code4lib Conference 2006: Schedule

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Wednesday, February 15

08:30-09:30 - Registration / Continental Breakfast
09:30-09:45 - Intros, Housekeeping
09:45-10:30 - A virtual keynote with the Evergreen development team of the PINES consortium in Georgia
10:30-10:45 - Break
10:45-11:05 - ERP Options in an OSS World - Art Rhyno
11:05-11:25 - Connecting Everything with unAPI and OPA - Dan Chudnov
11:25-11:45 - WikiD - Jeff Young
11:45-13:00 - Lunch
13:00-13:20 - Lipstick on a Pig: 7 Ways to Improve the Sex Life of your OPAC - Jim Robertson
13:20-13:40 - AHAH: When Good is Better than Best - Casey Durfee
13:40-14:00 - Standards, Reusability and the Mating Habits of Learning Content - Robby Robson
14:00-14:15 - Break
14:15-15:45 - Breakout Sessions
15:45-16:00 - Break
16:00-17:15 - Lightning Talks
17:15-17:30 - Breakout Session Reports
18:30-??? - Dinner/Socializing (American Dream Pizza and Crowbar)

Thursday, February 16

code4lib 2006

code4lib 2006 is...

  • a loosely structured camp/conference for library technologists to commune, gather/create/share ideas and software, be inspired, and forge collaborations
  • an outgrowth of the Access HackFest, wrapped into a conference-ish format by the folks in #code4lib
  • being planned using an ancient asynchronous messaging protocol and this site
  • open to all interested people/organizations for both planning and participation

panizzi

Panizzi's is a supybot who hangs out in #code4lib. To find out what plugins are available with @list. There are a lot of them:

11:36 < edsu> @list 
11:36 < panizzi> edsu: Admin, Amazon, Anagram, Anonymous, AudioScrobbler, 
                 Babelfish, Band, Channel, Config, Currency, Debian, Dict, 
                 Dunno, Ebay, Etymology, Freenode, Fun, Gameknot, Google, Http,
                 Insult, Internet, Karma, Later, Lookup, Markov, Misc, Network,
                 Nickometer, Note, OCLC, OSU, Observer, Owner, Praise, Python, 
                 Quote, QuoteGrabs, RSS, Relay, Seen, Services, ShrinkUrl, 
 

drupal installed

pwyky served us well, and the old wiki is still available....but we all decided it was time to move on to something a bit more featureful. We were trying to conduct a vote using pwyky, and the lack of locking and made the process a bit tricky :-)