Troy Griffits Wuerzburg2011

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1. Please state your affiliation

University of Münster, Institut für Neutestamentliche Textforschung

2. What value did you get from attending the bootcamp, what were your coding results?

Shared our intention to harness OpenSocial gadget technologies to enable collaboration between Institutes and demoed our work thus far.

Learned about Open Annotation and started adapting our Annotation gadget to use an Open Annotation service developed at the bootcamp.

Shared in development of new general gadgets and services for visualizing relationship trees from 'DOT' files, displaying SVG, showing text traditions catalog, and showing a variants grid.

Talked through single federated signon with others and worked on OAuth security for backend services.

Networked with other developers doing very similar work and exchanged ideas and learned about how others are solving problems similar to mine.

3. Please provide links (if available) to...

 a) On line sources (sourceforge, github etc.)

 b) On line documentation  
 c) Project web sites

(NOTE: These need not actually be sources resulting from the bootcamp only, it can also be sources of software you demoed or talked about during the bootcamp.)

4. Successful integrations...

 a) Who did you work/develop with during the bootcamp? 

Tara Andrews, Joris van Zundert, Asaf Bartov, Doug Reside, Gregor Middell

 b) What code or knowledge did you reuse? 

Tara's text transmission model and Joris' javascript to display the same; Asaf's annotation service and knowledge as he helped me debug our integration with their Open Annotation service; Doug's use of SeaDragon for image display; Gregor's recommendation and help with Spring Security for OAuth authentication for services.

5. Any recommendations for future bootcamps?

No, it was great!