Schedule: February 24, 2018

9:00-9:45: Register, meet your project leader, pre-flight checkup (Hogan Room A). Each team should have at least one fully configured computer, and at least one additional computer with a web browser. Coffee will be available for those who need it.

9:45-10:15: **Introduction to the hackathon: Suite B/C **. Review the day’s schedule; how to cite digital images, and create a table of paleogaphic observations.

10:15-10:45: break out session: each team records paleographic observations.

10:45-11:15: **Introduction to editing: Suite B/C **. How to index text to images, and a brief introduction to the eXtensible Markup Language, XML.

11:15-12:15: break out session: each team begins editing its assigned text.

12:15-1:15: lunch.

1:15-1:45: **Share work so far: Suite B/C **. Questions, problems, and success stories. Things we should be on the look out for in the afternoon.

1:45-2:45: break out session: each team edits and validates its text. Your project leader can help you run scripts that analyze your editing, and check your work for inconsistencies and errors.

2:45-3:00: snack break

3:00-3:45: two options:

  1. continue editing and validating your assigned text, or additional sections of the Bern manuscript. We hope every team will be able to submit a complete, validated XML edition of their section by 3:45!
  2. introduction to version control. If you team has already completed its first editing assignment, you can learn how you can use the git version control system to continue collaborating with us after the hackathon.

3:45-4:15: compile our complete edition! Project leaders will compile all contributions into a single edition.

4:15-4:30: Wrap up (Hogan Ballroom).