The core of the TimeMap community is provided by the primary development team in Sydney and Saratov, and members of the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative at Berkeley and associated organisations. ECAI has developed training materials for TimeMapand stages training workshops, as well as assisting individual members with setting up applications.
The Sydney-based team of software and application developers can provide rapid response technical support to members of the TimeMap Open Source Community, including the development of new functions as part of the core software and custom development of specialised functions where necessary. We prefer to add generic functionality to the software rather than developing one-off solutions, so that all users can benefit.
As well as supporting Community members, we are happy to provide technical advice to non-members who are considering using TimeMap.
Answers to specific questions may be available in our Frequently Asked Questions section. Created and last updated in Nov 2004, this is a digest of questions and answers on the ALOV discussion forum.
Please note that some of the answers relate to the ALOV software rather than TMJava. However TMJava is a superset, and thus backward compatible.
For other enquiries, please direct questions in the first instance to the project leader, Ian Johnson
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