Edition 3.6 of Dr. Kim Blank's widely-admired site Mapping Keats's Progress has been released.
Dr. Kim Blank's site Mapping Keats's Progress: a Critical Chronology, which "has received plaudits and unsolicited praise from respected colleagues," (Suzie Grogan) has progressed to edition 3.5. This project is a collaboration with HCMC and is a fully Endings-compliant project.
A new edition of the Map of Early Modern London site, edition 6.5, was published on 15th September 2020. This is the first edition to include a fully-tagged transcription of the 1598 edition of John Stow's A Survey of London.
Many other changes are listed in the Release Notes.
Project Endings, a joint collaboration between the UVic Libraries and HCMC, funded by a SSHRC grant, now has a permanent resting-place for its website, at https://endings.uvic.ca. The site has links to all the presentations and publications coming out of the project, our Endings Principles for Digital Longevity, and news and information on all the related Endings-compliant projects which have been published recently.