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Rebecca Sutton Koeser

Lead Developer at Princeton University Center for Digital Humanities, PhD in English Literature.

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Belfast Group @EmoryCDS site is up again! http://belfastgroup.digitalscholarship.emory.edu/ Thanks to @mia_out for letting me know it was down.

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@leahwg We should form a club. NameScrunchersUnite!

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@leahwg I meant to say hi when you joined - and commiserate on having names too long for Twitter to handle! Great to hear from you.

@leahwg Then it was already worth re-posting on @humcommons ! Thanks for taking the time to read it.

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@leahwg Thank you!

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@adam42smith We needed counts of specific tag patterns per item. I bet the CSV export could have worked for that too, though!

zotero csv

Simple python script to pull out some CSV data from a Zotero RDF export https://gist.github.com/rlskoeser/d18c19a8351d97ca933b64fd26048b98

CDH Zotero RDF python

First week @PrincetonDH! Excited to finally be here and starting to get to know the great people and fascinating projects.

CDH

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Thanks @stewartvarner ! That’s nice to hear.

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Thanks @jayvarner. I look forward to our next collaboration, whatever and whenever it may be!

@azaroth42 @zimeon Thanks for the links, these look helpful. I may be able to use the iiif python lib to generate what I need.

IIIF

#IIIF experts: are there tools available to generate image dirs/files for level zero Image API compliance?

IIIF

I (with help from @gshukill) made a little python library called piffle for working with #IIIF image URLs https://github.com/emory-lits-labs/piffle

piffle IIIF

It irks me that most of the new “features” in the Fitbit Alta are software changes that could be made available for existing devices.

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Amazing what you can learn going through linter/code quality reports on an old codebase. Thanks @landscapeio !

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Finally got the rest of my #OR2016 notes written up. http://rlskoeser.github.io/tags/OR2016/

OR2016

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Slides from my #OR2016 presentation on creating annotated editions with repository content via @readuxer http://rlskoeser.github.io/presentations/2016/OR-readux-annotated-editions.pdf

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@PaulineDataWard oh neat! His wikipedia has the pronunciation as well: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lighton_Synge

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Pronounced like sing. Irish playwright John Millington Synge https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Millington_Synge

The web version of my #OR2016 poster on disk image ingest (poster #41) http://rlskoeser.github.io/2016/06/08/diskimage-ingest/

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My notes from the #OR2016 #IIIF session this afternoon: http://rlskoeser.github.io/2016/06/13/intro-to-iiif/

OR2016 IIIF

My notes from the #OR2016 #tdm text & data mining session this morning: http://rlskoeser.github.io/2016/06/13/mining-repositories/

OR2016

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@dmimno @briancroxall The exact line wasn’t in my notes, but Blei’s reference to it was. Obviously, the idea kind of stuck with me.

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What’s in your repository?

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Android’s “setup nearby” feature is cool, but it won’t let me choose main account - I think it is just picking the first alphabetically.

If it takes too long to get a #fitbit replacement (broken band), I may just get used to not wearing a tracker at all.

Refining “airlock” functionality in eulfedora repo-cp script to share content between orgs. ❤ the airlock metaphor/name, via @gshukill

eulfedora naming

coughkaesque

gregisms

@srcd_ @tla Yes, thanks!

@tla that is strange! Mine does have a lot of javascript, and that may be the more interesting work, too.

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Same, @tla: my featured repo is listed as javascript, but I think of it more as a python project

I’m included in this list of 100 Awesome OSS women based on GitHub data: http://bit.ly/247OiS6

Answer: yes, yes I can.

And thanks to snarfed, I don’t get a self-mention from brid.gy!

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Testing creating and publishing a tweet via jekyll & a custom rake task.

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Pushing to twitter via http://brid.gy. Still experimenting and working on automating things.

My jekyll site now displays web mentions with javascript using https://webmention.io/

May be why most developers would rather start fresh rather than maintain & upate somebody else’s code.

Via @StewartVarner

More experimentation. Can I reply to my own updates rather than twitter urls?

Experimenting some more. Replies, formatting, etc

Next, testing syndicated replies via http://brid.gy

Testing… first “microblog” entry posting on my own site and syndicated to twitter with brid.gy & web mentions.