CLARIN.SI has a virtual organisation at GitHub called CLARINSI that hosts a number of projects related to language resources and technologies, such as PoS and NER taggers, word normalisers, standards and conversions between linguistic formalisms.
CLARIN.SI hosts a GitLab server that offers a platform for developers of language technology tools and resources. The main advantage as compared to GitHub.com is that projects can also be made private, without paying any fee; also that not all of our code is stored by companies in the U.S. If you would like an account on GitLab@CLARIN.SI, please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining who you are and why you need access.
CLARIN.SI hosts and instance of WebAnno, a tool for on-line manual linguistic annotation of corpora; to read more about WebAnno, have a look at the home page of the project. If you would like an account on WebAnno@CLARIN.SI, please send a mail to email@example.com explaining who you are and why you need access.
CLARIN.SI hosts a text annotation service named ReLDIanno that enables processing of three South Slavic languages: Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian. There are two main ways of using ReLDIanno: through a web application and through a Python library. You can read more about this service on the dedicated CLASSLA K centre page.
CLARIN.SI supports the filming and archiving of the JOTA lectures, organised by the Slovene Society for Language Technologies, on the VideoLectures portal. Note that the recordings of some other CLARIN events are also also available at VideoLectures.