[open-literature] Open Literature Bulletin

print.crimes print.crimes at yatterings.com
Fri Jul 29 15:49:53 UTC 2011


I should be. I'll put it in the diary. I think you've got my Skype address.

Have a good weekend and talk then.
On 29/07/2011 16:16, James Harriman-Smith wrote:
> Good afternoon everyone,
> News this week:
> - TextCamp registration is going well. If you're free on 13th August, 
> why not come along? Please note that the venue is now TBC: 
> http://textcamp2011.eventbrite.com
> - Four new words this week for all: quail, magic, garter and elephant: 
> http://openshakespeare.org/word
> - New button on Open Literature and Open Shakespeare: 5 ways to help 
> out in 5 minutes: http://openliterature.net/five-ways
> - Using the annotateit API and Scribus, there is now a mock-up 'open 
> critical edition' of Hamlet online: http://bit.ly/qaDLHd
> - Welcome to our new volunteers!
> Some things that you might like to do:
> * Join us for a chat on Skype (I'll host: james.harriman.smith) at 5pm 
> UTC on Monday 1st August - @Ian: are you free then?
> (6pm in the UK, 7pm in Western Europe, 1pm in Massachusetts)
> * Email your comments on our mock-up edition of Hamlet to this list: 
> http://bit.ly/qaDLHd
> * Comment on / email observations about the state of our application 
> to Inventare il Futuro: http://bit.ly/qrPb0r
> * Tell me whether you think  a print-on-demand edition of word of the 
> day articles as a 'Shakespeare A-Z' would be a good idea / promotional 
> tool for Open Shakespeare.
> Have a good weekend,
> James
> P.S. This mail will be archived at 
> http://openliterature.net/category/minutes

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