Project Runeberg is an open and voluntary initiatve to publish classic Nordic literature? on the Internet?. It was started in December 1992 by Lars Aronsson, who still coordinates the project. The result is a website with a few hundred titles. The website can be reached on http://runeberg.org/
Similar sites are called digital libraries.
In the spring 2002, Project Runeberg starts an experiment with Wiki technology. This is a website where anybody can edit any page. The Wiki website is available on http://runeberg.org/wiki
Project Runeberg formally belongs in Lysator, a students' computer club at Linköping University in Linköping, Sweden. The project is based entirely on unpaid voluntary work. A core of members are called editors, including:
More information about Project Runeberg is available on http://runeberg.org/admin/ and a timeline can be found on http://runeberg.org/admin/timeline.html