Submissions are due 31 December 2013.
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[...] The Legislative XML Data Mapping Challenge invites competitors to produce a data map for US bill XML [i.e., the U.S. House XML Legislative Document Type Definitions, Schemas, and Samples] and the most recent Akoma Ntoso schema and UK bill XML [i.e., Crown Legislation Markup Language schema] and the most recent Akoma Ntoso schema. Gaps or issues identified through this challenge will help to shape the evolving Akoma Ntoso international standard.
The winning solution will win $10,000 in cash, as well as opportunities for promotion, exposure, and recognition by the Library of Congress. [...]
For more details, please see Tina Gheen’s announcement post at In Custodia Legis, and the challenge’s Website.
HT Tina Gheen
Tags: (John Sheridan, AKOMA NTOSO, Crown Legislation Markup Language, Fabio Vitali, House XML Schema, Kirsten Gullickson, Legal metadata mapping, Legal XML, Legislative data challenge, Legislative Documents in XML at the United States House of Representatives, Legislative metadata mapping, Legislative XML, Legislative XML Data Mapping Challenge, Library of Congress, Mapping of legislative metadata, Monica Palmirani