Performance Benchmark for Semantic CMS

The IKS community is asked to participate in an IKS online survey called the
IKS Performance Benchmark for Semantic CMS.

The benchmark is designed to measure how well semantic features are already available in existing CMS. Additionally, it consists of a self-assessment survey for software developers to measure their own knowledge about software engineering concepts and technologies required for semantic applications.

We have created a dedicated website for this benchmark that will be maintained even after the project has ended. We would like to establish this online benchmark and refine it over the time based on user feedback. Therefore, this benchmark is open for everyone and free to use or reference. To make a great start we encourage everyone to invest a few minutes to answer it.

For CMS vendors:

  • Get indicators for semantic features that may be relevant for you.
  • Think about your current CMS and reflect how well it is prepared for a more semantic future.
  • See public statistics of the survey.

For software developers:

  • Measure your knowledge about semantic concepts.
  • Get indicators to see what you should learn next.
  • See public statistics of the survey.

The benchmark and more information are available at our new website.

 

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Fabian

Author: Fabian

I'm a software engineer and researcher in the field of model-based software development with focus on software architectures and application frameworks at the Software Quality Lab (s-lab) of the University of Paderborn. I'm passionate about open-source software development and an active developer of the Apache Stanbol project.

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