[open-literature] Open Letters work
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Tue May 18 17:04:19 BST 2010
Yes definitely -- it's in the diary!
Speak on Friday.
On Mon, May 17, 2010 at 8:55 PM, print.crimes
<print.crimes at yatterings.com> wrote:
> Hi Jonathan ,
> I would be up for doing a blog post, I was trying to aim for getting the
> initial port done before doing anything else. Are we still up for the chat
> on Friday evening and talk then about it?
> On 17/05/2010 11:42, Jonathan Gray wrote:
>> This sounds fantastic Iain!
>> I can't remember what we decided last time we spoke -- but would you
>> be up for doing a guest blog post for a general audience giving an
>> overview of what you're doing with the letters project, what you've
>> done so far and where you're hoping to get to etc.
>> What do you think?
>> All the best,
>> On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 7:02 PM, print.crimes
>> <print.crimes at yatterings.com> wrote:
>>> I've been working on the open letters code and have added / changed a
>>> I've added basic templating to the letters, created html indexes, created
>>> rdf versions of the letters, correspondents and an endpoint. The endpoint
>>> has been validated against the W3 rdf validator but work remains to be
>>> on url rewriting to tidy the urls up (the validator doesn't appear to
>>> an issue with the current ones but it would be good to tidy them up).
>>> hidden the timeline until it is written, added a page for the schema for
>>> purl link to refer to.
>>> I've registered http://purl.org/letter which currently points to the
>>> opencorrespondence.org site (until the latest changes go live and I'll
>>> it to point to the correct page).
>>> I still need to write a "get-involved" page, tidy up the parser
>>> for the textReferred elements) and do the url rewrites but hopefully the
>>> project should now have enough for some experimentation when its
>>> and run. The PHP end point will be updated in due course.
>>> Rufus: can you update the current site with this version? Its a little
>>> All best,
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