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DOAP, like FOAF for OS

By kcoyle, Section Mindful Link Propagation
Posted on Wed Jul 21st, 2004 at 12:18:11 PM EST

Description-Of-A-Project (DOAP) is a vocabulary for describing open source projects that builds on FOAF.

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JCDL 2004 Report

By jaf, Section Mindful Link Propagation
Posted on Tue Jun 22nd, 2004 at 07:54:42 PM EST
I've finished typing up my report on the Joint Conference for Digital Libraries 2004, which was held in Tucson, Arizona the week of June 7. This was a very good conference, and although it was heavily weighted with attendees from Computer Science and MIS departments, there were a fair number of librarians present as well.

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Six Steps to LCC@Home

By ksclarke, Section Mindful Link Propagation
Posted on Sat May 1st, 2004 at 08:16:02 PM EST

A very entertaining story/set of instructions about/for setting up a home library. Hasn't every cataloger (or anyone who has ever taken a cataloging course -- beyond the required ones) done this?

Kendall Clark, the author, is not a librarian yet has some pretty insightful observations about the scope of the whole process (and cataloging in general). I think this new O'Reilly column has just made it onto my bookmarks list.

http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2004/04/28/lcc.html?page=1

Kevin

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mod_oai planned

By pbinkley, Section Mindful Link Propagation
Posted on Fri Apr 23rd, 2004 at 05:53:14 AM EST
Work is underway to create an OAI module for Apache, mod_oai. "... the planned OAI-PMH interface to Apache Web servers should allow responding to requests to collect all files added or changed since a specified date, or all files that are of a specified MIME-type." This should do a lot to move OAI-PMH into the mainstream.

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Linkstacking - it's not just for breakfast anymore

By jaf, Section Mindful Link Propagation
Posted on Thu Apr 22nd, 2004 at 11:37:14 PM EST
A previous /u/l/i story described a new service created by Dan Chudnov called unalog. I've just written a blog entry describing the basic functional concept behind unalog (linkstacking), and also pointing out some other like services. It will be interesting to see just how long it takes for linkstacking to go mainstream...

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Hacking the Library

By Anonymous Hero, Section Mindful Link Propagation
Posted on Fri Apr 9th, 2004 at 09:09:06 AM EST
XML.com has a new regular column "Hacking the Library", by Kendall Grant Clark. A channel for library geekitude to reach the wider geekery.

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SRW/U and CQL Version 1.1 Specifications Released

By dchud, Section Mindful Link Propagation
Posted on Tue Feb 24th, 2004 at 02:06:38 PM EST
As seen on xml4lib, and quoting that post from Ray Denenberg, "The SRW Maintenance Agency at the Library of Congress, in conjunction with the SRW Development Group, announces the release of version 1.1 of SRW, the Search/Retrieve Web Service; SRU, Search and Retrieve by URL; and CQL, the Common Query Language." See the SRW/U and CQL pages for more information. -dchud

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