Presentations from Mashcat 2012

Below are slides, blog posts, and a Yahoo Pipe from the presentations at Mashcat 2012. Many thanks to all who came along, spoke, tweeted, helped organise, and wrote up the event, and especially to DevCSI (@devsci) who supported and fed us. Please let me know if I’ve missed something or if you have further material […]

Ten days to Mashcat

It is now only ten days until Mashcat in Cambridge on 5 July. To help us make some final arrangements, please let us know as soon as possible if you are unable to come. If you haven’t registered and would still like to come, there may still be places left, so please register or sign […]

Mashcat Programme

Thank you to everyone who has registered for Mashcat on 5 July! If you haven’t already registered and would still like to come, please do add your name to the waiting list on our Eventbrite page.

Below is the current planned outline of the day:

0930-1000 Coffee and welcome. 1000-1225 Morning sessions, including talks from […]

Mashcat 2012 Now Full

It took less than a day, but the extra ten tickets have all been taken so Mashcat 2012 is now full. However, you can still add your name to the waiting list on our Eventbrite page in case any places become available.

If you have registered but find that you are no longer able to […]

Ten More Tickets Available

The first forty tickets for Mashcat 2012 were all taken within exactly a week. However, there are now ten more tickets up for grabs! If you would like to come along, go to our Eventbrite page to sign up.

Mashcat is a free mashed library event, supported by DevCSI, which will take place at the […]

Register for Mashcat 2012

Registration is now open for Mashcat 2012! Go to our Eventbrite page to sign up now. Attendance is free.

Mashcat will start at 10am with refreshments available from 9:30am.

Announcing Mashcat 2012

We are pleased to announce Mashcat 2012! Mashcat is a mashed library event focussing on cataloguing data. It is for cataloguers, developers and anyone else with an interest in how library catalogue data can be created, manipulated, used and re-used by computers and software. It will be an invaluable opportunity for cataloguers, developers and others […]