I'll be representing Machine Vision and ELMCIP at the ELO conferance and festival in Montréal, Canada. Beer and exiting talks aside, there will be technical discussions about me taking over the development and maintainance of CELL project. Related to CELL there will also be a open discussion about how to make sure we can support and maintain the different database collections, and import them into CELL without putting unnecessary strain on the limited resources CELL currently have.
The Consortium on Electronic Literature (CELL) is an international organization led and managed by the ELO that currently includes 11 member organizations, research labs, and research centers. Since 2010, our collaborative network has been developing the information architecture needed for making born digital creative works and scholarly criticism findable across databases, world-wide.