The code4lib planet aggregator has been given a facelift, and some new feeds have been added. If would like to have your blog aggregated please drop in irc, email the list or send a private email to ehs at pobox dot com.
Folks on the IRC channel #code4lib have geographically constrained themselves via the following map interface:
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Registration for Code4lib 2006 is OPEN Register early for a discount. Don't hesitate, or wait, or be late...register today!
So, code4lib'rs, what beer/s would you recommend?
If you don't maintain a blog, but want to, please feel free to use the blogging features in this drupal site to create a blog here at code4lib.org. Indeed feel free to create any story content or comments on this site as you see fit.
Call for proposals - Code4lib 2006
We are now accepting proposals for prepared talks for Code4lib 2006. Code4lib 2006 is a loosely structured conference for library technologists to commune, gather/create/share ideas and software, be inspired, and forge collaborations. It is also an outgrowth of the Access HackFest, wrapped into a conference-ish format. It is *the* event for technologists building digital libraries and digital information systems, tools, and software.
At least six time slots will be available for prepared talks. We will choose from among the proposals based on diversity of topics, usefulness, wow factor, and potential impact.
Wednesday, February 15
Thursday, February 16
code4lib 2006 is...
Panizzi's is a supybot who hangs out in #code4lib. To find out what plugins are available with @list. There are a lot of them:
11:36 < edsu> @list 11:36 < panizzi> edsu: Admin, Amazon, Anagram, Anonymous, AudioScrobbler, Babelfish, Band, Channel, Config, Currency, Debian, Dict, Dunno, Ebay, Etymology, Freenode, Fun, Gameknot, Google, Http, Insult, Internet, Karma, Later, Lookup, Markov, Misc, Network, Nickometer, Note, OCLC, OSU, Observer, Owner, Praise, Python, Quote, QuoteGrabs, RSS, Relay, Seen, Services, ShrinkUrl,
pwyky served us well, and the old wiki is still available....but we all decided it was time to move on to something a bit more featureful. We were trying to conduct a vote using pwyky, and the lack of locking and made the process a bit tricky :-)
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