[annotator-dev] Dedicated organization on Github for Annotator and associated code!
nick at whiteink.com
Thu Nov 22 20:07:22 UTC 2012
My initial inclination here would be to say no, but let's have a
community-managed website that collects all the work around Annotator in a
slightly more focused fashion than does the current GitHub wiki.
Lots of people link to Annotator where it currently is, and it's already
moved once. Let's not break all those links and all that "heritage" all
On Thu, Nov 22, 2012 at 4:52 PM, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org>wrote:
> Hi All,
> It's been great to see the growing use of annotator plus all the other
> related work.
> With this happening I wonder if it would be useful to boot a dedicated
> Github organization. (e.g. called annotateit)
> This organization could then be the home both for Annotator code (and
> the Store) and also, if other people wanted to, it could also be the
> home for other annotation related repos.
> The immediate advantage would be:
> * Clearer visibility both regarding codebases and a nicer grouping
> * Clearer visibility re "maintainers"
> * Easier provision of access
> What do people think?
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