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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.
 
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 ==

Revision as of 13:00, 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.

Asaf Bartov.jpg

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

Interoperability should mean: maximal adherence to the ideal of total accessibility of data. Total accessibility means:

  • accessible in a variety of channels
  • accessible in a variety of protocols
  • accessible by a variety of users (including "random", unaffiliated users)
  • available for unanticipated [re-]use
  • accessible in small chunks (allow re-use of just one element/section)
  • tools are made available for re-use and improvement/extension by other practitioners.
  • collaboration with amateur and non-scholarly partners is welcome and appreciated. (e.g. Wikipedia, mass transcription communities, LibraryThing, Open Library, etc.)

It is understood that not all projects/groups can adhere to this ideal totally -- there are institutional, legal, and monetary concerns that may get in the way.