Open Source Critical Editions
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Friday, 22 September 2006
organised and supported by Methods Network, Perseus, and the Digital Classicist
This page is ongoing and interactive and may be edited by all organisers and participants of the Workshop.
See OSCE Programme. This will contain links to participants and positioning papers and discussion both before and affer the event itself.
See OSCE Abstract (this was the proposal that was submitted to the Methods Network committee in July and was formally granted funding in August 2006).
See OSCE Participants (confirmed participants with names and bios collaboratively contributed).
Ongoing discussions, events, and publications:
- [Changing the center of gravity]: the future of classical studies in cyberinfrastructure, October 5, 2007, University of Kentucky, Lexington
- What Do You Do With A Million Books, Imperial College Internet Centre, Friday March 14, 2008, London
- Gregory Crane, 'What Do You Do with a Million Books?', D.Lib magazine 12.3 (2006) [online]
- (Bodard/Garcés) 'Open Source Critical Editions: A Rationale', in edd. Deegan/Sutherland Text Editing, Print, and the Digital World, Ashgate Press (forthcoming 2008).
- (Garcés/Bodard) 'Technologies, Protocols, and Workflow for Open Source Critical Editions' in Digital Classicist volume (forthcoming)
(to be added)