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Interedition has gained quite some momentum. Our success is not just in networking many digital scholarly projects, and raising awareness of interoperability and sustainability issues in the scholarly community. Interedition is also producing actual models, tools and reference implementations proofing the concepts of interoperability and sustainability Interedition is aiming for.

A proof of concept for the microservices model is fully serviceable since 14 December 2012:

Much of the other results are still only roughly documented. On the wiki pages progress an results can be inferred from theĀ past and upcoming meetings and the related minutes and pages. For a nitty gritty detailed overview of the results refer to the minutes and pages connected to the different meetings on the web pages linked below. andĀ

Below is a skeleton of result areas and results that will be fleshed out over the coming months (April/May 2010).

  • Interoperability
    • Community Level
      • OSDC in the humanities
      • Ecology of projects: Juxta, Hermans, Munster, Faust, A32, Nines, Clarin/Dariah, SADE, TEI-c, etc. etc. etc. (Mindmap this?):
      • Connections to various other COST Actions: A32 (Open Scholarly Communities on the Web), IS1005 (Medieval Cultures and Technological Resources
        ), IS09101 (Wome Writers in History)
      • Road Map
    • Semantic level
      • Model for collation task
      • Model for modularizing scholarly tasks
      • Networking formats, standards, protocols: lightweight REST/JSON
    • Technical level
      • Web services model / architecture / REST/JSON
      • CollateX + spin off GUIs, pre and post processors