This report aims to document the evaluation of webinos’ first demonstration phase. The evaluation approach is based on the verification of success criteria, documented in webinos’ demo framework. In order to do so, a coverage and gap analysis is performed for each of the existing webinos demo applications by its developers. The online impact of the demo assets is monitored via trend analysis of both online and social media. Furthermore, the performance of webinos’ demo preparation and presentation activities are evaluated from a demonstration presenter’s perspective.

The evaluation data is subsequently used as a starting point for extracting optimization recommendations for webinos’ product assets as well as processes. A total of 22 recommendations have been issued in this deliverable. These recommendations have been fed back to webinos’ demo framework, as well as the other webinos work packages. The recommendations aim to serve as optimization input for the project’s second execution phase.

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This report is a public deliverable of the webinos project. The project members will review any feedback received; updates will be incorporated as applicable. The webinos project reserves the right to disregard your feedback without explanation. Later in the year, update to the report may be published on www.webinos.org as well as being made available as a live and community maintainable wiki. If you want to comment or contribute on the content of the webinos project and its deliverables you shall agree to make available any Essential Claims related to the work of webinos under the conditions of section 5 of the W3C Patent Policy; the exact Royalty Free Terms can be found at: http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Patent-Policy-20040205/. This report is for personal use only. Other individuals who are interested to receive a copy, need to access http://www.webinos.org/downloads. For feedback or further questions, contact: editors@webinos.org

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