As users become more accustomed to continuous Internet access, they will have less patience with the offering of disparate resources. A new generation of portals is being designed that aids users in navigating resource space and in processing the data they retrieved. Such portals offer added value by means of content syndication: the effort to have multiple, federated? resources co-operate in order to profit optimally from their synergy. A portal that offers these advantages, however, can only be of lasting value if it is sustainable. We sketch a way to set up and run an organisation that can manage a content syndication portal in a sustainable way.
|Name||Computing Science Reports|
|Publisher||Technical University of Eindhoven|
|Conference||Conferentie Informatiewetenschap 2003|
|Period||20/11/03 → 20/11/03|
|Other||20 november 2003|