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Alternate track papers & posters of the 13th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW Alt. '04
Participation in the web of communities requires a common language, a common technological structure and development of content that is relevant and captivating. This paper reports on a project that both conserves a rich regional cultural heritage and has structured the content developed during this conservation to be fluidly shared with both the domain and the broader communities. It also examines the varied degrees of acceptance within these communities.doi:10.1145/1010432.1010439 fatcat:vcbs37uih5ggppfapqp2pxjopy