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== Birmingham, 24 and 25 September 2008 ==
 
Joined Working Group Meeting.<br>
 
Local organizer: Peter Robinson.
 
  
'''Meeting place and address:'''<br>
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The next meeting is planned for Dublin in May.  
ITSEE (Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing)<br>
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University of Birmingham,<br>
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Elmfield House, Selly Oak Campus<br>
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Birmingham B29 6LQ<br>
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United Kingdom
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== General program ==
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'''Wednesday September 24th, 2008'''
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* 10.00 – 12.00 Working Group 1 'European Dimension' meeting
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* 13.00 – 18.00 Working Group 3 'Strategic IT recommendations' meeting
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'''Thursday September 25th, 2008'''
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* 10.00 – 15.00 Working Group 2 'Prototype' meeting
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* 16.00 – 17.00 Working Group 4 'Roadmap' meeting
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== Agenda Working Group 1, European Dimension ==
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September 24th, 2008 (10.00 – 12.00)
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Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam
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* Preliminary agenda
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1. Welcome & appointment of minutes-taker<br>
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2. Adoption of agenda<br>
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3. Report and News by the Working Group leader<br>
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4. Report on existing surveys and planning additional surveys<br>
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5. Website, content and function (e.g. polling)<br>
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6. Connecting to other projects<br>
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7. Planning & Action List<br>
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8. Time and place of next meeting<br>
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9. Any Other Business<br>
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10. Closing
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* Preliminary list of participants
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Mrs. Karina van Dalen-Oskam (NL | WG1 Leader, MC Member)<br>
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Mr. Edward Vanhoutte (B | MC Vice Chair, WG1 Member)<br>
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Mr. Marin Dacos (F | WG1 Member)<br>
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Mr. Malte Rehbein (IRL | WG1 Member, MC Member)<br>
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Mr. Eric Zimmerman (ISR)
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** Additional Information
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Working Group 1, 'European Dimension' is concerned with gathering and disseminating information on digital scholarly edition creation and research as broadly as possible from the wider European Union domain. For the Birmingham meeting we hope that a number of interested partners will want to create a plan to produce:
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* an overview of existing surveys and studies on digital scholarly editing and interoperability
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* a list of key research organizations and researchers that should be consulted to further the aim of 'Interedition'
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* a list of key (virtual) research and organizational communities and channels through which 'Interedition' should disseminate its ideas and results
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* a table of contents for an 'Interedition' website
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[[MinutesWG1Birmingham]]
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== Agenda Working Group 2, Prototyping ==
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September 25th, 2008 (10.00 – 15.00)
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Chair: Peter Robinson
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* Preliminary agenda
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1. Welcome & appointment of minutes-taker<br>
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2. Adoption of agenda<br>
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3. Report and News by the Working Group leader<br>
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on the progress of Prototype 1 (Collation tool)<br>
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4. Proposed list of themes for next prototypes<br>
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5. Selection and outlines of Prototype 2<br>
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6. Discussion on functional requirements of prototypes 1 & 2<br>
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7. Define process for cooperative research and development<br>
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8. Establish plan and planning for STSM's<br>
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9. Time and place of next meeting<br>
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10. Any Other Business<br>
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11. Closing
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* Preliminary list of participants
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Mr. Peter Robinson (UK | WG2 Leader, MC Member)<br>
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Mr. Ronald Haentjens Dekker (NL | WG2 Member)<br>
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Mr. Andrea Scotti (I | WG2 Member, MC Member)<br>
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Mr. Stefan Buedenbender (D | WG2 Member)<br>
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Mr. Michael Leuk (D | WG2 Member)
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** Additional Information
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Working Group 2, 'Prototype' will be committed to producing the proof-of-concept web services and tools accompanying the ideas and concepts that 'Interedition' will develop. This Birmingham Working Group meeting will be aimed at:
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* defining the thematic functionality for the prototype(s) to be build in the 2008/2009 period
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* identifying the partners that want to build (parts) of the prototype(s)
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* designing a work plan for cooperative building of the prototype(s)
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[[MinutesWG2Birmingham]]
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== Agenda Working Group 3, Strategic IT Recommendations ==
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September 24th, 2008 (13.00 – 18.00)
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Chair: Fotis Jannidis
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* Preliminary agenda
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1. Welcome & appointment of minutes-taker <br>
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2. Adoption of agenda <br>
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3. Report and News by the Working Group leader <br>
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4. Evaluate and accumulate results of WG1 surveys <br>
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5. Discussion on methodological aspects of digital scholarly editing  <br>
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6. Discussion on conditions (like formats, standards, protocols) to be applied to prototypes and/or derived applications and products <br>
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7. Planning /Action List <br>
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8. Time and place of next meeting <br>
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9. Any Other Business <br>
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10. Closing
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* Preliminary list of participants
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Mr. Fotis Jannidis (D | WG3 Leader, MC Member) <br>
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Mr. Dino Buzzetti (I | WG3 Member) <br>
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Mr. James Cummings (UK | WG3 Member) <br>
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Mr. Terje Hillesund (N | WG3 Member, MC Member) <br>
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Mr. Dirk van Hulle (B | WG3 Member, MC Member) <br>
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Mrs. Susan Schreibman (I | WG3 Member, MC Member) <br>
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Mr. Jacob Thaisen (P | External Expert) <br>
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Mr. Federico Meschini (UK | WG3 Member) <br>
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Mr. Paul Spence (UK)
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** Additional Information
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Working Group 3 should be committed to providing the methodological and theoretical underpinnings for 'Interedition'. Although the 'IT' in the naming of the Working Group might suggest otherwise, we specifically mean this Working Group to be the place where IT-experts listen to experts in scholarly editing, to be able to express the primary tasks involved in scholarly editing in technical functional requirements and specifications. In the Birmingham Working Group meeting we'd like to have this Working Group focus on the following:
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* primary tasks involved in the creation of scholarly editions
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* thematic use cases for digital infrastructure for the production of scholarly editions
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* thematic use cases for the reception or (intended) use of digital scholarly editions
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* a list of key benefits scholarly editors may derive from digital editions
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* a list of key benefits that users of editions may derive from digital editions
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[[MinutesWG3Birmingham]]
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== Agenda Working Group 4, Roadmap ==
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September 25th, 2008 (16.00 – 17.00)
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Chair: Joris van Zundert
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* Preliminary agenda
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1. Welcome & appointment of minutes-taker <br>
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2. Adoption of agenda <br>
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3. Report and News by the Working Group leader <br>
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4. Report by leaders of Working Group 1, 2 and 3 <br>
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5. Discussion on Table of contents of the Roadmap <br>
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6. Draft Table of contents for Roadmap, to be approved by the MC <br>
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7. Planning /Action List <br>
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8. Time and place of next meeting (also WG1)<br>
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9. Any Other Business <br>
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10. Closing
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* Preliminary list of participants
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Mr. Joris van Zundert (NL | WG4 Leader, Action Chair) <br>
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Mr. Malte Rehbein (IRL | WG4 Member, MC Member)<br>
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Mrs. Karina van Dalen-Oskam (NL | WG1 Leader, MC Member) <br>
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Mr. Fotis Jannidis (D | WG3 Leader, MC Member) <br>
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Mr. Peter Robinson (UK | WG2 Leader, MC Member) <br>
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Mr. Edward Vanhoutte (B | Action Vice Chair, WG1 Member, MC Member)
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** Additional Information
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Working Group 4 will eventually produce the document called 'Roadmap for An Interoperable Supranational Infrastructure for Digital Scholarly Editing'. The sole objective of the Birmingham meeting for this Working Group is to come up with a concept table of contents for the document. The table of contents of the document will in all likelihood be subject to major changes over the years. However we intend this table of contents to be a gentle guideline for the progress of the project as a whole, and so it will probably shape the objectives and content of future meetings and workshops.
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[[MinutesWG4Birmingham]]
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Revision as of 16:43, 12 March 2009

The next meeting is planned for Dublin in May.