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<big>'''Welcome to the TeamWeaver Web!'''</big>
<big>'''Welcome to the TeamWeaver Web!'''</big>
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In their daily work, software engineers need efficient support for accessing project information and sharing personal experiences. TeamWeaver is an Open Source framework, which embeds lightweight and efficient knowledge access and sharing into the working context of a developer – accessible via the Web, Wikis and the Eclipse IDE.  
In their daily work, software engineers need efficient support for accessing project information and sharing personal experiences. TeamWeaver is an Open Source framework, which embeds lightweight and efficient knowledge access and sharing into the working context of a developer – accessible via the Web, Wikis and the Eclipse IDE.  
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== [[News and Events]] ==
== [[News and Events]] ==
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* 2009-10-25 Meet us at the [http://www.wikisym.org/ International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration] in Orlando. A paper about [[Woogle]] is nominated for the Best Paper Award!
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* 2010-04-30 Meet us at [http://www.sbs.co.za/ICSE2010/ ICSE] in Cape Town South Africa, where we are going to present our newest research results and released features. At [http://msr.uwaterloo.ca/msr2010/index.html MRS 2010]  we will give a talk on "Can Development Work Describe itself" (May 3rd 16:15). At [http://sites.google.com/site/rsseresearch/rsse2010/program RSSE 2010 ] we will demonstrate Switch our Mac OS X tool for "assisting engineers in switching artifacts by using task semantics and interaction history" (May 4th 16:00).
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* 2010-02-24 Meet us at the [http://www1.in.tum.de/static/sse10/ Workshop on Social Software Engineering] (which we co-organize) at the [http://www.se2010.upb.de/ Annual German Software Engineering conference] in Paderborn, Germany
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* 2010-02-07 Woogle is presented at the [http://workshops.fxpal.com/cscw2010cis/ 2nd International Workshop on Collaborative Information Seeking] collocated with [http://www.cscw2010.org CSCW2010] in Savannah, GA
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* 2009-10-29 [[Woogle|Woogle4MediaWiki]] will be released for download soon. There is a new announcement [[Mailinglists|mailingllist]] you can subscribe to.
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* 2009-19-28 Have a look at the TeamWeaver poster at the Poster Reception on the [http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2009/ Eclipse Summit] in Ludwigsburg, Germany
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* 2009-10-26 Woogle is presented at the [http://www.wikisym.org/ International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration] in Orlando ([http://www.slideshare.net/hhappel/social-search-and-needdriven-knowledge-sharing-in-wikis-with-woogle slides])
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* 2009-07-09 Meet us at the [http://www.wikisym.org/ International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration] at the end of October in Orlando. A paper about [[Woogle]] is nominated for the Best Paper Award!
* 2009-06-18 [http://www.teamweaver.org/downloads/media/slides/2009-06-18-AtlassianUserConference-Duesseldorf-RombergHappel-3c.pdf TeamWeaver presented] at the [http://www.pixsoftware.de/UserGroupMeetings/atlassian-userconference-duesseldorf.html 1st Atlassian User Conference] in Düsseldorf, organized by Pix Software GmbH ([http://www.slideshare.net/hhappel/2009-06-18-atlassian-user-conference-duesseldorf-romberg-happel-mit-wiquila-screenshots slides], [http://www.pixsoftware.de/images/stories/movies/AUGMeetingDuesseldorf09/UGMDue-FZI.mov video])
* 2009-06-18 [http://www.teamweaver.org/downloads/media/slides/2009-06-18-AtlassianUserConference-Duesseldorf-RombergHappel-3c.pdf TeamWeaver presented] at the [http://www.pixsoftware.de/UserGroupMeetings/atlassian-userconference-duesseldorf.html 1st Atlassian User Conference] in Düsseldorf, organized by Pix Software GmbH ([http://www.slideshare.net/hhappel/2009-06-18-atlassian-user-conference-duesseldorf-romberg-happel-mit-wiquila-screenshots slides], [http://www.pixsoftware.de/images/stories/movies/AUGMeetingDuesseldorf09/UGMDue-FZI.mov video])
* 2009-06-03 At least 3 TeamWeaver developers will take part at the [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_DemoCamps_Galileo_2009/Munich Eclipse Galileo DemoCamp in Munich]
* 2009-06-03 At least 3 TeamWeaver developers will take part at the [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_DemoCamps_Galileo_2009/Munich Eclipse Galileo DemoCamp in Munich]
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== Contact ==
== Contact ==
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If you are interested to use of contribute to TeamWeaver please send us an email at
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If you are interested to use or contribute to TeamWeaver please send us an email at
[[File:Email.png]]
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This page is hosted by [http://www.fzi.de/eng/contactform.html FZI Research Center for Information Technologies, Karlsruhe, Germany]. Contact for inquiries: Hans-Joerg Happel (lastname@fzi.de).
This page is hosted by [http://www.fzi.de/eng/contactform.html FZI Research Center for Information Technologies, Karlsruhe, Germany]. Contact for inquiries: Hans-Joerg Happel (lastname@fzi.de).
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Current revision as of 09:10, 6 February 2014

Welcome to the TeamWeaver Web!


In their daily work, software engineers need efficient support for accessing project information and sharing personal experiences. TeamWeaver is an Open Source framework, which embeds lightweight and efficient knowledge access and sharing into the working context of a developer – accessible via the Web, Wikis and the Eclipse IDE.

Core features of TeamWeaver are Information access (search and assistance), need-driven knowledge sharing, automatic creating of context knowledge by user observation, lightweight "wiki-style" authoring and metadata storage with semantic technologies.

News and Events

Downloads

  • We are currently offering three pre-bundled packages of software to try out:
    • TeamWeaver Integrated Search - providing a server based search backend with a web-based frontend (Tomcat required for installation)
    • TeamWeaver Wiquila - Prototype of our Swing-based Wiki Rich Client
    • TeamWeaver Eureka Plugin for Eclipse (via Eclipse Update)

Communication

You may want to subscribe to one of our TeamWeaver Mailinglists.

Source code

Aknowledgements

TeamWeaver development is funded by the European Commission within the project "TEAM" (IST 35111), the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research within the project "Waves" and the Landesstiftung Baden-Württemberg Foundation within the project "GlobaliSE".

Partners contributing to TeamWeaver involve FZI Karlsruhe, Technische Universität München, ICCS Greece and EPFL Lausanne.

We kindly thank Polarion Software for offering us support and hosting.

Contact

If you are interested to use or contribute to TeamWeaver please send us an email at File:Email.png

This page is hosted by FZI Research Center for Information Technologies, Karlsruhe, Germany. Contact for inquiries: Hans-Joerg Happel (lastname@fzi.de).


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