Possibly the last gasp for breath from a project I once supported greatly but went down strange and estranging paths. We use Substance libs in our current editor for Editoria but we have been building a replacement for the past 12 months using ProseMirror.
Great update for Coko https://coko.foundation/2020-update-2-announcing-hindawis-continued-investment-in-coko/
Cool progress on an interesting project
The Open Textbook Network and Coko kicked off a collaboration on December 11, 2019, at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. The two communities came together to address a shared problem: Helping authors write and design an open textbook. Together, over the next three years and supported by IM
From a very angry buddy with some interesting thoughts on Philanthropy. Its also a pretty funny podcast.
Monday, January 20, 20202:00 PM – 3:00 PM (Amsterdam)Digital or innovation “labs” in library or museum settings have been around for about ten years. The lab is usually a place for experimenting with digital collections in novel ways to reach new audiences or to explore new technologies. These, sometimes temporary, teams within a library, archives, or museum/gallery (GLAM) can support a range of internal and external digital services and programs.Not so long ago, participants of the “labbers” (lab-interested) community identified a need to articulate lab values, share relevant experience and case studies, and suggest some best practices for those starting up cultural heritage innovation labs. Through funding provided by the University College London, Qatar, Qatar University, the British Library and the Library of Congress, a coordinating group engaged Book Sprint, Ltd, a rapid book production and collaboration methodology, and published a call for participants to write a book about GLAM labs in five days.
Trying it out…open source equiv to Disqus