We are looking for examples of SVG usage for pottery and other archaeological finds in digital publications. You have got your own drawings and would like to publish them? Let us know by commenting here!
A few months ago I posted here a vision to put pottery drawings on the Semantic Web. Now I’m trying to follow up on that vision, going into the details and problems that it brings to light.
I have created a new repository at bitbucket to give this idea more substance than a series of blog posts. For now there is nothing but a small set of pages written in reStructured Text for use with Sphinx. The plan is to add SVG samples, possibly some XLST snippets, and I know that I’m going to write some Python code.
There are some strong assumptions here:
These four reasons explain why SVG is the holy grail we should aim for.