Thanks for joining, Jon!
Ellen, if you need any help with translating, I can always be of help (though I’m sure those guys in Germany can translate everything too).
As maps are created relevant to NORA content, I’ll be interested in creating links – for example, there’s a reference to community gardens and urban agriculture on the Brikarus page; if those maps are there I would like to create a link from the urban farming page that is already there on NORA: http://commonsabundance.net/wiki/urban-farming/.
Thanks for the links, Jon! And thanks for the offer to translate, Wolfgang! While google.translate isn’t perfect, it’s a huge help. I’ll let you know if I encounter anything that’s not clear.
I’m working to process more commons maps, threat maps and data sets. In the last week, our collections have grown from 46 datasets to 279 and from 64 threat maps to 170. I’ll work on processing commons maps the next few days. Once I have them all in spreadsheets, I’ll use NORA to help create a tree-type organization of the maps. We’re going to try to make a visualization that will allow us to navigate the collections. Not sure if it will work, but we’re looking at using a d3 bilevel partition. Here’s an example: http://network.bepress.com/
Bishop is working on the technical side of sharing data using JSON. Hopefully, I’ll have more to share about that soon.
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