The CommunityMashup is an open-source integration solution for data from social services. It unifies and interconnects the data from different sources. This includes e. g. social networking services like facebook, microblogging services like twitter or fotosharing services like flickr but also more specific services like the reference management service and scientific social network Mendeley. In the mind of the “social web” the aggregation and filtering processes are executed with an person-centric focus. The CommunityMashup provides interfaces and framework components to easily integrate social data in concrete application scenarios.
If you want to learn more about what the CommunityMashup is and how it works see
- Community Mashup - Basics - in this document you also can find the information about the CommunityMashup's data model
If you want to learn more about how to set up and configure an instance of the CommunityMashup and/or use an existing instance from applications see
If you want to learn about how to develop additional sources for the CommunityMashup see
And if you want to learn about how everything works and how to contribute to the core of the CommunityMashup see
- Community Mashup - Development - Core
- CommunityMashup sources on GITHub: https://github.com/soziotech/CommunityMashup
Repository / External Documentation
The public source code repository of the CommunityMashup project is hosted on GitHub at: https://github.com/soziotech/CommunityMashup.git
There is an additional internal repository for sources that have not been released to the public at: https://vcs.cscwlab.de/svn/communitymashup/trunk
Some old documentation can be found on a public wiki at https://sociotech.atlassian.net/wiki/display/MASHUP - and a JIRA instance for issue management at http://sociotech.atlassian.net/browse/MUC.