The 2nd LODLAM Melbourne workshop, held 31st July, focused on place-names and ANZAC data. Around 20 participants attended from memory organisations, tertiary institutions and government departments. It was great to have solid presence from the HuNI team, as their plenary session was held in Melbourne the day before.
Various projects, possibilities and issues were discussed and the group agreed to share information on data subsets and investigate opportunities to share it – either as open data, or linked open data.
A full write-up is here.
Our biscuits may have been fresher, but they were far less topical than this one: