[open-archaeology] THATCamp London 2010

Leif Isaksen leifuss at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 14:48:41 UTC 2010

I'll be there :-)


On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 3:10 PM, Stefano Costa <stefano.costa at okfn.org> wrote:
> http://thatcamplondon.org/2010/05/announcement-developers/
> Sounds quite interesting. I do appreciate a lot the focus on data. It's
> no coincidence that the King's Centre for Computing in Humanities has
> been producing two of the very few datasets about antiquity that are
> available under an open license.
> Unfortunately, I cannot be there - I'm leaving for Crete the day after.
> If someone is going, please let us know, we still have some time to
> think about a cool proposal, like "A registry of knowledge for
> antiquity: CKAN" ...
>> Have you a cool new way to give Humanities researchers access to
>> digital resources? Here is a chance to show the Digital Humanities
>> community what you can do.
>> There will be a Developer’s Challenge as a part of the DH2010/THATCamp
>> London this year. It will be an opportunity for you, as a developer of
>> software in the Digital Humanities, to show off your ideas for new
>> ways that digital humanities data can be exploited. The focus will be
>> on a prototype application that breaks down barriers between
>> humanities scholars and digital materials in new ways.
>> We are encouraging a few Humanities data providers to provide
>> materials that you can exploit. A list of available datasets will be
>> made available on the THATCamp London website in early June.
>> Information on how to access the datasets will eventually be made
>> available on this page also.
> Ciao,
> Stefano
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> Stefano Costa
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