Last week was the conference, this week comes people trying to define it. My best definition would be netvibes.com
“where small groups and departments developed their own applications independent of the corporate IT department. Today more and more end users who are not professional programmers are developing web applications that better fit their own needs. A simple example is a wiki, where the users can create and modify the pages and their content. No programmer has to decide ahead of time what the topics of interest will be or the structure and layout of the pages. The users evolve something over time that suites their needs within the time budget they have to invest in the site.”
For now, will just list various bits of info that I will organize later.
QEDWiki (Quick and easy design) . Assembly : “QEDWiki is a unique Wiki framework in that it provides both Web users and developers with a single Web application framework for hosting and developing a broad range of Web 2.0 applications.”
Damia . Feeds: “provides easy-to-use tools that developers and IT users alike can use to quickly assemble data feeds from the Internet and a variety of enterprise data sources. The benefits of this service include the ability to aggregate and transform a wide variety of data or content feeds, which can be used in enterprise mashups.”
Mashup Hub. Tag : “Mashup Hub provides two broad areas of support: feed generation for enterprise data sources and a catalog of feeds and user interface (UI) widgets.”