rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Thu Dec 2 09:48:44 GMT 2010
On 2 December 2010 09:46, Rob Myers <rob at robmyers.org> wrote:
> "Hello and welcome to Theatricalia, a database of past and future theatre
> * Anyone can add a production if it’s not on the site, or fix mistakes.
> * Each place, person, and play has an RSS feed or email alert, so you can
> keep up to date with what something or someone is doing.
> * Search for a person, play, place, or part; or search for a location to
> find things near you.
> Theatricalia knows about 61,192 people being cast and crew in 257,395 rôles,
> in 19,097 productions of 10,376 plays at 1,542 places."
> This looks great. Does anyone know them? I checked the site and couldn't see
> any Open Data declaration, so I'll get in touch if nobody else has.
Yes, I know them this is done by Matthew Somerville (aka dracos) and I
remember him showing me an early prototype 1y+ ago and talking to him
about joining it up with http://openshakespeare.org/
Definitely worth pinging them about openness of data, perhaps using
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