Past meetings

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The Hague, 21-24 November 2012

Interedition Bootcamp #13: A Domain Specific Language for Text Modeling.

Leuven, 6-7 September 2012

COMSt / Interedition training school and bootcamp

Hamburg, 15 - 18 July 2012

Interedition Bootcamp #12: Collaborative Aspects

Leuven, 2 - 3 April 2012

Workshop Methods and means for digital analysis of ancient and medieval texts and manuscripts. Organized throuhg KU Leuven, COMST, and Interedition.



The Hague, 20 March 2012

Management Committee Meeting

The Hague, 19 - 21 March 2012

Interedition Bootcamp #10

The Hague, 19 - 20 March 2012

Interedition Symposium: Scholarly Digital Editions, Tools and Infrastructure

Interedition (An Interoperable Supranational Infrastructure for Digital Editions) organized a symposium as a last event in the series funded through a [Action]. The symposium was held in conjunction with a bootcamp and Management Committee meeting, from 19-20 March 2011. Venue was the [Institute for the History of The Netherlands] (Huygens ING, [Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences]) The Hague, The Netherlands.

Leuven, 11 - 14 January 2012

9th Interedition Bootcamp, on Text Analysis

Cologne, 28 - 29 November 2011

Tools for Digital Scholarly Editions – Building the Community of Digital Humanities Software Developers, Köln 28./29.11.2011:

Würzburg, 7 - 11 October 2011

8th Interedition Bootcamp, on Transcription and Annotation: Interedition organized a Development Bootcamp for the 8th time, which took place from 7 October to 11 October 2011 at the Universität Würzburg, coinciding with the start of the TEI-meeting ( which also took place there. Interedition thus offered a good occasion for members of both groups to confer on the subject of interoperability. A special Think Tank was organized for this on 12 October. For further details see Würzburg2011.

Würzburg, 12 October 2011

A Half Day Think Tank was connectec to Interedition's 8th Bootcamp, offering TEI members and Interedition members to meet and discuss issues of interoperability. The Think Tank was aptly called #teifuture #an_interoperability_perspective. More info: call and resulting pitches (statements) on interoperability.

Oxford, 24 - 25 Augustus

Bamboo - Interedition meet up. Microservice platform discussion. Comparison to Bamboo's proto-DSL.

Charlottesville, 8 - 11 July 2011

Interedition invited to Bamboo/MITH Juxta/Nines hackathon.

Dublin, 4 - 8 July 2011

Digital Humanities Observatory and Trinity College Dublin are delighted to announce a five day summer school, ‘From Metadata to Linked Data’, a joint Irish Research Council for Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS) / COST (Interedition) training school. The Summer School will feature seminars in the morning and hands-on workshops in the afternoon. The week will be dedicated to exploring the theories, methods, and tools to create a technology-enabled, distant approach to reading. Distant reading, a term coined by the Stanford-based literary critic, Franco Moretti, relies on computational methods to generate abstract models to 'read' large textual corpora. In his 2006 article entitled 'What do you do with a Million Books', Greg Crane gave the digital humanities community a shorthand for reading in the modern age. His article points toward a number of exciting possibilities for a paradigm shift in humanities scholarship but realizing this ambition has proven more difficult than theorizing it.

See Summer Institute: From Metadata to Linked Data for more information.

Birmingham, 7 June - 9 June 2011

From the 7th to the 9th of June 2011 a meeting of Working Group 2 ('Prototyping') was held at Birmingham University, courtesty of ITSEE, the Institute of Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing. Scholars from ITSEE in Birmingham and INTF in Münster have been collating manuscript transcriptions with Collate2 since 1997 and still are using it. The purpose of this meeting was to bring these users together with CollateX developers in order to test, improve and implement CollateX, in particular to create a browser based interface for collating manuscript witnesses.

CollateX is a new object-oriented and open source application for collating textual sources, for example, to produce a critical apparatus. CollateX is led by Ronald Haentjens Dekker from the Huygens Institute, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, but has also had contributions from several individuals and institutions under the umbrella of the European initiative "Interedition". (Get the CollateX source code from Launchpad.)

The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing, University of Birmingham, researches manuscript traditions and produces electronic editions, current projects include the International Greek New Testament Project and the Birmingham Virtual Manuscript Room. (Read More about ITSEE.)

The Institute for New Testament Textual Research, University of Münster, produces several New Testament editions and online tools for New Testament Scholarship. (Read more about INTF.)

Darmstadt, 28 February - 4 March 2011

The 6th Interedition on interoperability and light weight infrastructures for digital scholarship ran from 28 February to 4 March 2011. The bootcamp was being organized by a joint group from Technische Universität Darmstadt and the Universität Trier.

The primary objective of the bootcamp was the development of prototypes for interoperable ‘microservice’ tools for text scholarship and digital editions. Another important objective was to give developers and early stage researchers an opportunity to meet and share their own projects and experiences with tool interoperability in textual scholarship.

See Darmstadt Bootcamp for more information.

Pisa, 23-24 November 2010

  • Interedition is calling a Management Committee meeting in Pisa (venue: CNR) on Tuesday 23 November 2010. This Management Committee meeting is adjoining the 2010 Conference of the European Society for Textual Scholarship (ESTS, see:
  • Joint meeting of Working Groups 1, 2 and 3 on the morning of Wednesday 24 November 2010 to coordinate and agree on the different proof of concept developments, funding possibilities and various other initiatives being undertaking in those Working Groups. (Venue: CNR.)
  • Meet up with the stemmatologists of the ESF COMSt project ( on the afternoon of Wednesday 24 November 2010. This meeting will focus on tool development for digital textual scholarship that is related to both Interedition and COMST and to look for possible mutual opportunities for research and development: the aim is to elucidate the questions, aims, methods and results of both groups, and find common ways forward. (Venue: CNR.)


Leuven, 25 and 26 October 2010

At the COMSt workshop in Leuven ( Interedition presented its cause and results for an audience of classical and near Eastern scholars on the verge of getting involved with digital techniques and methodology.

Poznan, 20 and 21 October 2010

At the Polish National Digital Library Conference ( the Chair of the Action delivered a key note on Interedition and the 'Digital Scholarly Edition 2.0'

Jerusalem, 6 and 7 October 2010

Workshop / Training School, 6 October 2010 - 7 October 2010 on ‘Structures, Tools and Ideas for Scholarly Digital Editions’ at the Israel National Library in Jerusalem.

Munich, 28 September - 2 October 2010

Bootcamp 5 of Interedition in München. 28 September 2010 - 2 October 2010. See München Bootcamp

London, 9 July, 2010

An impromptu meeting of the Management Committee took place at King's College London at DH2010, on Friday 9 July. The agenda and minutes can be found here: London-2010-07

Firenze, April 2010

A Management Committee meeting was planned in Florence on Monday April 19th 2010. Local organizer was the Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale in Firenze. However, this meeting had to be cancelled due to the closing of most of Europe's air space because of the volcanic ash from Iceland.

Firenze, 12 - 19 April 2010

In April 2010, an 4th Interedition development boot camp took place in Florence. For more information, see FlorenceBootcamp.

Brussels, 18 and 19 November, 2009

Ahead of the ESTS conference on 18-19 November a workshop on 'Current Issues in Digital Text Collation' took place in Brussels, organized by Dirk Van Hulle of the Antwerp University. The program and report are found here: Brussels-2010-11.

Birmingham, 22 - 25 September, 2009

There was an InterEdition meeting coinciding with other ITSEE workshops in Birmingham. After workshops on 22/23 September, an open meeting was held on 24 September with a Working Group meeting held on the 25th. Information at: Birmingham-2009-09 (See also: JISCCOSTToolsWorkshop)

Gothenburg, 24 - 27 May, 2009

Meet up with COST Action A32 and 3rd developer's bootcamp, the foundation of the collation process work flow were laid here.

Dublin, 5 - 9 May, 2009

We held another developer's bootcamp, primarily focused on continuing the work that we had begun in Pisa. On 6 May a parallel meeting of Working Group 1 (European Dimension) was held; minutes of that meeting are available at Dublin-2009-05.
Local organiser: Susan Schreibman

Pisa, 10 - 13 March, 2009

We held a developer's bootcamp, ending in a reflection meeting from the 10-13 March 2009 in Pisa, at the CNR. This was designed to give the developers a chance to start working on the prototypes in a concentrated manner.
Local organiser: Andrea Bozzi

More information on what happened at this meeting is available at Pisa-2009-03

Birmingham, 24 and 25 September, 2008

We held a Joint Working Group Meeting of all working groups on 24 and 25 September in Birmingham, at the ITSEE. This was an organisational meeting to decide and set out the work plans for each of the working groups.
Local organiser: Peter Robinson

More information on what happened at this meeting is available at Birmingham-2008-09

Oulu, 28 June, 2008

We held a Working Group Meeting (primarily for Working Group 1, 'European Dimension') on the 28 June in Oulu, Finland. It was planned to dovetail with the Digital Humanities 2008 Conference in Oulu. The purpose of the meeting was to present the Action to a wider public audience, attract new members to the Action, and to generally advocate for the Action, as this is the primary conference that attracts a large number of the research community involved in digital scholarly editing which is the primary research audience for this Action.

More information on what happened at this meeting is available at Oulu-2008-06