Neatline Release Omnibus Edition

For the next and final round of the Omeka plugin release parade, I’m pleased to announce minor or patch releases for all Neatline plugins. Neatline is an Omeka plugin that helps you tell stories in time and space from your Omeka collection. For more information, see our original announcement or the Neatline site.

For now, these are maintenance releases that patch up bugs and improve performance. Stay tuned over the course of the next couple months, though, for news about some exciting new directions for Neatline. We’re hard at work on a new round of development that’s going to migrate Neatline over to Omeka 2.0, make it a lot easier to use Neatline in a multi-user classroom environment, and make it possible to connect paragraphs, sentences, and words in TEI texts to specific locations in Neatline exhibits.

Here’s some information about the bug-fix releases.

Neatline

Summary
The main changes here are bug fixes. We also now store the GIS feature data as KML instead of Well-Known Text.
Version
1.1.1
Commit Details
Plug-in Page
On Github
Issues

NeatlineMaps

Summary
The main changes here are bug fixes and adding internationalization support.
Version
1.0.1
Commit Details
Plug-in Page
On Github
Issues

NeatlineTime

Summary
The main changes here are extra configuration options, bug fixes, and internationalization support.
Version
1.1.0
Commit Details
Plug-in Page
On Github
Issues

NeatlineFeatures

Summary
The main changes here are bug fixes, KML data, and internationalization support.
Version
1.1.0
Commit Details
Plug-in Page
On Github
Issues

For all of these, you can download the plugins from their plugin pages and provide feature suggestions or report problems on their issues pages. For general questions and help, feel free to ask on the Omeka forums.

My interests include text processing, text mining, and natural language processing, as well as web-development and general programming. Studied medieval English literature and linguistics at UGA. Dissertated on lexicography. Now I program in Haskell and write when I'm not building cool stuff for the Scholars' Lab. Also, husband and parent. Do you notice that sleep…

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