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7. Mai 2013 – imeji event – imeji Präsentation

imeji - logoimeji – Publish Your Scientific Multi Media Data!

The imeji software creates citable research assets by describing, enriching, sharing, exposing, linking and archiving data. imeji is developed by the imeji community, an active open source software developer community.


The imeji community cordially invites you to an open imeji event
in Berlin at May 7th from 10:00 to 14:00 am

Institut für Kunst- und Bildgeschichte (IKB) der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Georgenstr. 47, 10117 Berlin, Room 3.16
Map / Location: http://g.co/maps/t3qq2 [1]

Everybody who is interested in the imeji software and/ or the activities of the vivid imeji community is welcome!

We will start with a presentation of the imeji software and its functionalities. Here you will be able to get an impression on how imeji works and what advantages it brings you compared to other multimedia repositories. Additionally we will give insight into upcoming features and the latest imeji release which will be out soon.

During an informal lunch break (self-pay) we would be happy to hear your opinion about imeji and we can discuss further cooperation.

If you want to get informed in advance please visit http://imeji.org/ [2]
We can set up a login for the demo instance, just write an informal email to imeji-support@gwdg.de [3]

Please give a short notice if you can attend.
We are looking forward to see you and to hear your opinion on imeji!

On behalf of the imeji community

Friederike Kleinfercher (Max Planck Digital Library)
kleinfercher@mpdl.mpg.de [3]

Karsten Asshauer (Institut für Kunst- und Bildgeschichte, HU Berlin)
karsten.asshauer@culture.hu-berlin.de [3]