Welcome to nfoCentrale. nfoCentrale is an "anchor" site for operation of a variety of distributed, collaborative projects. Subwebs of nfoCentrale include
- The construction shack that is part of
nfoCentrale.comproper. This provides documentation of the organization and operation of nfoCentrale itself, including ways that aspects of operation are tested and confirmed.
- The Document Management Alliance repository (an AIIM DMware project)
- AIIM's Document Management Interoperability Exchange and the supporting DMware Development Site (an AIIM DMware project)
- site reserved for development of the computer language eo ("Dawn")
- The site for Millennia Antica Pottery and the work of master potter Victoria Hamilton
- The Miser Project
- Explorations in the foundations of computing, with demonstration of universal computation via a progression of increasingly-useful implementations
- New site for creation of eBooks, tools, resources, and web presence on information-processing topics. The first effort is on Situating Data, and there is more information in the nascent content of the site.
- Document-interoperability technology site. nfoWorks is a companion to nfoWare focused specifically on the intricacies of interoperable implementations for digital documents.
- The interoperability architecture consulting practice of Dennis E. Hamilton, with focus on design for interoperability, achievement of system coherence, and architecture for trust and confirmable experience
- The Open Document Management API repository and development site (an AIIM DMware project)
- Orcmid's Lair
- Orcmid's playground for family connections, pastimes and scholarly vocation
- Templates for Raising Open-System Trustworthiness. The TROST Pilot originated as part of the M.Sc in IT Project Dissertation of Dennis E. Hamilton
- Worthiness [tombstone]
- This site is for the authentication procedures and assessments provided as part of TROSTing. The domain is managed as an anchor site, but the web site and email are not housed at the hosted nfoCentrale web site. Tombstone material describes how that is handled.
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