The first three topics revolve around „Bibliographical metadata: Citations and References„. The tracks range from extracting metadata from PDFs onwards to managing bibliographical collections by BibSonomy as well as to work on various aspects of visualisation of the generated data. Finally we will have a more infrastructural oriented track on Authentication and Authorisation with the DARIAH AAI. The code sprint will take place from July 31st to August 2nd in the premises of the Humboldt University Berlin in a relaxed and productive environment.
The code sprint is organised by the DESIR project (DARIAH ERIC Sustainability Refined), an offspring of DARIAH-EU. DESIR aims to bring together DH affiliated developers, to spread competencies in the community, enhance own knowledge and learn on new approaches and technologies. With all of this DESIR addresses the sustainability question for several kinds of activities, infrastructures or services originating from the DARIAH context. Different from developing new resources or infrastructural components, DESIR is exploring opportunities to employ already existing resources (independent from DARIAH) as means to sustain certain infrastructure components and services.