[open-literature] Open Letters work
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Mon May 17 10:42:01 UTC 2010
This sounds fantastic Iain!
I can't remember what we decided last time we spoke -- but would you
be up for doing a guest blog post for a general audience giving an
overview of what you're doing with the letters project, what you've
done so far and where you're hoping to get to etc.
What do you think?
All the best,
On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 7:02 PM, print.crimes
<print.crimes at yatterings.com> wrote:
> I've been working on the open letters code and have added / changed a bit.
> I've added basic templating to the letters, created html indexes, created
> rdf versions of the letters, correspondents and an endpoint. The endpoint
> has been validated against the W3 rdf validator but work remains to be done
> on url rewriting to tidy the urls up (the validator doesn't appear to have
> an issue with the current ones but it would be good to tidy them up). I've
> hidden the timeline until it is written, added a page for the schema for the
> purl link to refer to.
> I've registered http://purl.org/letter which currently points to the
> opencorrespondence.org site (until the latest changes go live and I'll alter
> it to point to the correct page).
> I still need to write a "get-involved" page, tidy up the parser (especially
> for the textReferred elements) and do the url rewrites but hopefully the
> project should now have enough for some experimentation when its downloaded
> and run. The PHP end point will be updated in due course.
> Rufus: can you update the current site with this version? Its a little less
> All best,
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