[open-literature] Annotation Sprint: the Return
ggb24 at cam.ac.uk
Sat Feb 26 15:05:53 UTC 2011
Don't let it swing things, but 19th would be much more convenient for me -
I could dedicate a much larger chunk of the day.
>I'm good for either the 12th or the 19th. We should finalize the date
>asap (you decide James) and then put up a blog post and an etherpad
>for participants to sign up on.
>Also any lessons we can learn from last time?
>On 22 February 2011 23:09, James Harriman-Smith <jh570 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Dear All, The last annotation sprint was a real success, racking up
>> many visits and several hundred annotations from all over the world. You
>> can listen to CamRadio's report on the event here:
>> http://www.camfm.co.uk/index.php?option=com_radioshows&view=showpage&task=displayshowpage&id=65 (you
>> can find us in the 6th February show) We also apppeared in The Cambridge
>> Student newspaper, but they don't seem to keep a web archive. I shall
>> look into this. Now, building on this success, we would like to announce
>> another sprint for... SATURDAY 19th MARCH Where: online, but probably
>> also a nice café in Cambridge too When: all-day If you're interested in
>> participating, drop me a message! James
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