[from workshop]: What is the intended audience for this project?
[from workshop – Matthew Lincoln] Should the reviewer be asked to specify their perspective and expertise – what aspects of the project are they capable of commenting on?
[from workshop – Kathy Weimer] Guides from Kenneth Field could be helpful: http://www.esri.com/news/arcuser/0911/making-a-map-meaningful.html and Diane Stinton: http://t.co/s1bwo0kObZ
[from workshop – Karl Grossner]: do we really want to retain these questions about hosting?
[from workshop] Is the term data provenance clear to all? what about data sources? manipulation of other data?
[from workshop] New Question: Does the documentation provide a background to inform the reader/reviewer to understand the contribution?
[from workshop] The term geospatial is repeated over and over here and yet this is only one segment of geohumanities work.
[from workshop] New Question: should dates of different versions be included/described?
[from poster session] Does the site have a colophon describing the technologies? Have you credited the technologists?
[from poster session] New Question: Are the manipulations of other’s data explained?
[from poster session] New Question: Where on the continuum of geohumanities does the project fall?
[Anon from Workshop] 1. Need a statement about how/when the project will end.
[from workshop] Should the reviewer be asked to specify their expertise?
[Anon from workshop] Could the GeoHumanities SIG provide a badge system (like NINES and MESA)?
[Anon from workshop] 1. Who is the audience for the review? That is, the audience should be defined and stated prior to the review request.
[From poster session] 1. Are reused data appropriately cited?
[from poster session] Do the date match the historicity of the map (temporal aspect)!!!
[From workshop] New Question: 1. How is this generalizable to other types of DH projects?
[from workshop] New Question:1. How do we make our digital products fit with the traditional publishing models? e.g. Can my map become a peer reviewed journal article?
[from workshop] New Question: 1. Would this help the non(mapping) expert understand the value of mapping in projects?
[from workshop] New Question: Incompleteness – is it included?
[from poster session] New Question: 1. How do maps communicate to different ways of knowing/knowledge? e.g. indigenous methods of knowledge are different from Western knowledge, that is not written.
[from poster session] New Question: Does the project address the question of granularity?
[from poster session] New Question: 1. Communicate the complexity of date (temporal aspects)?
[from poster session] New Question: 1. What do I present a T&P committee? Why write up a project?
[from poster session] New Question: Does the work produce new artifacts for the community? (ex. geo-referenced TIFFs that others could use & adapt)?
[from poster session] New Question: What about methodology sections in our writing?
Is the reasoning behind the selection of a particular gazetteer or data source described?
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Is the rationale for choice of software included in project documentation?
Is there any information relating to licensing/ future usage of elements of the project (e.g. creative commons licence), and citation?
While this section is not meant to be narrow and about interface design, I do think there is room to ask whether adequate documentation about interface design/methodology has been included.
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