The poster was presented during the DH2014 second poster session. There were a lot of interested people in Kiln and the feedback was very positive, so hopefully we will see more people outside of DDH using it to publish their XML based projects.
The poster was displayed at the first poster session of DH2014 on July the 10th. It gave me the chance to meet many scholars interested in my research and to discuss the project with them. I received very good feedback, and started useful dialogues that might turn into future collaborations with University of Mainz, UCLA and EPFL.
This project was presented as a paper at the last CAA conference in Paris.
(This poster was also presented in the Ontologies for Prosopography pre-conference workshop on Tuesday July 8.)
In the poster session on Thursday July 10, this was up for two hours, was photographed several times, and Sebastian Rahtz and myself mostly chatted with many people who came over and expressed an interest in it. At least two, possibly three, of these people will turn out to be new project partners who we wouldn’t have known about otherwise, so I call this a win!
If you want to see the poster in full-size, you can find it on the wall in Drury Lane, in the corridor opposite room 220.