HS-CIT Software Installation Part 02
Prsy: New Type of Social Network
It is you. We are Brand. We are You. We are Prsy!
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DrupalCon Vienna 2017: Building social websites with Group and Open Social
A lot of Drupal sites are run by only a handful of people. A few power users receive the rights to administer other user accounts, some others can post and publish content and everyone else can just view content and use the site. Its when this scenario doesnt suit your needs that you might want to have a look at the Group module. Group allows you to give people similar permissions like those above but only for smaller subsections of a website. Say you run a school website and you want students to be able to only see the courses that are available for them to enroll in, but nothing else. Or you want to run a social network where users can post content, but only within their sandboxed area on the website. Groups got you covered. This session will be a brief description of the Group module by its author Kristiaan Van den Eynde (Deeson) and explain its key concepts. We will demo how to configure it and then show you how Group is used in the wonderful Open Social distribution. Joining us for the second part of the presentation, Jochem van Nieuwenhuijsen (GoalGorilla / Open Social) will explain how Group enabled a team of talented developers to build a social network using Drupal 8. He will list some of the challenges and show you some of the cool stuff they built on top of the Group module. Open Social is a distribution for building social communities and intranets. The distribution is positioned as the successor of Drupal Commons, taking full advantage of the new possibilities of Drupal 8. The Open Social distribution comes with some extra group configuration. There are two predefined group types in place: First theres the Open Group type: This group type is configured so it covers the most common use case for your community. Users of your platform may join without any approval, and all content placed within this group is visible for members as well as non-members. Second we added configuration for a Closed Group type. Closed groups is configured so that its content is hidden to users who are not a member of this group. In this instance users can only join by invitation of a Group Manager. We will demo our default configuration of the entire group ecosystem in Open Social, how weve set up both group types, the group roles weve pre-configured and some of the lessons we learned from this. This sessions is suitable for developers with some experience with Drupal 8 site building, but most of the presentation should be easy to digest for even the most junior site builders.
Which Social Media Site Is The Best – Making Money Online
Which Social Network is Best? Start Making Money Today – https://goo.gl/79nd7y Get The Course – http://www.dpgcashcow.com/ Donate To Channel – http://www.dpgcashcow.com/donate When it comes to digital marketing, there are tons of different social networks to choose from each with their own advantages and disadvantages. To cover just a few, you have: * Facebook * Twitter * Google+ * Tumblr * LinkedIn * Instagram * Pinterest And this is before youve even covered some of the less obvious social networks, or the networks that skirt the borders of how we define social media. These include: * Reddit * Snapchat * Periscope * Forums * YouTube * Vine So yeah, theres a lot to choose from here How do you know where to begin? Of course, you should be on all social media if possible and the expression you will often hear used in this regard is be everywhere. But if you had to choose just one social network which would it be? Defining Your Goals and Understanding Your Audience If you look at this in terms of pure numbers, then the answer becomes very simple. Facebook is the biggest social network and as such this is the one you should be on if you want the opportunity to potentially reach the biggest number of people. But as any marketer should know, numbers arent really whats important. Whats important is targeted numbers. In other words, who are you trying to reach? And then there are those other factors like susceptibility is now the right time to reach that user? And are you reaching them in the correct way? To answer these questions you need to define who your target audience is and how best to reach them. For instance, did you know that Pinterest is the social media site with the biggest proportion of female users? Whats more, it lends itself particularly well to creative topics and to aesthetic and visual subjects. So in other words, if you have a bakery shop, then you might well find that Pinterest is the right place for you. For a B2B company selling business insurance though, youre likely not going to have as much luck on Pinterest (how do you make this visual and artistic?). There are ways, but its not going to be as easy and there isnt as much potential here. So to find your best social network, you need to ask yourself where your audience is going to be and what the best way to communicate what youre offering is. If you can answer these two questions then you can find your route to market. top 10 social media sites social networking sites for adults top 100 social media sites social media sites like facebook list of social media apps free social networking sites top social media apps most popular social media apps
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AzzSoPhat “Adult Social Network”
David Friedman is a friend who likes to talk about how social networks and social interactions can support innovation. The challenges are dual. One, how do we get the right talent together? Two, how do we get these talented individuals interact in the right ways?
Crowd-sourcing lets individuals generate ideas, but better innovation can come from the interaction of people with a diverse set of skills and interests. How can such a group of strangers, be assembled, and how can it function well together and be productive in a minimal amount of time?
The quality of results in collaboration problem-solving is a function of two variables: the diversity of input and the quality of the interactions among the people. Suppose we could bring together many diverse people and use outstanding group problem-solving methods. Presumably, they would get better results than a relatively small group that works well together — such as a good team — or a diverse set of individuals who do not work together.
Here are some examples of collaborations that bring together larger groups than teams and also use methods that allow individuals to work together
(1) Innocentive. This well-known platform for solving problems works when individuals who think they have the answer to a problem can submit and be paid if their answer is selected. Most of these problems are solved by an individual who sees fairly quickly that he or she has some knowledge that can be applied to the problem. Not much teamwork is at work.
A friend of mine, David Friedman, talks about Innocentive Chinese style, which is a reference to groups of participants in China collaborating to decide upon which problems to attack. The variety of problems they attack comes from the stream of Innocentive problems.
In Good to Great, Collins and Porras write about getting the right people on the bus and then determining the appropriate strategy. By taking advantage of the stream of Innocentive problems, the Chinese groups have gathered the right talent and can also look for the problems that this particular assemblage is best positioned to solve. The laws of probability suggest that his method will yield greater fruits than what individual Innocentive participants can do.
The popular Netflix Prize challenge produced ever larger groups of collaborators as it neared its end. As the teams grew, they were able to use traditional, novel, and collaborative problem-solving techniques from larger groups that in some ways were unique to the problem. They mathematically combined algorithms (their solutions to the problem) to get better results.
Open Space methods bring people with a stake in the problem together and then let them work together on what they believe are the important elements. They yield results that cannot be easily predicted but are very powerful.
Polymath was a high-level mathematical collaboration that yielded outstanding results through open collaboration of many individuals. Conducted on a blog and guided by a set of rules that encouraged participants to share ideas that were not complete but upon which others could build (or refute), Polymath promised to yield optimal ways to structure their interactions.
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