[Oa-italia] Call for DPLA Beta Sprint Submissions
J.C. DE MARTIN
demartin a polito.it
Ven 20 Maggio 2011 16:54:20 CEST
*Call for DPLA Beta Sprint Submissions*
The Digital Public Library of America
<http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/research/dpla> (DPLA) Steering Committee
seeks innovations from individuals, libraries, organizations, and others
that could play a part in the building of a digital public library.
Steering Committee Chair John Palfrey presents the DPLA Beta Sprint in
the following short video:
The Beta Sprint seeks, ideas, models, prototypes, technical tools, user
interfaces, etc.---put forth as a written statement, a visual display,
code, or a combination of forms---that demonstrate how the DPLA might
index and provide access to a wide range of broadly distributed content.
The Beta Sprint also encourages development of betas that suggest
alternative designs or that focus on particular parts of the system,
rather than on the DPLA as a whole.
While submissions should be consonant with the description of the DPLA
that is set forth in the four-page Concept Note
<http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/dpla/Concept_Note> posted on the DPLA
wiki, the notion is not that we expect anything to be "done," but rather
that submissions be expressive of a direction in which we might take the
Continua qui: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/dpla/
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