What is digital humanities? There is no single agreed-upon answer amongst practitioners or members of the field. Many note that it is less a unified discipline than a series of methods and practices that share common values. One common value amongst the digital humanities crowd is openness and contributions from many, much as in the spirit of the internet . In that spirit of crowdsourcing and ground-up contributions, the Day of DH, an online project, “examines the state of the digital humanities through the lens of those within it.” Participants come together one day a year to individually document their DH activities for the day, and then collectively publish them in an open format. Each year, they are also asked: “How do you define digital humanities?” and asked to respond in an open format. Using these data, this project seeks to identify the methods, practices, and values that converge to form digital humanities, as well as to discover any evolutions in that composition over the five-year span of the data.