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[[File:small_bootlegger.jpg|thumb|A “bootlegger” concealing a flask of an illegally distributed alcoholic beverage in the leg of a boot during the Prohibition era]]
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'''Time:''' 14:00-16:00
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The bootleg library is a digital/physical/social collection of unauthorised republished texts. It was initiated by [[User:Simon|Simon Browne]] at XPUB in 2020. The digital bootleg library is available to XPUB as a stable study resource. This session is to introduce the bootleg library to new students, and try out some ways of organising and annotating the collection. This session is open to XPUB1 and any interested XPUB2. Please write your name at the bottom of this page to sign up for this session.
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'''In this workshop we will:'''
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* have an introduction to the bootleg library
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* take a quick tour of the digital library
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* upload and download texts and edit metadata
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* create registered user accounts
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* make and edit a "shelf"
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* try some ways of annotate the collection using pandoc and markdown
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'''Preparation (please do this prior to the session):'''
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# Install ''pandoc'', an open-source universal document converter: https://pandoc.org/installing.html
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# We'll also be using ''markdown'', a simple markup language. Briefly familiarise yourself with it via [https://www.markdownguide.org/cheat-sheet/ this cheatsheet] (full documentation is available [https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ here])
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# Bring PDFs to upload, texts that you are familiar with and would like to share. It doesn't have to be an academic text, anything is ok (e.g cookbook, comic, novel, zine, ferry schedule, etc).
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'''More about the bootleg library graduation project:''' [[User:Simon/Summary_of_the_bootleg_library]]
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'''A practical HOWTO page for the digital bootleg library on the PZI mediadesign wiki:''' [[The_bootleg_library]]
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'''Please sign up to this session by writing your names below:'''

Revision as of 14:42, 11 October 2021

XPUB1 and interested XPUB2: Bootleg Library workshop with Simon Browne, in the aquarium WH4.115

A “bootlegger” concealing a flask of an illegally distributed alcoholic beverage in the leg of a boot during the Prohibition era

Time: 14:00-16:00

The bootleg library is a digital/physical/social collection of unauthorised republished texts. It was initiated by Simon Browne at XPUB in 2020. The digital bootleg library is available to XPUB as a stable study resource. This session is to introduce the bootleg library to new students, and try out some ways of organising and annotating the collection. This session is open to XPUB1 and any interested XPUB2. Please write your name at the bottom of this page to sign up for this session.

In this workshop we will:

  • have an introduction to the bootleg library
  • take a quick tour of the digital library
  • upload and download texts and edit metadata
  • create registered user accounts
  • make and edit a "shelf"
  • try some ways of annotate the collection using pandoc and markdown

Preparation (please do this prior to the session):

  1. Install pandoc, an open-source universal document converter: https://pandoc.org/installing.html
  2. We'll also be using markdown, a simple markup language. Briefly familiarise yourself with it via this cheatsheet (full documentation is available here)
  3. Bring PDFs to upload, texts that you are familiar with and would like to share. It doesn't have to be an academic text, anything is ok (e.g cookbook, comic, novel, zine, ferry schedule, etc).

More about the bootleg library graduation project: User:Simon/Summary_of_the_bootleg_library A practical HOWTO page for the digital bootleg library on the PZI mediadesign wiki: The_bootleg_library


Please sign up to this session by writing your names below: