Late last week, chef Ferran Adrià and others behind the digital culinary archive project Bullipedia announced the winners of Hacking Bullipedia. The contest was organized to gather ideas to apply to the website, including "searching, collecting, organizing, indexing, classifying, organizing, representing, presenting and visualizing information, and knowledge from the internet." A team including Adrià, representatives from Bullipedia partner Telefónica, and "top technologists, innovators, and chefs" ended up awarding two teams: Huevo, which uses cooking as a programming language, and Genesis, an intelligent navigation system. According to Wired UK, "30 teams made up of around 120 people from 14 countries and three continents submitted proposals." The program was so successful Adrià and company intend to hold another Hacking contest to further generate ideas for Bullipedia.
· Hacking Bullipedia [Official Site]
· Winning Bullipedia hackers 'extract the DNA' of recipes [Wired UK]
· All Bullipedia Coverage on Eater [-E-]