2019 AMIA/DLF Hack Day Registration
Association of Moving Image Archivists & Digital Library Federation Hack Day 2019

REGISTRATION IS FREE!

You DO NOT have to be registered for AMIA to attend and participate in Hack Day. If you did register for AMIA, please also fill out this form with your project ideas.

Wednesday, November 13
9:00am - 5:00pm, room TBD
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace
Baltimore Maryland

More info on the wiki (request a login to edit)!: http://wiki.curatecamp.org/index.php/Association_of_Moving_Image_Archivists_%26_Digital_Library_Federation_Hack_Day_2019

A partnership between AMIA and the Digital Library Federation, Hack Day is a unique opportunity for practitioners and managers of digital audiovisual collections to join with developers and engineers for an intense day of collaboration to develop solutions for digital audiovisual preservation and access. All are welcome!

Thanks for joining us! Follow #AVhack19 on Twitter for more conversation.
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Name *
Institution or Affiliation
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What is your role?
Check developer / coder / technologist if you can bring any level of software development skills to the event. Feel free to check multiple boxes if they apply to you.
Submit any hack day project ideas here
Good hack day projects can be tackled in +/- 1 work day. Please keep the scope of your project ideas limited. If you can't think of anything today, there will be other opportunities to submit ideas later on. Be creative!
Can you provide any data that could be used during the event? If so, what?
Sample digital files, metadata / data dumps, etc.
What tools or technologies are you most comfortable working with?
Please tell us about any programming languages or software are you experienced with, or if you have experience editing on Wikipedia or another shared docs/wiki environment.
Will you be participating remotely?
Can't make it to Baltimore or the room itself? No problem! We'll do our best to match you with projects and groups who can work with you on November 13th.
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