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Developer Hack-Meet and Get Together

As part of a forthcoming workshop about annotation (http://iannotate.org/2014), we're having two developer days for interested software developers and designers to come together to work on related projects in order to foster interoperability and collaboration between them. If you are developing annotation tools, this is a great opportunity to meet like-minded makers. Developers from many of the major Open Annotation projects will be here in SF and participating.

If you'd like to come for the entire conference, please register at http://iannotate.org/2014.  If you'd just like to attend the developer meetup, you can simply click to attend this event in the usual way above.

Hope to see you here!

Dan, Randall, Nick, Jamie, Andrew, Jake, Kristof, Gergely and many others from the annotation community.

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  • Jack P.

    @Sarah, violent agreement!

    April 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks so much for the time and support! Really friendly crowd.

    April 6, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    at I Annotate conference & hack-meet, I'm interested to possibly present and/or work on my project Social Scholar (@SocSchol). Also, invite you to check it out and comment, discuss, suggest, anytime before or after. The Social Scholar project is to explore and prototype a Twitter-like interest-graph platform & tools for science & scholarly communication, including as channel for annotative activity. It builds on a number of other iniatives such as OStatus, ORCID, my work on Twitter tools/archiving, and that of Zhiwu Xie & Herbert van der Sompel on "Poor Man's Social Network" architecture.

    For more information, see on the Twitter https://twitter.com/SocSchol or the project doc at http://bit.ly/socialscholar-doc.
    thanks, Tim. ---
    Tim McCormick, Palo Alto
    @tmccormick tjm.org

    February 13, 2014

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