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On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 10:17 AM, Peter MacDonald <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I am being challenged for a username and passphrase when I try to view the
> live stream at
> How do we get them?
> Peter MacDonald
> Library Information Systems Specialist
> Hamilton College Library
> 315 859-4493
> On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 9:34 AM, McDonald, Robert H. <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> Just a few announcements about Code4Lib 2011. We are so happy that so many
>> could join us this week in Bloomington. We kicked off our pre-conferences
>> today and are looking forward to an exciting week.
>> I have a couple of announcements for this list about code4lib 2011.
>> For all those not in attendance, we will be streaming the conference live –
>> this will be done in 4 sessions (Day 1 morning, Day 1-afternoon, Day 2 all
>> day, Day 3 till noon) to get access to the streams please go to:
>> Also, one of our sponsors for this year's code4lib 2011 conference,
>> Elsevier, is hosting a code challenge that will take place from now until
>> March 1, 2011. It is open to all but I am trying to help them find those in
>> the code4lib community who are interested in working with their brand new
>> API for their SciVerse Suite. There are some cool prizes too. For more on
>> this event — please see below.
>> Thanks again for all of your suggestions that will make code4lib 2011 a
>> conference to remember.
>> Elsevier Code Challenge – Building OpenSocial Apps for Libraries
>> Elsevier is sponsoring a code challenge to build OpenSocial apps for
>> for the SciVerse suite: ScienceDirect, Scopus and Hub. The Elsevier
>> Challenge is now open for all librarians and coders and closes on March 1,
>> The prizes for this code challenge are as follows:
>> 1. $1500 (Amazon gift card)
>> 2. $1000 (Amazon gift card)
>> 3. $500 (Amazon gift card)
>> The next web is going to be based on apps that allow librarians and end
>> users to customize their search needs. Elsevier’s new SciVerse platform has
>> extended Apache Shindig, the OpenSocial container, for apps to appear
>> alongside search results, full-text articles and meta-data, which can be
>> accessed through the Sciverse APIs. Using open APIs and open data, apps can
>> mashup SciVerse content with third party data and services.
>> The Elsevier Challenge at Code4Lib challenges librarians to build better
>> tools and services on the SciVerse suite: ScienceDirect, Scopus and Hub and
>> customize the search tools for their library and users.
>> To register for the challenge, email [log in to unmask]
>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>> For instructions: go to http://developer.sciverse.com/code4lib
>> To get started: http://developer.sciverse.com/sdk
>> For more information, email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:
>> [log in to unmask]>
>> Robert H. McDonald
>> Associate Dean for Library Technologies and Digital Libraries
>> Associate Director, Data to Insight Center-Pervasive Technology Institute
>> Executive Director, Kuali OLE
>> Indiana University
>> Herman B Wells Library 234
>> 1320 East 10th Street
>> Bloomington, IN 47405
>> Phone: 812-856-4834
>> Email: [log in to unmask]
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>> Skype/GTalk: rhmcdonald
>> AIM/MSN: rhmcdonald1
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