print.crimes at yatterings.com
Wed Jul 6 16:32:29 UTC 2011
Just on way out but this all sounds excellent. I like the logo - any one
BTW, I tend to use #opencorrespondence on Twitter but I'll start adding
the other tags in to any relevant tweets.
On 06/07/2011 12:47, James Harriman-Smith wrote:
> On 5 July 2011 18:04, print.crimes <print.crimes at yatterings.com
> <mailto:print.crimes at yatterings.com>> wrote:
> Hi James,
> Hope that OKCon was good. Sorry couldn't make it but deadlines at
> work, and some unexpected 'surprises', meant that I'd cancelled
> all hopes of going this year.
> OKCon was fun. It's a pity that you could not make it: there was even
> an 'Open Hardware' talk. Many of the conference proceedings are slowly
> appearing on okcon.org/2011 <http://okcon.org/2011> now, though.
> Having a shared blog would help give the community some cohesion
> and a focal point for news and updates. It might be good to have
> the Open Shakespeare trac (which I'm pretty sure now has
> Correspondence and Milton tasks (I'm slightly behind schedule on
> some of those then :-[ )) linked off to make it a more central
> resource. I know that Shakespeare is the biggest project but
> perhaps we could come up with a more generic image or even logo
> for the openliterature site?
> I'm currently working on a generic image (an early draft attached to
> this email), and will try and turn it into a logo very soon.
> As for the trac, there are now wg.openliterature and
> project.openshakespeare components; perhaps project.openmilton,
> I don't know if you agree but perhaps each project could have a
> page on the wiki as an overview / introduction as well as a piece
> about literature and openness.
> The wiki is a good idea for now, and will probably act as a place to
> draft ideas for the final texts on the open literature site. I'll post
> a url when I have it.
> We might also start linking to useful tools, like the annotater,
> off a tools page on the wiki? Something that may be worth thinking
> aloud about on the list would be what tools would be useful and
> can we either find them under suitable licenses or think about
> developing them or encouraging their being relicensed?
> Agreed. Will get on to this.
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