As a Friday treat we thought we would share with you all of the reports on Repository Fringe 2013 that have been appearing across the blogosphere. These are brilliant personal records of the event and the workshops. They include some fantastic reflections, links to additional materials, and an opportunity to experience the event from someone else’s perspective.
We’ve decided to order these by category so take a wee browse and enjoy:
- Claire Donlan’s blog post on the Getting to the Repository of the Future workshop.
- Rocío von Jungenfeld’s write up of the Getting to the Repository of the Future workshop.
- Chris Awre’s report from the Getting to the Repository of the Future workshop.
- Peter Murray-Rust’s blog post on the Consuming Linked Open Data workshop.
The Round Table Sessions
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
- Peter Murray-Rust’s post on his and Cesare Bellini’s submission: Annotating CC-BY and CC-0 on FigShare, BMC, PLoS, etc.
Pecha Kuchas and Presentations
- Les Carr’s blog post on The Basics of Scholarly Communications in the UK, exploring some of the same areas as his Pecha Kucha.
- Peter Murray-Rust’s post about creating his Pecha Kucha: Repositories for Scientific Research Data, and a related post on the importance of publishing phylogentic data.
- Tony Mathys’ Pecha Kucha has been blogged by his colleagues on the GoGeo team: Metadata & Geodoc – all you need to know in 6 mins
- Chris Awre’s post on his presentation, Taming the beast: working with Hydra together.
Reflections and Feedback on Repository Fringe 2013
- Gaz Johnson has provided a useful summary of Repository Fringe 2013, including some really useful feedback and suggestions for future events.
- Richard Wincewicz has blogged about his first experience of the event – and of taking part in the Developer Challenge – in his guest post: My first Repository Fringe.
- Lynette Summers of Cardiff Metropolitan University has written a great summary of the event for the Wales Higher Education Libraries Forum (WHELF) blog: Repository Fringe 2013.
- Chris Awre has provided his reflections across the whole event on the Hull Information Management Blog: Edinburgh? Fringe? Must be a repository conference.
Still to come…
- An analysis of Repository Fringe 2013 tweets building on work/techniques used with OR2012 Twitter Data (see this prezi presented at the Lancaster Twitter and Microblogging Conference, April 2013 for more information).
If you have written a post on RepoFringe we would be more than happy to add it here and to our forthcoming summary post. Please just leave us a comment here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.