Press: “Thumbs up on the DPLA beta sprint, just so the group will also open up in other ways, ASAP, such as public meetings of the Steering Committee”

Posted by Kenny Whitebloom on May 22, 2011 in Press.

“The Digital Public Library of America is inviting librarians, programmers and others to come up with mock screenshots, actual coded sites or other demos—as part of a beta sprint program.

“I love the idea of, ‘Let’s just start building something.’ The DPLA will benefit from the brainstorms of a number of bright, creative people, and crowd-sourcing is an excellent way to encourage participation in the project.

From David Rothman’s post on, “Thumbs up on the DPLA beta sprint…”

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