[open-humanities] [open-literature] Open Correspondence updates
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Tue May 31 15:11:52 UTC 2011
Yes this would be fantastic. I wonder whether you could kick things
off by starting a stub for an "open humanities hackday" at:
I think we should start putting all our ideas for things we want to do
here - then we can review and prioritise on a regular basis!
All the best,
On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 7:24 PM, print.crimes
<print.crimes at yatterings.com> wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
> That would be great (perhaps give the hackday a wider scope than just OC?).
> I'm sure that we could kick some ideas around and use the day as a starting
> On 27/05/2011 18:05, Jonathan Gray wrote:
>> This is fantastic Iain! :-)
>> I wonder whether we should organise a hackday / coding spring in this
>> area at some point? I'd also be really interested in having a go at
>> making something with bibliographic data and biographical data (e.g.
>> from DBpedia)! And then creating a basic interface to let users create
>> relationships between persons and items.
>> What do you think?
>> All the best,
>> On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 7:16 PM, print.crimes
>> <print.crimes at yatterings.com> wrote:
>>> As part of the Book Hackday the weekend before last, I started on some
>>> to explore some of Jonathan Gray's questions about mapping intellectual
>>> influence. I'm not sure I got as far as I wanted but the following blog
>>> outlines what I managed to tinker with which I'm trying to get into the
>>> as an API.
>>> Iain Emsley
>>> open-humanities mailing list
>>> open-humanities at lists.okfn.org
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