about_page++ great idea ed
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 10:46 AM, Ed Summers <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I just wanted to also say thanks for the livestream from code4lib
> Bloomington. The stream, IRC and twitter in combination were
> *extremely* useful from afar. I missed out on the craft-beers, but at
> least I got to see them , and there's always next year :-) I don't
> know if the "bar" has been set, but I think amplifying the conference
> this way could be a really good option for scaling the conference
> without requiring the amount of actual participants (and the size of
> the venue) to increase. It also helps for those who can't pay for the
> travel & lodging when travel budgets are on the wane.
> Somewhat unrelatedly, I've seen some discussion about the place for
> galleries, libraries and museums in the code4lib community .
> Personally (despite its name) I've always thought of code4lib as being
> about more than just code and libraries. I also noticed that
> http://code4lib.org didn't have an "about" page. So I added one .
> Please help edit it into shape if you care about this sorta thing.
>  http://twitpic.com/3y0zw5
>  http://twitter.com/#!/wragge/statuses/35926310920396800
>  http://code4lib.org/about