- James Harriman-Smith (JHS)
- Sam Leon (SL)
- Anna Powell-Smith (APS)
- Laura James (LJ)
- Pat Lockley (PL)
- Iain Emsley (IE)
- Etienne Posthumus (EP)
- Rufus Pollock (RP)
- Laura Newman (LN)
- JISC Textus: Start of work?
- OpenBiblio: Update
- Open Shakespeare spring clean
- Shape of the year? Events in the summer, OKCON, etc.
- EP: Email the lsit with information about Annotated books online, and Utrecht University’s projects – integration with TEXTUS?
- PL: Investigate links
- RP: Fix Open Shakespeare concordancer: https://github.com/okfn/shakespeare/issues
- JHS: Exemplary OH websites on blog posts
- JHS: Investigate summer meet-up possibilities…
- JHS: Re-post draft Principles for Open Humanities on mailing list, meant as a version of Open Science’s Panton Principles
- JG: respond to: IE: @JG Can the Open Correspondence project come under the general platform as well?
- ???: Curate humanities resources on Data Hub…
- ???: Put MOT data here: http://thedatahub.org
- (From PL): Anyone interested in wikipedia and/or economics: Contact Martin Poulter about questions @mlpoulter on twitter
Pat Lockley’s projects:
@Pat (RP): machine readable shakespeare texts …
Domesday Map Update
- http://domesdaymap.co.uk — Wikimedia interested in using as source for Wikipedia articles, Wikisource for folios
- wikimedia + OKFN event coming up as mentioned http://www.meetup.com/OpenKnowledgeFoundation/London-GB/472892/
- PL: Martin Poulter might be interested in this (see actions)
- Currently in mid-hack…
- Introduction to Henry VIII
- New WOTD
- 300th follower
- Sub-meeting decides on:
- Logging issues on github
- Fix for concordancer issue, discussion re: jscript and CMS plugins
- (see actions…)
Home page: * http://wiki.okfn.org/Projects/Textus
- a JISC project running for 6 month projects with JISC funding, starting 1 Feb 2012, in collaboration with Goldsmiths “JISC TEXTUS”
- project driven by academic needs with close collaboration with a research group
- integration of existing tools into a platform researchers are using, rather than development of new code.
- Creating a platform demonstrating key functionality as a prototype for future TEXTUS:
- lots more coming eg EU call in spring?
- The merging of Shakespeare/Literature platform with Jonathan’s published long term vision
- http://weavinghistory.org/ will now use this
- Annotator: http://github.com/okfn/annotator
- WordPress: …
- Scripto …
- http://github.com/okfn/pybossa – micro-tasking framework
- BibServer: http://github.com/okfn/bibserver
IE: @JG Can the Open Correspondence project come under the general platform as well?
Events for Open Humanities
- Summer get-to-know-Open-Humanities event/hackday
- Similar to http://thatcamp.org/ ?
- EP: Maybe in conjunction with a scheduled event.