On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 6:58 PM, Jodi Schneider jodi.a.schnei...@gmail.com wrote: The first question is: what are they trying to accomplish by having DOIs? DOIs are just a form of Handle, which is a persistent URL schema. I don't think I need to explain what PURLs are designed to accomplish.
Please explain in more details, that will be more helpful. It has been a while. Back to 2007, I checked PURL's architecture, and it was straightly handling web addresses only. Of course, current HTTP protocol is not going to last forever, and there are other protocols in the Internet. The
Back in 2007, I had a different job, different email address and lived in a different state. Things change. If people are sending emails to ross.sin...@gatech.edu to fix the library web services, they are going to be sorely disappointed and should perhaps check
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Hello coders, I'm looking at tracking our III OPAC usage via a Google Analytics-like tool. As far as I can tell, GA itself doesn't track POST data for privacy reasons. Anyone here know of something for this? I found an open-source GA-like, on-your-own-server PHP project called Piwik