Submitted by edsu on Fri, 2009-02-20 04:27
code4lib2010 venue voting has begun and will close 4:30 PM EST on Wednesday, February 25th.
Submitted by jbrinley on Mon, 2009-02-16 19:22
Submitted by rtennant on Thu, 2009-01-29 21:37
The ad hoc Code4Lib Logo committee (Ranti Junus, Emily Molanphy and Roy Tennant) is pleased to announce the new Code4Lib logo designed by Stephanie Brinley of Adelie Design. The logo web page links to all the various derivatives and versions, as well as guidelines for use. Those who are curious about the process can read about it at the logo design process page.
Those interested in the same project/problem can hang out in a space together for 70 minute blocks. Generally the person who suggests the topic will take on the role as moderator to begin and moderate the discussion. Anyone can propose a breakout session - please think about whether you would want a session to be held on Tuesday or Wednesday, depending on the order of talks and who you hope will attend. There are five rooms available each day, including the large meeting room, and we will route different proposed sessions to the different rooms depending on a quick show-of-hands survey just before each one begins.
This page will list any sessions proposed before the conference itself, but there will also be flip charts outside the meeting room where more sessions can be proposed.
Tuesday breakout sessions
- OCLC Grid Services - Don Hamparian
Wednesday breakout sessions
If you have an idea for a breakout topic, you can add it here or email email@example.com.
- Blacklight - Blacklight Team
- Get out your glow in the dark necklaces, let's party!
- Drupal - Cary Gordon
- I am open to doing this any time on the 24th or 25th, or possibly over lunch on the 26th.
- Jangle - Ross Singer
- More in-depth how to make Jangle connectors and how to use Jangliflied data in other applications. Also brainstorming on what would be good candidates to target development on as well as a general gauge of interest in participation.
- Summon - Andrew Nagy
- A view of the Serials Solutions's Summon Service and it's API
The Code4Lib Conference Planning Group is putting out a call for proposals to host the 2010 Code4Lib Conference. Information on the kind of venue we seek and the delineation of responsibilities between the host organization and the Planning Group can be found at the conference hosting web page.
The deadline for proposals is Thursday, February 12, 2009. The decision will be made over the course of the following weeks by a popular vote. Voting will begin on Thursday, February 19th and will continue through the first three days of Code4Lib 2009 until 11:59PM Pacific on Wednesday, February 25th. The results of the vote will be announced on Thursday, February 26th, the final day of Code4Lib 2009. You can apply by making your pitch to the Code4Lib Conference Planning list; attention to the criteria listed on the conference hosting page is appreciated. May the best site win!
Brown University and Oregon State University are proud to announce the recipients of the four 2009 Code4lib Conference Gender Diversity and Minority Scholarships.
Lauren Ko is the recipient of one of the 2009 Code4lib Gender Diversity Scholarships. Lauren has a BA in Computer Science and a recent (2008) Master's in Information Sciences. She is currently Web Archiving Programmer at the University of North Texas Libraries.
Joanna DiPasquale is the recipient of one of the 2009 Code4lib Gender Diversity Scholarships. Joanna is a Web Developer at Columbia University Libraries. She has undergraduate degrees in Applied Mathematics and History and is currently pursuing an MLS at Rutgers University.
Andreas Orphanides is the recipient of one of the 2009 Code4lib Minority Scholarships. Andreas is a Libraries Fellow at North Carolina State University Libraries. He has a BA in Mathematics from Oberlin and a recent (2008) MLS from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Yu-Jie Chen is the recipient of one of the 2009 Code4lib Minority Scholarships. Yu-Jie is Integrated Library Systems Librarian at Loudoun County Public Library in Leesburg, VA. She has a BA in English and History from National Chnegchi University and an MLS from University of Maryland.
And the winner is ...
Submission #13, Design by Yohanes Sandy (About the design)
The designs are in! VOTE VOTE VOTE for your favorites before January 31, 2009 11:59 PM EST!
The design is for the front of the t-shirt, with a one-color printing. Designs were accepted by firstname.lastname@example.org until Monday, January 19th.
Designs from previous years:
Original submission files are linked with "Submission #" and at the bottom of this page.
Submission #1A, Design by Genny Engel
Submission #1B, Design by Genny Engel
Submission #2, Design by Kevin S. Clarke
Submission #3, Design by Kevin S. Clarke
Submission #4A, Design by Kevin S. Clarke
Submission #4B, Design by Kevin S. Clarke
Submission #4C, Design by Kevin S. Clarke
Submission #5, Design by Kevin S. Clarke
Submission #6, Design by Kevin S. Clarke
Submission #7A, Design by Kent R. Duque
Submission #7B, Design by Kent R. Duque
Submission #8, Design by Devon Smith
Submission #9, Design by Ethan Gruber
Submission #10, Design by Sean Hannan
View full size for the intended effect.
Submission #11A, Design by Gianluca Drago
Submission #11B, Design by Gianluca Drago
Submission #12A, Design by Lorenzo Drago, 11-year-old son of Gianluca Drago
Submission #12B, Design by Lorenzo Drago, 11-year-old son of Gianluca Drago
Submission #13, Design by Yohanes Sandy (About the design)
Submission #14, Design by Jon Gorman
Submitted by edsu on Wed, 2008-12-17 21:16
code4lib2009 registration is OPEN! Early registration ends on January 29th, but it's unlikely there will be spots open till then, so reserve yours soon...it's $125 for 4 days of learning, collaborating, and fun.
Submitted by ejlynema on Mon, 2008-12-15 22:16
We're excited to announce the publication of the fifth issue of the Code4Lib Journal. Check out our 1 year anniversary issue! And with the upcoming Code4Lib conference, don't forget to scroll down to the bottom for Noel Peden's special report on what it takes to get good conference video.
Submitted by rtennant on Fri, 2008-12-05 21:39
If you're active in Code4Lib and you'll be attending ALA Midwinter in Denver in January, put this on your meeting calendar:
LITA Town Hall Meeting, Monday, January 26, 8:00am - 10:00am (includes breakfast!)