Saturday, January 17, 2009

Cover Pages: Oracle Beehive Object Model Proposed for Standardization in OASIS ICOM TC.

An Oracle Beehive update – the product seems to have fallen off the market radar since Oracle OpenWorld last year, but Oracle is evidently pursuing related standards initiatives.

OASIS has announced the submission of a draft charter for a new OASIS Technical Committee to define an integrated collaboration object model supporting a complete range of enterprise collaboration activities. The proposed data model is based upon the Oracle Beehive Object Model (BOM), to be contributed by Oracle to the ICOM TC. The new standard model, interface, and protocol would support contextual collaboration within business processes for an integrated collaboration environment which includes communication artifacts (e.g., email, instant message, telephony, RSS), teamwork artifacts (such as project and meeting workspaces, discussion forums, real-time conferences, presence, activities, subscriptions, wikis, and blogs), content artifacts (e.g., text and multi-media contents, contextual connections, taxonomies, folksonomies, tags, recommendations, social bookmarking, saved searches), and coordination artifacts (such as address books, calendars, tasks) etc.

See the full post for a (typically excellent) Robin Cover info resource round-up on the topic.

Cover Pages: Oracle Beehive Object Model Proposed for Standardization in OASIS ICOM TC.

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