Online conference with free software infrastructure
Highly impressed with @swib 2020 conference (Semantic Web in Libraries - https://swib.org/swib20/) which made attendance free this unprecedented year and are using free software tools (Mattermost for discussion, BigBlueButton for streaming video) for infrastructure.
Kudos @acka47 and Joachim Neubert!
If you're registered for the live portions of the conference next weekend (October 2-5) hopefully you'll have some time to check the videos out in advance! If you're attending the conference asynchronously feel free to watch the videos and leave questions in the video comments on on here using the #apconf2020 so we can incorporate them into the Q&A sessions!
@acka47 @acka47 Sie schreiben "Terminologieplattform", ich lese "SkoHub": https://www.tib.eu/de/die-tib/karriere-und-ausbildung/stellenangebote/detail/stellenausschreibung-nr-37-2020
We just published "Presenting the SkoHub Editor": http://blog.lobid.org/2020/03/31/skohub-editor.html
"SkoHub Editor enables the automatic generation of a web form based on a JSON schema, along with the possibility to look up terms in a controlled vocabulary that is published with SkoHub Vocabs. Additionally, metadata generated by the editor can be published using SkoHub PubSub."
I just realized that #SkoHub could play an important role in the fediverse for addressing the problem of finding relevant content in a decentralized infrastructure.
The idea: A system that supports subscribing to newly published content based on the topics the content is about might be much easier to implement than a decent search over decentralized instances.
Der Einstieg in das Mastodon-Netzwerk für Bibliotheksmenschen