Picture This! Workshop on image metadata

Readers of this blog may be interested in a workshop on image metadata which is being run as part of the Dev8D+ programme of events in London on 15th February. It’s billed as chance to work on real-life issues around image metadata, talk to developers, get their help in solving your problems and… get some real-life solutions!

It offers:

  • A chance to outline your problems to developers in a lightning talk
  • A chance to brief developers and help create practical solutions to use in your own work
  • A Developer Challenge that will run throughout Dev8D – 16th-17th Feb –  for the best solutions, plus mystery tokens and other prizes to encourage developers and reward their hard work
  • A chance to network with other practitioners working in the same area
  • Free lunch

What you need to do –

  • Log in to the Picture This! page on the Dev8D wiki, where you can outline the problems and issues you face, and ask for help before the workshop – http://wiki.2011.dev8d.org/w/Picture_This
  • Come along on to the workshop and give a lightning talk outlining your problems and issues
  • Talk to developers about your problems, answer their questions, give them feedback
  • Work with developers on the day to create practical solutions

Booking form and programme can be found at – http://wiki.2011.dev8d.org/w/Picture_This#Registration

Image: Steven Erat

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About Jackie Wickham
I am based at the Centre for Research Communications at the University of Nottingham. I work on the JISC funded Repositories Support Project which supports the development and growth of the UK repositories network.

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