An updated IOSA website

Today marks the 18th anniversary of IOSA, Internet and Open Source in Archaeology, the project/working group that I got started with Giovanni Luca Pesce in 2004. Luca Bianconi would join a few years later and give a substantial contribution to the development of the oldest active software project under the IOSA umbrella, Total Open Station.

It seems an appropriate time to announce that the iosa.it website is now available with a revamped look, and has become the single container for all content previously available in separate websites, such as the Quantitative Archaeology Wiki.

There will be no substantial improvements to the website, but I consider it a “living archive” so I’m going to add more content as I find it and have the time to organize it properly.

Please find it at https://www.iosa.it/ as usual, and browse like it’s 2004 again.

Di Stefano Costa

Archaeologist, I work in Liguria where I live with my family. In my studies, I spent most of my energies with the Late Antique and Early Medieval/Byzantine period on the northern side of the Mediterranean, focusing on pottery usage patterns. I'm also involved in open source and open knowledge initiatives.

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