We have released a new Community Extension for RapidMiner a few weeks ago which you can use to share your RapidMiner and RapidAnalytics processes with data miners all over the word.
Some of you may know the http://www.myexperiment.org/ portal. MyExperiment is a community website where people share workflows of various kinds. It is an active community, and the portal comes with all the nice social network features. The new Community Extension directly connects to myExperiment which means that you can easily upload the current process with a single click. The extension also allows to browse RapidMiner processes on myExperiment and download them to your local machine directly from within RapidMiner.
You should really consider to share interesting data analysis and data transformation processes with others. Why? Well, the obvious answer is that you can discuss your data mining processes with others, exchange workflows with them, and meet data miners working on similar problems which might give you some fresh ideas.
But there is a much more important reason: If you participate in myExperiment and share your RapidMiner processes with the new Community Extension, we all will be finally build a "data analysis process Wiki". I imagine this as a place, where processes for different kinds of problems just wait to be discovered. And just as for the original idea of Wikipedia, the whole thing will only work if people start to share their knowledge with others while hoping that somebody else's knowledge will help them back some day.
More information about how to use the Community Extension can be found at http://www.e-lico.eu/?q=node/226
So you should download the extension from our update- and installation server in the Help menu of RapidMiner, activate the myExperiment view in the View menu and start to up- and download processes. Happy sharing!