Joshua Ramon Enslin

Joshua Ramon Enslin is a student of Southeast Asian Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt. His main research interests concern contemporary labor migration, digitization, and the history of ideas in Indonesia and the Philippines. He has previously worked in translations from Indonesian to German and software development. At museum-digital he is mainly responsible for the further technical development of the frontend, musdb, and md:term. He has also contributed to the development of the "Themator", and contributed to the English and Indonesian translations of museum-digital.

OpenSearch: Search museum-digital directly from the browser’s search bar

OpenSearch is an open web standard for describing search functions of web services. If a website supports it, the browser will take note and offer the user to install the website as a search machine. One especially nice aspect of it is, that OpenSearch can be implemented in just a few lines of code. It

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Using Textblocks in musdb

museum-digital has a lot of “hidden” features; hidden on purpose to not blur the users’ focus. One of these is the text blocks features in musdb, our inventorization and data input tool. Thus far, the text blocks had only been described in a presentation from mid-2018 (in German) – hence this blog post.

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„Erwachendes Mädchen“ von Eva Gonzalès, Kunsthalle Bremen – Der Kunstverein in Bremen (CC BY-NC-SA)

Türkçe

The frontend of museum-digital is now available in Turkish. As a very nice side effect, this also unlocks the Turkish translations for keywords, and place and actor names we have been gathering for the last half a year. Image credits: Eva Gonzalès: „Girl Awakening“, Kunsthalle Bremen – Der Kunstverein in Bremen (CC BY-NC-SA)

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