Thanks for the feedback! That does sound (to me) like something we
should fix - I'm looking into it.
All the best,
On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 5:15 PM, KREYCHE, MICHAEL mkrey...@kent.edu wrote:
Please see what you can do about https access to the GBS api.
I would like to ask you, whether is there somebody, from whom I can ask
permissions, to use the name code4lib.hu for an unconference meetup, where
Hungarian library coders could talk, and pair-program in a style of a Drupal
codesprint or OCLC mashaton?
There's nobody to ask formal permission for, but I think you've done the
right thing by suggesting it on this listserv and seeing what the
As one member of the community, I think that's a great idea and an
appropriate use of the code4Lib name, and I expect that everyone else
As Jonathan pointed out, there is nobody to ask formal permission - just
go ahead and do it. Personally, I would love to see some of these
regional code4lib conferences/meetups/symposium/whatever happen around
the world. Who knows, I might even show up to one :-).
Edward - who actually plans
Thank you for completing the Doodle poll, and based on that information, there
will be a Code4Lib Midwest Regional Meeting conference call tomorrow
Who: anybody who wants to participate
What: conference call
When: Thursday, March 10 from 4 - 5 o'clock (Eastern time)
Most of the examples I've seen of OAI-ORE seem to assume that you're
ultimately interested in only one object within the resource map --
effectively, it's content negotiation.
Has anyone ever played with using ORE to point at an aggregation, with the
expectation that the user will be
I was very impressed with the talks at the conference on Mobile Catalog
searching and what to do a show and tell for my library staff. However, Kim
Griggs presentation doesn't appear to be up yet...:( (I really liked your
presentation! Others did great too...) And I didn't
I don't know nothing 'bout birthing no babies or android apps, but the
android developer site lists an emulator and virtual machines on the
On 10/03/2010 12:37 PM, Jill Ellern wrote:
I was very
So we were wondering, Is there a mobile emulator for the Android phone
you would recommend?
Yes. Your best bet is to use the emulator that comes with the Android Software
Development Kit (SDK). One of the other code4lib presentations included some
screenshots showing some of the
Dear Jonathan and Edward,
Thank you for your kindness. I will let you know, if the initiative
ps. Edward: if you come to Hungary, and you would like to hear some
advice about nice places here, drop me a private email, maybe I can
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