[Rdap] Digital Preservation Work Featured in May issue of Discover Magazine
monica.omodei at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 22:01:45 EDT 2011
As a traveller from afar who found great benefit in the RDAP summit, and who
would also liked to have attended the Open Repositories conference, and JCDL
because of its data theme but couldn't, this obviously appeals. Those of you
who have attended an event in Australia will understand both the time and
budget cost of each trip.
On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 5:05 AM, William L Anderson <band at praxis101.com>wrote:
> Gary et al., I just attended OR2011, but am unable to be at JCDL this
> year. I am agnostic about changing RDAP2012, and commitments have been
> made. But looking past 2012 it might make sense for RDAP, OR, and JCDL
> to become one info and data access and preservation summit. It does make
> for a long week, but these are overlapping communities that are
> separated by the proliferation of individual conferences. And the topics
> of research data management cross many of these conference boundaries.
> In addition, funding for travel will be constrained in the coming years,
> so perhaps consolidation, or a loose confederation, is an attractive idea?
> On 6/15/11 1:48 PM, Gary Marchionini wrote:
> > this is important to know Dick....unless there is very strong and
> > immediate action, we should stick with plan for 2012....I will do a bit
> > more investigation the rest of today here at JCDL....FYI, JCDL 2013 will
> > be in Indianapolis so we might consider this again next year...there are
> > issues of cost sharing that will be challenging to work out in any case.
> > g
> > On Jun 15, 2011, at 1:51 PM, Richard Hill wrote:
> >> I have already made HOTEL Commitments. IF this is the group’s intent,
> >> I need a decision right away so I can start TRYING to back out of
> >> those commitments.
> >> Dick
> >>[ ... ]
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