We had another great meeting as part of the RCUK DE Programme PATINA project. We spent a lot of time talking about plans for the coming year’s HCI interventions. These are going to focus on archaeological field settings so now we need to formalise those settings. We spoke a lot about open archaeology and sharing, and I think a lot of this will also play to the strengths of the new DataPool JISC project here at Southampton. Angeliki Chrysanthi and Tom Frankland also presented some fantastic results using Looxcie2 at Portus as an ethographic tool and as an intervention.