[okfn-labs] Reviving BibJSON/BibServer
mark.macgillivray at okfn.org
Thu May 12 13:57:17 UTC 2016
bibjson is still used by various projects. The bibserver code may be,
although I do not know for sure. It is quite outdated, and would be better
replaced with something newer, I would think. However I have no requirement
at the moment to develop anything around it, although I do use the bibjson
itself and do refer to the bibjson page.
There are probably some new conventions that should get added to the
bibjson page, in how it has been used in a couple of projects I know of.
On Wed, May 11, 2016 at 7:18 PM, todd.d.robbins at gmail.com <
todd.d.robbins at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Since BibJSON <http://okfnlabs.org/bibjson/> was added to the OKFN Labs
> site via #271 <https://github.com/okfn/okfn.github.com/issues/271>, not
> much has occurred in relation to the project. Although, recently I floated
> the idea of reviving dev work on the Digital Humanities Slack
> <https://digitalhumanities.slack.com/> channel #bibliography and there is
> I'd be happy to serve as team lead, and help get this off the ground
> again. Any recommendations of how we proceed from this point? Currently,
> I'm updating the BibJSON homepage to have updated links to the repo and
> OKFN Discourse instance.
> Tod Robbins
> Digital Asset Manager, MLIS
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