Developer Challenge Show and Tell
After two days of coding, reflecting and cogitating, entrants to the DevCSI Open Repositories 2012 Developer Challenge presented their final pitches in front of our panel of judges and an enthusiastic audience yesterday evening.
Watch the session in full…
This video is also available on Vimeo.
The session was also expertly live blogged by Nicola Osborne.
We had a record number of entries this year – 29 in total! Of these, 19 were refined throughout the event and went on to be pitched at the final session.
Splinter by Matt R Taylor
MATS: Mobile Audio Transcription and Submission by Keith Gilbertson and Linda Newman
Dusting Off The Mothballs by Joonas Kesäniemi and Kevin Van de Velde
Inter Repository Text by Tomasz Rosiek, Łukasz Wasilewski, Wojciech Sylwestrzak, Jakub Jurkiewicz
Repository Based Version Control, Asger Askov Blekinge
Data Engine by Patrick McSweeney
Cross-Repository Mobile Application by Petr Knoth*
Getting Academics Closer to Repositories by Mark MacGillivray and Richard Jones
Repository Ram-Raid by Ben O’Steen
How To Stop An Echo Fading by Les Carr
Redundancy at the File and Network Level to Protect Data by Jimmy Tang
Fedora Object Locking by Asger Askov Blekinge
Shield by Graham Trigg
Machine and User-Friendly “Policy-fying” by Jose Martin
Linking CRISes to Research Discovery by Steffen Godskesen, Rikke Willer and Christian Tonsberg
Repository Analytics by Petr Knoth*
Visualising Repositories in the Real World by Julie Allison and Ben O’Steen
A Thing of Dreams: A Time Machine by Dave Tarrant
Is this research readable? by Cameron Neylon and Ben O’Steen
* = Not included in video footage at speaker’s request
A big thank you to all of those who entered the challenge this year, and to those who helped the developers to refine their ideas throughout the event.