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Gaenovium 2014 Presentation Slides

Gaenovium 2014 is over, but everyone made new friends. We still have the memories – and the slides. Here is one slide from each Gaenovium 2014 presentation, highlighting the diversity of Gaenovium 2014 topics, in the original presentation order.

A slide from Bob Coret's Open Data in the Netherlands, showing availability of data from Dutch archives.

A slide from Bob Coret’s Open Data in the Netherlands, showing availability of data from Dutch archives.

Marijn Schraagen's presentation, Algorithms for Historical Data Linkage, discussed algorithms in detail.

Marijn Schraagen’s presentation, Algorithms for Historical Data Linkage, discussed algorithms in detail.

Michel Brinckman's presentation, The A2A Data Model and its application in WieWasWie, provided a brief overview and then dove into the XML details.

Michel Brinckman’s presentation, The A2A Data Model and its application in WieWasWie, provided a brief overview and then dove into the XML details.

A slide from Timo Kracke's presentation, GOV: The Genealogical Gazetteer API, shows that place names are not simple.

A slide from Timo Kracke’s presentation, GOV: The Genealogical Gazetteer API, shows that place names are not simple.

The CONC tag is of the things Louis Kessler discussed in his presentation, Reading  wrong GEDCOM right. He included this helpful summary.

The CONC tag is of the things Louis Kessler discussed in his presentation, Reading wrong GEDCOM right. He included this helpful summary.

Bob Coret moderated the panel discussion, Current & Future Genealogical Exchange Standards. The first questions were about GEDCOM.

Bob Coret moderated the panel discussion, Current & Future Genealogical Exchange Standards. The first questions were about GEDCOM.

All the slides for all the Gaenovium 2014 presentations, including the panel discussion, are now available on the Gaenovium 2014 presentations page.