[open-humanities] Annotations should be working again

Nick Stenning nick at whiteink.com
Thu Mar 22 16:53:15 UTC 2012

Hi James,

I'm pretty certain I fixed that at the same time, so you probably just
need to force-refresh the page. (Your browser probably has an old copy
of the file that makes it happen).

Let me know if you continue to have problems with it. It's definitely
working for me.


On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 15:39, James Harriman-Smith
<open-shakespeare at okfn.org> wrote:
> Hi Nick,
> Many thanks for doing this, and I can confirm that it's all working
> fine for me. Just one quick question though: could you restore the
> counter on the front page of Open Shakespeare? It currently informs
> the world that there are 0 annotations, and does not change when new
> annotations are added... Rufus set it up during an early annotation
> sprint, so it may be a job for him.
> In any case, thanks again: the navigation window is particularly snazzy.
> James
> On 22 March 2012 16:11, Nick Stenning <nick at whiteink.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've poked OpenShakespeare and in theory the annotations should all be
>> there, and you should be able to create new ones once again.
>> Let me know if you find any problems, as I know it's not perfect --
>> one of the joys of OpenShakespeare is that it's been around as long
>> as/longer than Annotator, so the database contains annotations in all
>> the subtly different formats that Annotator has supported over the
>> years!
>> Best,
>> Nick
> --
> James Harriman-Smith
> Open Literature Working Group Coordinator
> Open Knowledge Foundation
> http://okfn.org/members/jameshs
> Skype: james.harriman.smith

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