Over the next few years, we plan a focused effort to build on this remarkable achievement. To do this, we need your help, in the form of both (a) project leads and (b) contributors to smaller, discrete tasks within those projects. We have a number of short-term projects  related to Anthology operations, and also ideas with longer time horizons that require input, shaping, and direction. In one of the project lead roles, you would have the opportunity to contribute to a substantial piece of the Anthology’s operations and future course.
- Anthology Assembly Lead: Direct the static rewrite of the Anthology  (goal: completion Mar/2019). - Anthology Publication Lead: Assist with the ingestion of conference proceedings and liaison with Softconf to improve and simplify the process (Apr/2019). - Anthology Search & API Lead: Address issues with third-party search engines  (Apr/2019). Help with the design and building of a custom Anthology-hosted search engine based on bibsearch  (open-ended). - Anthology Data Lead: Help ensure the integrity of existing and future data  in the Anthology (Dec/2019). - Anthology Aesthetics Lead: Improve the visual display of the Anthology on the web (Dec/2019).
These roles will be selected by the Director and persist as long or as short as you like.
If you do not have the interest or time to take on a leadership role, but are still interested in contributing, we are also looking for occasional contributors. People in such roles will work with Leads and the Director to dispatch issues on our GitHub page  (which are often pieces of larger projects). Examples include:
- Investigate tools we might use for static site generation and write a small report. - Write a Python script to convert the Anthology’s authoritative XML to a YAML database. - Help crowdsource a list of name spelling variations so we can build consolidated author pages. - Identify terms (ideally automatically) that should be protected for title casing, and issue a pull request. - Handle individual requests for corrections  (simple edits to authoritative XML)
**If something bothers you about the Anthology, please let us help you fix it!**
We welcome volunteers with any relevant background and experience. You can register your interest or ask questions by emailing the Anthology Director, Matt Post, at anthology at aclweb.org.
Links:  ACL Anthology: http://aclanthology.info/  short-term projects: https://github.com/acl-org/acl-anthology/projects  static rewrite of the Anthology: https://github.com/acl-org/acl-anthology/projects/3  issues with third-party search engines: https://github.com/acl-org/acl-anthology/projects/6  bibsearch: https://github.com/mjpost/bibsearch  integrity of existing and future data: https://github.com/acl-org/acl-anthology/projects/5  issues on our Github page: https://github.com/acl-org/acl-anthology/issues  individual requests for corrections: https://github.com/acl-org/acl-anthology/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3Acorrection