The voting is over and the results arrived in my email this weekend:
Thanks to all who submitted presentation-proposals for the 2009 code4lib conference. This year, like last, we’ll have 22 presentations. Below is an alphabetical list of the 22 presentations which got the most votes; we’ll post a schedule shortly.
To those attending the conference who want to share interesting work and thoughts, know that lightning-talks (short, five-minute talks) are a valued core part of this conference. Sign-up sheets for these will be available at the conference.
– A modern open webservice-based GIS infrastructure
– A new frontier – the Open Library Environment (OLE)
– A New Platform for Open Data – Introducing ‡biblios.net Web Services
– Blacklight as a unified discovery platform
– Complete faceting
– djatoka for dummies
– Extending biblios, the open source web based metadata editor
– Freebasing for Fun and Enhancement
– FreeCite – An Open Source Free-Text Citation Parser
– Great facets, like your relevance, but can I have links to Amazon and Google Book Search?
– How Anarchivist Got His Groove Back 2: DVCS, Archival Description, and Workflow Integration
– LibX 2.0
– Like a can opener for your data silo: simple access through AtomPub and Jangle
– LuSql: (Quickly and easily) Getting your data from your DBMS into Lucene
– Open Up Your Repository With a SWORD!
– RESTafarian-ism at the NLA
– The Dashboard Initiative
– The Open Platform Strategy: what it means for library developers
– The Rising Sun: Making the most of Solr power
– Visualizing Media Archives: A Case Study
– What We Talk About When We Talk About FRBR
– Why libraries should embrace Linked Data
More conference info coming soon.
See you all there!!