If you are interested in web design and the possibilities it presents for collaborative work in Ancient Greek Linguistics, you must see James Tauber’s BibleTech2010 talk (embedded below). It’s almost an hour long, but well worth the time.
James begins by explaining Django, a core tool for managing basic functionality on a website. He then explains Pinax, a product that runs on top of Django to power much of the functionality of social networking sites. He finishes this discussion, though by presenting the possibilities of using this combination to power collaborative work in corpus linguistics, using Biblical Greek as his example.
He is developing precisely the kind of tools needed to do the lexicon project I have in mind. Here’s the talk. Feel free to comment on its implications for Greek Linguistics.
Using Pinax and Django For Collaborative Corpus Linguistics from James Tauber on Vimeo.
2 Replies to “Using Pinax and Django for Collaborative Corpus Linguistics (Greek)”
The question is when the tools will appear…
Well… These things do take time. I hope a working version will be available in the reasonably near future.
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