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Planets was a great success, and I’m proud to have been a part of it. We’ve done a lot of great work, written a lot of documents, created some pretty decent software, and made as much of it as widely available as we possibly can. We’ll be publishing the documentation through this site, and the […]

By Andy Jackson, posted in Andy Jackson's Blog

19th Aug 2010  8:22 PM  14404 Reads  No comments

Following three and a half very enjoyable years working on Planets, I’m now tasked with integrating some of the Planets software with the Digital Library System here at The British Library. While some of the work I’ll be doing over the next few months will be quite BL centric, a good deal of it will […]

By Carl Wilson, posted in Carl Wilson's Blog

3rd Apr 2010  2:22 PM  15453 Reads  No comments