Objective: Knowledge sharing via the confluence wiki
Available resource: CDI members.
Obstacle: Unless a member is officially allocated time to work on knowledge management for CDI, it is somewhat unlikely that members will extensively contribute. The most to be expected (based on past experience) is that members will respond to emails or share links or thoughts w/ others occasionally.
Solution: We need a solution that can be incorporated into a member’s everyday workflow rather than trying to change his/her workflow (especially if rewards associated with the change are abstract).
One potential option is social bookmarking, e.g., using a service such as delicious (http://www.delicious.com/) that integrates into a web browser, and thereby makes the process of knowledge sharing part of a member’s workflow (assumption: members use web browser for the duration of their workday).
Delicious is a social bookmarking service where users store bookmarks that they can share with other delicious users via a network. These bookmarks can be tagged and the tagged resources can be published as RSS Feeds. The process to accomplish this may be