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Steve.Museum: Tagger 2.1 Released

"Steve” is a collaborative research project exploring the potential for user-generated descriptions of the subjects of works of art to improve access to museum collections and encourage engagement with cultural content.

We are pleased to announce the release of Steve.museum's Tagger 2.1.

Posted by Charles Moad 2008-05-22

Steve.Museum: Tagger 2.0 Released

"Steve” is a collaborative research project exploring the potential for user-generated descriptions of the subjects of works of art to improve access to museum collections and encourage engagement with cultural content.

We are pleased to announce the release of Steve.museum's Tagger 2.0.

Posted by Charles Moad 2007-10-18

Tagger 1.5 RC1 Released

This release is the first candidate for tagger 1.5. It is being released for general availability to coincide with MW2007.

Posted by Charles Moad 2007-04-12

1.0 Released !

The steve tagger version 1.0 (including beta admin tool) is now available to download from the steve Sourceforge page:
https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=149610
A big thanks to everyone who has contributed their time, effort and
expertise to make this release a reality.

Posted by David Mark Ellis 2006-10-12

Release Candidate 2 available for download!

Well, we finally have a release candidate. Feel free to download and experiment. Any bugs or feedback greatly appreciated. Thanks to all those involved in producing this release, from testers through to the developers. Have fun!

https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=149610

Posted by David Mark Ellis 2006-10-11

steve 0.0062 released

Version 0.0062 is now available to download. This version includes some minor bug fixes and improvements.

Posted by Gavin Foster 2006-09-18

steve 0.005 released

The 0.005 version is available for download. It includes a working tagger tool and installer.

Posted by David Mark Ellis 2006-09-06

Version 0.002 of the beta core now available

0.002 has some minor improvements and restructuring to support our soap services. Available for release now! Please download and tell us what you think.

Posted by David Mark Ellis 2006-08-18

Steve (core) 1.0 - beta - version 0.001 is available!

Our first beta release of the steve 1.0 core package is now available for download! Note that this is a complete rewrite of our original prototype. Feel free to download, test it and write some code using it!

We hope that we have frozen the API specification at this point. Note that this release does not contain any interface code so programmers only I'm afraid.

Posted by David Mark Ellis 2006-08-11

Steve Dev distribution list available

A distribution list has been created for communications related to the development of the steve tagger tool.
Subscribe:
http://steve.museum/mailman/listinfo/steve.dev/

Archive:

http://www.steve.museum/pipermail/steve.dev/index.html

Posted by Michael Jenkins 2006-08-07

API spec for 0.001 alpha is up on sourceforge

Check out the latest API spec for steve 1.0. These interfaces will form the API for exposing steve.museum via SOAP and php5.

http://steve-museum.sourceforge.net/docs/

Posted by David Mark Ellis 2006-08-04

Steve Tool Development Roadmap Published

A development roadmap for the steve.museum tool has been published to the "Docs" section of the project SourceForge site and on the steve project website at http://www.steve.museum/images/stories/pdf/steve%20tool%20roadmap.pdf.

Posted by Michael Jenkins 2006-08-04

Steve 1.0 Release Scheduled

The 1.0 version of the steve social tagging tool will be released September 15, 2006.

The steve package will support a web-based tagging service, allowing museums to import images and comma delimited (csv) metadata files to a viewing and tagging environment with a limited number of interface parameters set to default states. Users can register, view images from museum-defined sets, tag these images and search for images based on metadata and prior tag assignments. Tags assigned by users can be exported in a csv format for subsequent analysis and deployment in other search systems.

Posted by Michael Jenkins 2006-08-04