Re: [CODE4LIB] RFC 5005 ATOM extension and OAI

2007-10-19 Thread Ed Summers
Thanks for posting this Jakob. I was just reading RFC 5005 on the
train yesterday (literally) and the parallels between it and OAI-PMH
struck me as well. It's not quite clear to me how deleted records
would be handled with an atom archive feed. But I guess one could
assume if the identifier is no longer present it has been deleted it.
But that would require pulling the entire archive... I'm not really
sure how much deletes are really used in OAI-PMH repositories anyhow.

Stuart Weibel has written [1] about the subject of blog archiving in
the past. And I remember hearing Jon Udell and Dan Chudnov talk about
it [2]. Who knows what technorati, bloglines and googlereader are
doing in this area. I guess the reality is that blogs are on the web
and as such will be archived by InternetArchive [3]. But perhaps that
doesn't really fit quite right? That's my feeling.

I think your general point is correct. Libraries need to be
integrating themselves into the web these days rather than expecting
the web to integrate into them.

Oh, and would it be alright to add your blog to
http://planet.code4lib.org -- we need more of an international
presence on there IMHO.

//Ed

[1] http://weibel-lines.typepad.com/weibelines/2007/08/blog-curation-e.html
[2] 
http://blog.jonudell.net/2007/02/16/a-conversation-with-dan-chudnov-about-openurl-context-sensitive-linking-and-digital-archiving/
[3] http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://jakoblog.de/


Re: [CODE4LIB] CDS/ISIS question

2007-10-19 Thread Peter Kiraly

Thank you, Oscar for the tip. I'll check it.

peter király


- Original Message -
From: Oscar Gaona [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: CODE4LIB@listserv.nd.edu
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2007 6:21 PM
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] CDS/ISIS question



Peter

 You have to look for the Mini-micro CDS/ISIS Pascal book. There are
several versions of the English edition. I don't know an electronic
version of that, but I'm going to chek it.

 Regards,
 Oscar Gaona.


Peter Kiraly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Dear list members,

In the Winisis 1.5 manual one can read the following:
Note that, at present, only the following ISIS
library routines are available. ASSIGN, CHR, COPYSTR
(p. 140).

But in the manual there is no place to describe the
semantics and the syntax of these functions. Do you know
any documentation which focuses of the Isis library
routines? I Googled a lot, investigate the Unesco's
Isis site etc. but i haven't found anything usable.

Thanks in advance,

Peter Kiraly


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[CODE4LIB] CDS/ISIS question

2007-10-19 Thread Peter Kiraly

Dear list members,

In the Winisis 1.5 manual one can read the following:
Note that, at present, only the following ISIS
library routines are available. ASSIGN, CHR, COPYSTR
(p. 140).

But in the manual there is no place to describe the
semantics and the syntax of these functions. Do you know
any documentation which focuses of the Isis library
routines? I Googled a lot, investigate the Unesco's
Isis site etc. but i haven't found anything usable.

Thanks in advance,

Peter Kiraly


Re: [CODE4LIB] CDS/ISIS question

2007-10-19 Thread Oscar Gaona
Peter

  You have to look for the Mini-micro CDS/ISIS Pascal book. There are several 
versions of the English edition. I don't know an electronic version of that, 
but I'm going to chek it.

  Regards,
  Oscar Gaona.


Peter Kiraly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Dear list members,

In the Winisis 1.5 manual one can read the following:
Note that, at present, only the following ISIS
library routines are available. ASSIGN, CHR, COPYSTR
(p. 140).

But in the manual there is no place to describe the
semantics and the syntax of these functions. Do you know
any documentation which focuses of the Isis library
routines? I Googled a lot, investigate the Unesco's
Isis site etc. but i haven't found anything usable.

Thanks in advance,

Peter Kiraly


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