016 (i.e. not real-time) based on component type properties. It is programmatically generated using mermaid.|
|Practice Pattern/Workflow "Keywording"||' will substantially change when adding Elasticsearch by mid-2016. That's why these explanations are rudimentary for the time being.|
|Domain "SMWCKMain:Factory"||This page is under heavy construction.|
|Type "Facet/Interface"||For example, the facet/aspect "safety" of a car cannot be instantiated like "This is safety A and that is safety B.". But the facet/aspect "safety" can enfold the instantiations of seatbelt model 24 and airbag RT45.|
|Concept "Compiling Dataspects::Entity annotations"|
|Concept "Ontology Management Script"||Application Command "smw-cindykate content manage" makes the following variables available to ontology management scripts
|Concept "Top-Level-Ontology"||For example, the |
There is more explanation on this in Component 153600 Use Case.
|Concept "content-/process-reference"||This will use https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/API:Categorymembers.|
|DSKIMUnitTest||Overview "Testing smw-cindykate"|
|Goal "Shorten the time it takes for your new employees to get productive"||Check out our blog article Knowledge Management: Flying only got successful once people stopped imitating birds (in German)|
|KIM/SMW Academy Literature||The mindmaps shown below have been created and are managed by myself (thus they do not reflect the corresponding authors' conceptual/mental prioritization or organization). They serve as:
|Ontology Management Script "manage_DMP.rb"||OMS contain instructions to run in accordance with UseCase "Programmatically manage SMW pages' content/wikitext and metadata".|
|Overview "Testing smw-cindykate"||Add a new method test
|Recipe "DNA and genesis of a Vagrant Box ("VBubuntu") ready for hosting a SMW"||This is pragmatic behaviour. Of course these aspects shall be solved and moved into the Packer build context.|
|Recipe "How to create, configure, export and import GnuPG keys"||
944CBA14 is the key-id
|Recipe "How to install the VirtualBox Guest Additions"||
|Recipe "How to turn an idea into a certified SMW extension"||At the end of this process your VBox VM "MediaWiki Vagrant" is ready for the next steps. If you want to log into the VM's XFCE desktop, see below Log into the VM's XFCE desktop.|
The following instructions have been tested on Ubuntu 16.04 64bit. Instructions for other platforms are under construction.
These instructions are under construction.
|Setup "Develop dataspects on a VirtualBox VM on another computer"||MySharedFolderSHARENAME must be different from MySharedFolder!|
|Setup "Dropbox headless client as a service"||Solution Hint "Set ForwardX11 to "no" when starting Dropbox daemon through SSH connection"|
|Technique "Vector Quantization"||See Publication "How to create a mind", page 135.|
|TestsAreRunBy||Overview "Testing smw-cindykate"|
|UseCase "Flexibly select SMW pages by content reference"||UseCase "Flexibly select SMW pages by content reference" is part of Application "dataspects".|
|UseCase "Inject SMW pages from text files"||UseCase "Inject SMW pages from text files" is part of Application "dataspects".|
|UseCase "Programmatically manage SMW pages' content/wikitext and metadata"||UseCase "Programmatically manage SMW pages' content/wikitext and metadata" is part of Application "dataspects".|
|UseCase "Set up BlueSpice MediaWiki Enterprise Distribution"||Remember:
|Workflow "How to model a business domain in SMW from scratch"||A documentation is not a document, but it can be.|
Be object oriented before being class oriented.
Your attitudes are equally important as your skills are.