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* http://www.antiquist.org/
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==Available:==
  
Antiquists is an online community of people working with computing in the heritage sector.
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* Website/blog: http://www.antiquist.org/
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* Google group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/antiquist
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==List managers==
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* Chris Puttick
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* Leif Isaksen
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* Tom Goskar
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* Stuart Eve
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* Graeme Earl
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* Andrew Larcombe
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* Kayt Armstrong
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==Description==
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'''Antiquist''' is an online community of people working with computing in the heritage sector.
 
It is primarily a communication network - a way to talk, argue, experiment, share ideas, and solve common problems.
 
It is primarily a communication network - a way to talk, argue, experiment, share ideas, and solve common problems.
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Antiquist members include archaeologists, museum professionals, historians, and other interested people.
 
Antiquist members include archaeologists, museum professionals, historians, and other interested people.
  
Antiquists has an open [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/antiquist mailing list]
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Antiquist has an open [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/antiquist mailing list] with online forum features, and as of Jan 2020 had approximately 430 subscribers.
  
[[category:Partners]]
 
 
[[category:Mailing lists]]
 
[[category:Mailing lists]]
 
[[category:cultural heritage]]
 
[[category:cultural heritage]]
 
[[category:associations]]
 
[[category:associations]]

Latest revision as of 16:26, 14 January 2020

Available:

List managers

  • Chris Puttick
  • Leif Isaksen
  • Tom Goskar
  • Stuart Eve
  • Graeme Earl
  • Andrew Larcombe
  • Kayt Armstrong

Description

Antiquist is an online community of people working with computing in the heritage sector. It is primarily a communication network - a way to talk, argue, experiment, share ideas, and solve common problems.

Antiquist members include archaeologists, museum professionals, historians, and other interested people.

Antiquist has an open mailing list with online forum features, and as of Jan 2020 had approximately 430 subscribers.