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Archive for the 'Announcements' Category
Aside from the next Scholarly Electronic Publishing Weblog (5/7/08) and any Digital Scholarship publication announcements, DigitalKoans will be on break until 6/2/08.
I've returned from the NISO (National Information Standards Organization) Institutional Repository Thought Leader meeting, which recommended strategic directions for NISO's IR standards work.
DigitalKoans is back.
DigitalKoans postings will resume on 2/15/08.
There has been another denial-of-service attack on digital-scholarship.org and its version of DigitalKoans. If you have access problems, use the .com site instead. A second feed is also available.
The .org version of DigitalKoans is functioning normally now. A denial-of-service attack has been stopped.
You may have some connection issues with the .org version of DigitalKoans. The problem is being looked into. If you experience problems at http://www.digital-scholarship.org/digitalkoans/, use the .com version instead: http://www.digital-scholarship.com/digitalkoans/.
For further access information, see " Summary of Bailey’s Digital Publications Changes."
DigitalKoans is back at bit early.
DigitalKoans postings will resume on 1/9/08. Happy holidays.
DigitalKoans postings will resume on 11/26/07.
If you are interested in the continuation of Digital Scholarship publications, such as DigitalKoans/Flashback, the Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography/Weblog/Resources, and the Open Access Bibliography/Webliography, please take a short survey on this matter (six multiple-choice questions and two optional questions).
The survey will remain open through August 31, 2007.
It’s time to decide how to focus my near-term publishing efforts and how to split them between unpaid and paid projects (including possibly shifting some energy into technical writing projects, such as computer books).
You can help by taking a short, multiple-choice survey (six required and two optional questions).
Thanks for your help.