Re: [CODE4LIB] The Berman Catalog

2008-06-23 Thread Ed Summers
I actually created a minimal RubyOnRails view on the Berman data a few years ago. http://catalog.sanfordberman.org The src code for this is readily available if anyone is interested in helping Madeline work on it: http://inkdroid.org/bzr/berman/ The data has an interesting history, for

Re: [CODE4LIB] code4lib 2009

2008-06-23 Thread Michael J. Giarlo
On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 11:20 AM, Roy Tennant [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: JodiS suggested Abigail Sellen in the chatroom, which I'm posting here so we don't lose track of the suggestion. She does look quite interesting: http://research.microsoft.com/~asellen/. There is a video of her talking at

Re: [CODE4LIB] The Berman Catalog

2008-06-23 Thread Karen Coyle
Are there any rights issues? If not, it would be good to make the raw files available, say by putting them up at the Internet Archive. kc md wrote: I have the raw data files of the former Hennepin County Library catalog and authority files. This is the innovative, unique catalog created

[CODE4LIB] Code4Lib Journal, Issue 3

2008-06-23 Thread Ron Peterson
The third issue of the Code4Lib Journal is now available at http://journal.code4lib.org/.  Issue 3 continues the breadth and depth of articles that you found in the first 2 issues.  Check out the table of contents included below: Code4Lib Journal * Editorial Introduction - Issue -

[CODE4LIB] Job Posting: Director for Knowledge Integration, Stanford, CA

2008-06-23 Thread Ryan Max Steinberg
Stanford's Lane Medical Library and Knowledge Management Center has an opening for a Director for Knowledge Integration. For a full description and information about applying, please see: http://jobs.stanford.edu Job ID: 30457 Reporting to the Associate Dean for Knowledge Management,

Re: [CODE4LIB] The Berman Catalog

2008-06-23 Thread md
Thanks for the encouraging words about the Berman Catalog to fellow colleagues... I don't know if you know, but Although I did find the Ruby code here http://inkdroid.org/bzr/berman/ I did not find the Marc record reader or parser you created...was it MARC : : Forgiving Reader? to read the

[CODE4LIB] Rapi: An open-source OPAC package

2008-06-23 Thread Jesse Prabawa
Hi, Rapi is an open-source project of the WING group in the School of Computing, National University of Singapore licensed under the MIT license. Rapi provides an OPAC package that allows you to: 1. Build a Lucene index from your MARC files 2. Screen scrape live circulation data from your

Re: [CODE4LIB] use of OpenSearch response elements in libraries?

2008-06-23 Thread Roy Tennant
I believe WorldCat qualifies, although the API is not yet ready for general release (but soon): http://worldcat.org/devnet/index.php/SearchAPIDetails Roy On 6/23/08 6/23/08 € 8:55 PM, Godmar Back [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, are there any examples of functioning OpenSearch interfaces to

Re: [CODE4LIB] use of OpenSearch response elements in libraries?

2008-06-23 Thread Godmar Back
Thanks --- let me do some query refinement then -- does anybody know of examples where record metadata (e.g., MARCXML or DC) is returned as an OpenSearch response? [ If I understand the proposed Worldcat API correctly, OpenSearch is used only for pre-formatted citations in HTML. ] - Godmar On