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== Pisa, 10 - 13 March, 2009
  
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We held a developer's bootcamp followed 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.
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Local organiser: Andrea Bozzi
  
== Birmingham, 24 and 25 September 2008 ==
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More information on what happened at this meeting is available at [[Pisa-2008-03]]
  
Joint Working Group Meeting of all working groups.
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== Birmingham, 24 and 25 September, 2008 ==
Local organizer: Peter Robinson.
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Meeting place and address:
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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.
ITSEE (Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing)
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Local organiser: Peter Robinson
University of Birmingham,
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Elmfield House, Selly Oak Campus
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Birmingham B29 6LQ
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United Kingdom
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More information on what happened at this meeting is available at [[Birmingham-2008-09]]
 
More information on what happened at this meeting is available at [[Birmingham-2008-09]]
  
  
==Oulu, 28 June 2008 ==
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==Oulu, 28 June, 2008 ==
  
'''COST Action no ISO704 'Interedition' <br>
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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.
Work Group Meeting (Work Group 1, 'European Dimension'), In accordance with the decision at the MC Kickoff Meeting on the 16th of April, 2008 (Brussels) to plan for a preparatory planning and budgetting meeting in Work Group 1.'''
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* Additional Information
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We planned this meeting to dovetail with the Digital Humanities 2008 Conference in Oulu (Finland). This conference is an excellent occasion for Work Group 1 ('European Dimension') to execute its mission to present this new Action to a wider public and attract new Actions to sign, to attract WG Members 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 this Action aims for.
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More information on what happened at this meeting is available at [[Oulu-2008-06]]
 
More information on what happened at this meeting is available at [[Oulu-2008-06]]

Revision as of 11:20, 13 March 2009

== Pisa, 10 - 13 March, 2009

We held a developer's bootcamp followed 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-2008-03

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