The Telecom 2018 Plan represents an experiment in social production addressing the telecom industry's transition to all IP networks. The project seeks to create an open resource for industry participants to contribute ideas on best practices and opportunities. The resulting roadmap should help facilitate the transition to all IP networks.
The organizers believe there exists a deep resource of expertise among the 2mn or so people working in the industry. The approach allows open contributions and editing among registered users. The project will leverage lessons incorporated in the Wikipedia editorial control process and assign an editor-in-chief, technical editor, and policy editor as well as chapter editors.
Editors will work to maintain content quality and seek consensus for any disputed content. The Telecom 2018 Plan will exist as a living document on the web with real-time updates. The plan also includes publishing subset of the content in the form of regular and e-book versions of the Plan on a periodic basis.
The booki.cc platform includes a mechanism for creating versions and tracking (rolling back) changes. The same mechanism tracks attribution. Editors and major contributors will be identified as a part of this preface. You can see example booki.cc projects at http://flossmanuals.net/
The booki.cc platform provides several mechanisms to support collaboration. A chat window to the right of the editing panel shows current activity and events. Registered users get assigned userid's and can send messages between profile pages. The system also supports notification of changes and a notes pages for comments on content.
Anyone can register with booki.cc and add content. People interested in volunteering as editors can contact the Publisher - Daniel Berninger, +126.96.36.19938, dan at danielberninger.com
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