[Wikisource-l] Wikisource survey

2013-09-19 Thread Andrea Zanni
Dear all, me and David (plus John, Tpt, Candalua, and now *you*) are preparing this survey to know more about what WS editors know and think about Wikisource and its future: https://wikisource.org/wiki/Wikisource_vision_development/Open_community_poll You are welcome to come and edit the survey,

[Wikisource-l] Wikisource for archival transcription

2013-09-19 Thread Ben Brumfield
I'll be presenting on crowdsourced transcription at the Midwest Archives Conference Fall Symposium next week and would like to spend some time on Wikisource and examples of small-to-medium sized archives working with Wikisource to transcribe handwritten material. I know about the US

Re: [Wikisource-l] Wikisource for archival transcription

2013-09-19 Thread billinghurst
On Thu, 19 Sep 2013 07:20:48 -0500, Ben Brumfield benwb...@gmail.com wrote: I'll be presenting on crowdsourced transcription at the Midwest Archives Conference Fall Symposium next week and would like to spend some time on Wikisource and examples of small-to-medium sized archives working with

Re: [Wikisource-l] Wikisource survey

2013-09-19 Thread Andrea Zanni
The question is not stupid at all, I was not clear enough. *That is the survey draft*. The real survey will be powered by Qualtrics, a software used by the Wikimedia Foundation. I will implement the edited survey in Qualtrics and then send you the final link. So, right now, you are not asked to

Re: [Wikisource-l] Wikisource for archival transcription

2013-09-19 Thread Dominic McDevitt-Parks
I think between the examples you already know of and the ones Andrew mentions, you already have all the major institutions on Wikisource in English. The Archives of American Art has had language on its Wikipedia WikiProject asking for transcriptions on Wikisource, but only a few pages have been