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The open-sourcing of Mobile Oxford

The open-sourcing of Mobile Oxford has begun in earnest. On our list of things to do we have choosing a license, producing documentation, and splitting out the Oxford-specific parts.
To differentiate between the Oxford instance and the code it’s running on we’ve decided to call the project Molly.
Licensing
We’re as yet unsure as to which license we’ll [...]

Live bus locations from ACIS/OxonTime

I spent a day a little while back investigating how to get the raw data behind OxonTime’s live bus locations. Here’s how it works.
Please be aware that what follows is the result of a purely academic investigation, and that before using this information it may be worth contacting Oxfordshire County Council to discuss your plans, [...]

Slides from a presentation to ‘The Alternative Guide’ JISC Project Assembly – 9th December 2009

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Slides from a presentation to ‘The Alternative Guide’ JISC Project Assembly – 9th December 2009

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Slides from a presentation to ‘The Alternative Guide’ JISC Project Assembly – 9th December 2009

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Slides from the Erewhon Presentation for Mobile Oxford at the JISC ININ SSBR Elluminate Session

Erewhon at Handheld Learning Conference

Mobile Oxford & Erewhon @ FOTE 2009

I’ll be joining Peter Robinson and Carl Marshall (from our sister http://steeple.posterous.comSteeple podcasting project) at the Future of Technology in Education conference today in London. 

The Future of Technology in Education Conference 2009 (FOTE09) is dedicated to showcasing the hottest technology related trends and challenges impacting the academic sector over the next 1 – [...]

M&S Using Datamatrix 2D Bar Codes

Alex Dutton and I are on our way to see the guys in Bristol who are part of the JISC funded Rapid Innovation project “Mobile Campus Assistant” (link to follow).
En route we noticed that Marks and Spencer have started putting 2D barcides on some of their products to provide bits of information to their [...]

Datamatrix (2D Barcode) for m.ox.ac.uk

Points your Datamatrix readers at this! :) (Link is due to be live on the 5th October).
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