- Claire Donlanâ€™s blog postÂ on theÂ Getting to the Repository of the FutureÂ workshop.
- RocÃo von Jungenfeldâ€™s write upÂ of theÂ Getting to the Repository of the FutureÂ workshop.
- Chris Awre’s report fromÂ theÂ Getting to the Repository of the FutureÂ workshop.
- Peter Murray-Rust’s blog post on the Consuming Linked Open Data workshop.
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 â€“ 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:Â My first Repository Fringe.
- Lynette Summers of Cardiff Metropolitan Â 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… Â
- An analysis of Repository Fringe 2013 tweets building on work/techniques used with OR2012 Twitter Data (see this preziÂ presented at the Lancaster Twitter and Microblogging Conference, April 2013Â for more information).