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Monthly Archives: September 2009
Want to know more about your project leader Andy Farke? He’s evidently too modest to mention it himself, but there’s an excellent audio interview with Andy up now up at People You Don’t Know. The first half-hour of the show … Continue reading
Data entry is really cranking along now! At present, we have 198 verified, 144 unverified, and around 30 entries to be compared and added to the verified list (more on this below). This adds up to around 375 total entries … Continue reading
Now’s your chance! In an effort to broaden participation, I’d like to reserve the papers listed at the end of this post for those who have not yet submitted any data and do not have access to a large personal … Continue reading
I wanted to make Open Dinosaur Project T-shirts for Andy, Matt and me to wear at SVP, so since I’ve gone to the trouble of putting them together, I figured I may as well let anyone else who wants one … Continue reading
The project is really rolling now – we have 46 project volunteers, 128 132 verified data entries and 46 56 unverified entries. Around 12 of the volunteers (representing several different countries) have submitted data, thus qualifying them for authorship. Thank … Continue reading
As I type this, 34 35 37 individuals have expressed interest in joining the ODP. This is a tremendous response, and we are incredibly grateful for your support. If you are interested but haven’t yet notified us, it’s never too … Continue reading
Wow, it has been a whirlwind of activity at the Open Dinosaur Project! After our official launch less than 24 hours ago, things have really begun to happen. Before we begin some background and tutorial posts, I just want to … Continue reading