Perhaps you did not know, but there is a whole mountain of valuable homeopathic literature buried in the libraries – old books, magazines, articles, essays, reviews etc.
The goal of the project is making these available for study, research or software development – never to be lost again.
The process of getting from an old dusty badly-printed book to a nice clean crispy electronic text runs as follows:
We are currently working on The Homoeopathic Physician magazine. If you wish to help with proofreading and learn a lot about homeopathy during the process, please apply here.
The articles of the American Homoeopathic Review magazines have reached step 6 of the process and are available online.
The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica have reached step 6 of the process and are available online.
Remember, this site runs on a Wikipedia-like engine (called DokuWiki), so you can make any changes as easily as clicking the Edit button, making your modifications and saving it.
Please read the formatting syntax manual before plunging into making any changes and test your first steps on the playground.
If you have plenty of time to waste and consider yourself a high priest of OCR processing, you could even help with the actual processing of the source materials! If you dare, please send us your application. Excellent attention to detail and saintly patience are a must.
If you wish to donate specifically for this project, please use the donation link below. For general purpose donations, please proceed here.
For direct bank transfer, please use the following banking information:
|Name on the Bank Account:||LEGATUM HOMEOPATHICUM|
|Foundation address:||Hrušková 28/A, 836 01 Bratislava, Slovakia|
|Bank Name:||FIO BANKA, A.S.|
|Bank Address:||Nám. SNP 21, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovakia|
|Bank Account number:||2900308392|
|BIC / SWIFT Code:||FIOZSKBAXXX|
|IBAN:||SK94 8330 0000 0029 0030 8392|
In the message to the recipient, make sure to state PROJECT HomeoPublish or something similar indicating you wish to support this particular project.