Bernard Sfez a Tiki Consultant from Israel owns and operates an agency offering web based solutions. He first heard about Tiki in 2001 when he was involved in a multilingual project. Since then, he is a regular contributor and well valued member of the Tiki community.
Mr. Sfez's relation with his clients are based on partnership and tight collaboration. This include ongoing consultancy, technical support and training at all stage of a project.
In this interview Bernard gives specific examples of how i18n problems are solved... and more.
Do expect a conclusion in Hebrew as he is well versed in this language.
Let's remember that Tiki Wiki is the ideal tool to build and maintain a Website. It includes data management & forms Generator, Collaborative Content Management, and much mure.
This video, produced by Daniel Gauthier a video producer and entrepreneur. Daniel is a Tiki Community member since 2009. This video interview is one of several videos that highlights members of the Tiki Community.
Thank you to Kaltura for their continued integration support with Tiki and their repository services.
I'm passionate about video, radio and the web. As technology is evolving, so do I. As the web evolves, so is the relationship between all media is fading. One concept that I'm working with these days is Nonlinear narative story telling. On this subject, please refer to the Advanced Content Pulbishing page and the search for the Online Publishing House group. I've worked in the film industry years ago. This is why my heart belongs to this field. I specialize in the following areas:
for both for the brick and mortar and virtual world.
Altough, I'm recognized as an eternal newbie in this community, I'm becoming very much acquainted with Tiki and using it daily.
When it comes down to video editing I'm proficient with FCP and Premiere by Adobe.
When it comes down to script writing, I'm in my element. Therefore, documentation is always of interest to me although I'm mostly doing video prods.
The most active project I'm working on here at Tiki is the Video clip project where Open Source tools are being used and developed to communicate and promote Tiki as a good and solid infrastructure solution.
Tiki is used to document the video clips I've started to produce. The objective is to build a portal that would be used as a Content Delivery Network. As we all know, robust, yet agile CDN's are not cheap. Specially thosw CDN who manage complexity. Tiki as it all. We just need to make it do what we want.
As all video editing affectionados will confirm, doing a good *video montage*, requires time and money ressources. Therefore, the crowd sourcing concept of doing online video editing is not only a dream come true with the use of the Kaltura plateform, it is a real possibility. It's been done before, you can view a sample on wikipedia. Yet, as mentionned, it requires ressources. Would you be interested to make this video clip projet fly higher and faster? If so, join our community and enjoy the ride!
Who said kids are not ready for open communications?
This young girl (the one wearing a hero cap using a "vacation type of camera") bellow is filming with a small digital camera (not to mistake with a professional digital camera) conducts her interview with a movie actor who just learned he won an award.
Can Tiki CMS Groupware be so easy to use that this girl can conduct her interview and put it out there on the web within an hour?
As technology evolves, so is Tiki. Please keep an eye on Advanced Content Pulishing since it is becoming clearer and clearer that once a tiki developer masters the basics about tiki and about video production, tiki can be very handy to create a multi-layer UI whereby many people working on the same project converge toward a unique organic content development. For example, let's say your working on a video clip presentation that is intended to many people coming from many background. The stake holders don't agree. Here is where possible conflict can occur. Roles in the project are:
However, if other members of the production remain in disagreement, bring the discussion back to the end product, what does the audience will get out of the experience. If people still don't agree, ask them:
Just like in a book creation, when creating your video clip, think non linear. After all, as technology evolves, filmakers will want to have control of the final product without over powering the others by using status quo and discouraging others to continue to contribute.
Therefore, if you have actors in your film (per exemple), make sure they understand that you use organic ressources to save money and that if they don't agree on what to do next, i.e. what will the menu system on the end product look and read like, the project will not grow and be completed as scheduled (use Project Management and tiki trackers to make your production schedule, your assistant director will love you!). Be prepared to go back to the narrative board to patch stuff!
Here are the clips that have already been broadcasted on the internet using Kaltura technology
My passion, what tikkles me is yoga. I teach full time and going international. I've been practicing since age 17.
I'm available as a junior consultant specialising in videography, photography, advisory, script writing, project management, documentation specialist and social media developement. I've written RFP's, RFQ's and done some SDLC projects in the past where I got involved in use cases, enough to give clients analysis reports as I have a basic training in Information Technology. I can help you get started with Tiki on the front end side not the back-end.
I can be reached at: daniel - at - tiki - dot - org
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