[open-bibliography] OKFN blog: Bibliographica, an Introduction

William Waites william.waites at okfn.org
Thu May 20 21:11:26 BST 2010

Blog post introducing Bibliographica and giving some background
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Bibliographica, an Introduction
May 20th, 2010

It's time to talk a bit about Bibliographica
<http://bibliographica.org/>, a new project of the Open Knowledge
Bibliographica is designed to make it easier for scholars and
researchers to share and collect information about work in their field.
It provides an open source software platform to create and share
semantically rich information about publications, authors and their works.

As readers of the Open Knowledge Foundation blog will know we have a
long-standing interest in open bibliographic data - from our efforts
starting in 2005 to build a database of public domain works
<http://www.publicdomainworks.net/>, our coordination of the response to
the Library of Congress' Future of Bibliographic Control (2007)
<http://blog.okfn.org/2007/12/19/response-to-the-future-of-bibliographic-control-draft-from-the-library-of-congress/> and
the recent creation of a new working group
<http://blog.okfn.org/2010/03/03/new-working-group-on-open-bibliographic-data/> onopen
bibliographic data <http://wiki.okfn.org/wg/bibliography> in March this

William Waites           <william.waites at okfn.org>
Mob: +44 789 798 9965    Open Knowledge Foundation
Fax: +44 131 464 4948                Edinburgh, UK

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