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== About me ==
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I work for the Wikimedia Foundation.  In the past, have consulted for the National Library of Israel.  I run a hebrew public domain '''text repository''' (resembling Project Gutenberg).  I am a trained software developer, and enjoy hacking on free and open source software.
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== Affiliation ==
 
== Affiliation ==
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Wikimedia Foundation; Project Ben-Yehuda
  
Very short background. (For this it is most important I think, to think about which part, which stake holder in digital textual scholarship you are representing or associating with. For this pitch you should regard yourself as the 'ambassador' for that particular field, domain, institutional part etc. of the wider textual scholarship arena.)
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I can represent:
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* ''non-scholarly'' textual repositories and amateur digital libraries
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* Wikipedia
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* open source developers interested in developing and sharing tools
  
 
== Your Pitch ==
 
== Your Pitch ==
 
This is the meat: try to express what you think interoperability means to us. What is its use. Is it useful? How should we achieve it? You may purposely be provocative.
 
This is the meat: try to express what you think interoperability means to us. What is its use. Is it useful? How should we achieve it? You may purposely be provocative.

Revision as of 12:50, 12 October 2011

Asaf Bartov

About me

I work for the Wikimedia Foundation. In the past, have consulted for the National Library of Israel. I run a hebrew public domain text repository (resembling Project Gutenberg). I am a trained software developer, and enjoy hacking on free and open source software.

[Picture]

Affiliation

Wikimedia Foundation; Project Ben-Yehuda

I can represent:

  • non-scholarly textual repositories and amateur digital libraries
  • Wikipedia
  • open source developers interested in developing and sharing tools

Your Pitch

This is the meat: try to express what you think interoperability means to us. What is its use. Is it useful? How should we achieve it? You may purposely be provocative.