Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

2010-01-04 Thread Rosalyn Metz
correct me if i'm wrong, but didn't someone already set up a store.  i
distinctly remember there being a roy tennant thong (as do others if
you google it).  it appears to have gone away though...




On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:51 PM, Kevin S. Clarke kscla...@gmail.com wrote:
 I like that idea (and the idea of it as something that exists apart
 from the conference budget, but perhaps funds scholarships in the
 following year).  I think last year someone suggested putting all the
 t-shirt submissions in there (not just the winning one - It lets folks
 buy the conference shirt, but also others that might appeal to them).
 I think anyone in the community could register
 http://shop.cafepress.com/lisforge and manage it as a means to fund
 scholarships (or contribute in some other way - depending on the
 amount raised).

 Kevin



 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Michael J. Giarlo
 leftw...@alumni.rutgers.edu wrote:
 We've talked before about setting up a code4lib CafePress store.
 Maybe we've already done it?   It's an idea, at least.

 -Mike



 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 16:40, Christina Salazar
 christinagama...@gmail.com wrote:
 Y'know... I think y'all should order extras and sell and ship them to
 those of us who cannot attend. I love my past conference t-shirts and
 they get some interesting reactions when I wear 'em. I'd buy any one
 of these designs.

 Seems like you might be able to make a bit of dough for scholarships
 and whatnot...

 Christina Salazar

 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Patrick Hochstenbach
 patrick.hochstenb...@ugent.be wrote:
 Hello All,

 Here is the Inkscape entry designed by my lovely wife :)

 Greetings from Belgium,
 P@

 Skype: patrick.hochstenbach
 Patrick Hochstenbach   Software Architect
 University Library         +32(0)92647980
 Ghent University * Rozier 9 * 9000 * Gent










Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

2010-01-04 Thread MJ Ray
Michael J. Giarlo wrote:
 We've talked before about setting up a code4lib CafePress store.
 Maybe we've already done it?   It's an idea, at least.

Does CafePress sell ethical and organic cotton t-shirts?  I feel we
should try to avoid taking Uzbekistan's children out of school to
make library-related clothing if we can.

More information and links at
http://www.news.software.coop/are-your-free-software-t-shirts-ethical/112/

Thanks,
-- 
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Reg. Office: 36 Orchard Cl., Kewstoke, Somerset, GB-BS22 9XY


Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

2010-01-04 Thread Edward M. Corrado
I don't know about all of their products, but the do have Made in USA 
shirts -which may be made in sweatshops in the USA but theoratically 
should be made following the employment laws of the USA which would not 
allow for taking kids out of school in Uzbekistan.


Edward


MJ Ray wrote:

Michael J. Giarlo wrote:
  

We've talked before about setting up a code4lib CafePress store.
Maybe we've already done it?   It's an idea, at least.



Does CafePress sell ethical and organic cotton t-shirts?  I feel we
should try to avoid taking Uzbekistan's children out of school to
make library-related clothing if we can.

More information and links at
http://www.news.software.coop/are-your-free-software-t-shirts-ethical/112/

Thanks,
  


Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

2010-01-04 Thread Kevin S. Clarke
They also offer organic t-shirts.

Kevin


On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 8:42 AM, Edward M. Corrado ecorr...@ecorrado.us wrote:
 I don't know about all of their products, but the do have Made in USA shirts
 -which may be made in sweatshops in the USA but theoratically should be made
 following the employment laws of the USA which would not allow for taking
 kids out of school in Uzbekistan.

 Edward


 MJ Ray wrote:

 Michael J. Giarlo wrote:


 We've talked before about setting up a code4lib CafePress store.
 Maybe we've already done it?   It's an idea, at least.


 Does CafePress sell ethical and organic cotton t-shirts?  I feel we
 should try to avoid taking Uzbekistan's children out of school to
 make library-related clothing if we can.

 More information and links at
 http://www.news.software.coop/are-your-free-software-t-shirts-ethical/112/

 Thanks,




Re: [CODE4LIB] yaoss4ll

2010-01-04 Thread Alejandro Garza Gonzalez
I second John Fereira's comment re: putting this information into a CMS 
=) For instance it'd be awesome to browse by language...


And, Drupal actually has a series of library-related modules out there; 
you already mention the MARC module in 
http://infomotions.com/tmp/oss/discovery.html ... here are two lists for 
more library-related modules:


  http://drupalib.interoperating.info/library_modules
  http://groups.drupal.org/node/14062

_alejandro


John Fereira said the following on 22/12/2009 12:25 p.m.:

Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
Putting it on a wiki anyone can edit makes it, perhaps, somewhat more 
likely that it ends up maintained longer, making it easier for other 
people to get involved in maintaining it without technological 
barriers or proprietary feelings getting in the way.
I was thinking of something more along the lines of putting it into a 
CMS (i.e. Drupal) so that voting/ranking/tagging tools could be used 
to allow the community to rate the viability and discovery of each item.


I may actually need to  do something like this but for a different 
domain on a project that I'll be working on over the next year.


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Re: [CODE4LIB] yaoss4ll [cms]

2010-01-04 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jan 4, 2010, at 10:54 AM, Alejandro Garza Gonzalez wrote:

 I second John Fereira's comment re: putting this information into a CMS =) 
 For instance it'd be awesome to browse by language...


For the past week or so I have been trying to evaluate content management 
systems (CMS). Boy, there are bunches of them out there! Lot's of choice. The 
market is so much more mature in this area compared to librayr-specific open 
source applications. (Ironically, MyLibrary is/was sort of like a CMS in that 
it was intended to create certain types of Web pages based on the content of a 
database. No HTML knowledge required.)

But the real question I want to ask is, To what degree do existing CMS 
applications force a sort of vendor lock-in? The vast majority of the 
applications I've looked, briefly, are PHP/MySQL combinations. This means some 
relational database is created, complete with application-specific tables, 
records, and fields. The PHP code then does I/O against the database to create 
and maintain website content. Cool.

Suppose I invested my time and energy into one of these systems? For a long 
time it does what it is expected to do. Suppose then it breaks, becomes no 
longer supported, or a newer/cooler application comes along. How am I expected 
to get my content out of the first CMS and into second application? At least in 
Library Land we have MARC records (ick) to allow for some sort of migration 
path. I'm a bit hesitant when it comes to CMS application. Should I rely on the 
community at this point to come up with a solution?

Yea, I can read the underlying database, create a cross-walk, do some magic, 
port from one system to anther, and hope to retain the better part of my 
functionality, but some things always get lost in translation.

To what degree should website administrators be concerned with such things? 
Back-end content creators might simply see the easy-of-use of creating content. 
Geeky people, like me, might see a severe problem for the future.

Y'alls input would be greatly appreciated.

-- 
Eric Lease Morgan


Re: [CODE4LIB] yaoss4ll [cms]

2010-01-04 Thread Karen Coombs
Eric,

What's great about some of these systems is that there are modules written
to do exactly what you are talking about. For example there is a Drupal
module that will allow to export your Wordpress site and import it into
Drupal. Most of the PHP/MySQL CMSs I've played with have an underlying
framework that makes this much easier than messing with the database tables
natively.

Also, many of these systems are looking to expose their data in structured
ways which can be accessed by other systems. So web services are becoming a
big part of these systems. I believe that Silverstripe has web services
natively and there are several web sevice modules for Drupal.

In terms of vendor lock in, I just don't see it that way. Because Wordpress
and Drupal are open source, support can be provided from a variety of
vendors. Many Drupal vendors contribute modules and other code. Because of
this variety you aren't reliant on a single provider to chose to continue to
support a particular product. If an open source CMS does go away then many,
many community members will be doing migration and it is VERY likily that
migraiton scripts/modules will get written and shared with the community.
Certainly I saw this when huge numbers of blogs migrated from Movable Type
to Wordpress.

Hope this helps.

Karen

On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:17 AM, Eric Lease Morgan 
eric_mor...@infomotions.com wrote:

 On Jan 4, 2010, at 10:54 AM, Alejandro Garza Gonzalez wrote:

  I second John Fereira's comment re: putting this information into a CMS
 =) For instance it'd be awesome to browse by language...


 For the past week or so I have been trying to evaluate content management
 systems (CMS). Boy, there are bunches of them out there! Lot's of choice.
 The market is so much more mature in this area compared to librayr-specific
 open source applications. (Ironically, MyLibrary is/was sort of like a CMS
 in that it was intended to create certain types of Web pages based on the
 content of a database. No HTML knowledge required.)

 But the real question I want to ask is, To what degree do existing CMS
 applications force a sort of vendor lock-in? The vast majority of the
 applications I've looked, briefly, are PHP/MySQL combinations. This means
 some relational database is created, complete with application-specific
 tables, records, and fields. The PHP code then does I/O against the database
 to create and maintain website content. Cool.

 Suppose I invested my time and energy into one of these systems? For a long
 time it does what it is expected to do. Suppose then it breaks, becomes no
 longer supported, or a newer/cooler application comes along. How am I
 expected to get my content out of the first CMS and into second application?
 At least in Library Land we have MARC records (ick) to allow for some sort
 of migration path. I'm a bit hesitant when it comes to CMS application.
 Should I rely on the community at this point to come up with a solution?

 Yea, I can read the underlying database, create a cross-walk, do some
 magic, port from one system to anther, and hope to retain the better part of
 my functionality, but some things always get lost in translation.

 To what degree should website administrators be concerned with such things?
 Back-end content creators might simply see the easy-of-use of creating
 content. Geeky people, like me, might see a severe problem for the future.

 Y'alls input would be greatly appreciated.

 --
 Eric Lease Morgan



Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

2010-01-04 Thread Smith,Devon
There is a cafepress store front for code4lib. There's nothing in it at the 
moment. http://www.cafepress.com/code4lib

Last year I suggested that all tshirts be put in the store. Then I forgot all 
about it. Oops, my bad.

Tentative guidelines:
- The contest and the store are separate. You can enter the contest and not 
have your shirt in the store.
- Shirts will be sold at cost for now.
- To get your design in the store, send it to code4libcafepr...@decasm.com. By 
sending it to this address, you agree to the following terms: Designs submitted 
to the code4lib cafepress store will be sold for amounts to be determined by 
the code4libcon mailing list. Any revenue generated beyond costs will be spent 
according to voting on that list. You retain copyright, but grant permission to 
the code4lib community to sell any product available on cafepress with the 
submitted design. These guidelines are tentative and subject to change. You 
agree to be cool about that.


For best results, tshirts for the cafepress store should be designed with this 
template:  http://www.cafepress.com/content/si/temp_10x10_apparel.zip


/dev


-Original Message-
From: Code for Libraries [mailto:code4...@listserv.nd.edu] On Behalf Of Rosalyn 
Metz
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 7:23 AM
To: CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

correct me if i'm wrong, but didn't someone already set up a store.  i
distinctly remember there being a roy tennant thong (as do others if
you google it).  it appears to have gone away though...




On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:51 PM, Kevin S. Clarke kscla...@gmail.com wrote:
 I like that idea (and the idea of it as something that exists apart
 from the conference budget, but perhaps funds scholarships in the
 following year).  I think last year someone suggested putting all the
 t-shirt submissions in there (not just the winning one - It lets folks
 buy the conference shirt, but also others that might appeal to them).
 I think anyone in the community could register
 http://shop.cafepress.com/lisforge and manage it as a means to fund
 scholarships (or contribute in some other way - depending on the
 amount raised).

 Kevin



 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Michael J. Giarlo
 leftw...@alumni.rutgers.edu wrote:
 We've talked before about setting up a code4lib CafePress store.
 Maybe we've already done it?   It's an idea, at least.

 -Mike



 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 16:40, Christina Salazar
 christinagama...@gmail.com wrote:
 Y'know... I think y'all should order extras and sell and ship them to
 those of us who cannot attend. I love my past conference t-shirts and
 they get some interesting reactions when I wear 'em. I'd buy any one
 of these designs.

 Seems like you might be able to make a bit of dough for scholarships
 and whatnot...

 Christina Salazar

 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Patrick Hochstenbach
 patrick.hochstenb...@ugent.be wrote:
 Hello All,

 Here is the Inkscape entry designed by my lovely wife :)

 Greetings from Belgium,
 P@

 Skype: patrick.hochstenbach
 Patrick Hochstenbach   Software Architect
 University Library         +32(0)92647980
 Ghent University * Rozier 9 * 9000 * Gent










Re: [CODE4LIB] resource sharing/ill oss

2010-01-04 Thread Ian Ibbotson
Well not sure if it's what you're looking for, but we maintain a GPL
toolkit called OpenRequest that implements ISO 10161/10160 (And has a
rudimentary database and UI for testing).  It's been used by a few
vendors to implement their ILL Protocol stack. Stephanie Taylor and I
have been discussing starting up an Interleding 2.0 group to see what
next gen ILL systems should look like and see if we can build
something cool and funky on top of OpenRequest.

Ian.

2010/1/4 Eric Lease Morgan eric_mor...@infomotions.com:
 Do you know of any resource sharing/ILL open source software?

 Prospero seems like a likely candidate, but it also seems to have gone 
 missing.

 [1] http://bones.med.ohio-state.edu/prospero/

 --
 Eric Lease Morgan



Re: [CODE4LIB] resource sharing/ill oss

2010-01-04 Thread Ross Singer
Has anybody followed up on Relais announcement that their products
will be open sourced:

http://www.relais-intl.com/relais/home/Relais%20Products%20Go%20Open%20Source%20-%20Press%20Release.pdf

?

OpenILL (which was written by the University of Winnipeg in Cold
Fusion) also seems to have disappeared.

-Ross.

On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 12:29 PM, Eric Lease Morgan
eric_mor...@infomotions.com wrote:
 Do you know of any resource sharing/ILL open source software?

 Prospero seems like a likely candidate, but it also seems to have gone 
 missing.

 [1] http://bones.med.ohio-state.edu/prospero/

 --
 Eric Lease Morgan



Re: [CODE4LIB] yaoss4ll [cms]

2010-01-04 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jan 4, 2010, at 12:06 PM, Karen Coombs wrote:

 What's great about some of these systems is that there are modules written
 to do exactly what you are talking about... Hope this helps.

Yes, this makes sense. Thank you for elaborating. I think the next time we do 
the website redesign thang we may very well go the CMS route.

-- 
Eric Lease Morgan


Re: [CODE4LIB] resource sharing/ill oss

2010-01-04 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jan 4, 2010, at 1:05 PM, Ian Ibbotson wrote:

 Well not sure if it's what you're looking for, but we maintain a GPL
 toolkit called OpenRequest that implements ISO 10161/10160 (And has a
 rudimentary database and UI for testing)

Added to my internal list:

  http://developer.k-int.com/projects.php?page=openrequest

Thank you, and say hello to Neil for me.

-- 
Eric Morgan


Re: [CODE4LIB] ipsCA Certs

2010-01-04 Thread Godmar Back
Hi,

in my role as unpaid tech advisor for our local library, may I ask a
question about the ipsCA issue?

Is my understanding correct that ipsCA currently reissues certificates [1]
signed with a root CA that is not yet in Mozilla products, due to IPS's
delaying the necessary vetting process [2]? In other words, Mozilla users
would see security warnings even if a reissued certificate was used?

The reason I'm confused is that I, like David, saw a number of still valid
certificates from IPS Internet publishing Services s.l. already shipping
with Firefox, alongside the now-expired certificate. But I suppose those
certificates are for something else and the reissued certificates won't be
signed using them?

Thanks,

 - Godmar

[2] https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=529286
[1] http://certs.ipsca.com/Support/hierarchy-ipsca.asp

On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 4:02 PM, John Wynstra john.wyns...@uni.edu wrote:

 Out of curiosity, did anyone else using ipsCA certs receive notification
 that due to the coming expiration of their root CA (December 29,2009), they
 would need a reissued cert under a new root CA?

 I am uncertain as to how this new Root CA will become a part of the
 browsers trusted roots without some type of user action including a software
 upgrade, but the following library website instructions lead me to believe
 that this is not going to be smooth.  http://bit.ly/53Npel

 We are just about to go live with EZProxy in January with an ipsCA cert
 issued a few months ago, and I am not about to do that if I have serious
 browser support issue.


 --
 
 John Wynstra
 Library Information Systems Specialist
 Rod Library
 University of Northern Iowa
 Cedar Falls, IA  50613
 wyns...@uni.edu
 (319)273-6399
 



Re: [CODE4LIB] ipsCA Certs

2010-01-04 Thread Richmond,Ian
I think you are correct.  I and another library went and got a re-issued cert 
from ipsCA, stuck it in ezproxy, and found that Firefox as well as opera gave a 
security warning. (Actually, Opera never did work with the old ipsCA cert 
either.)  

There is also correspondence between Mozilla and ipsCA, culminating in a note 
that Mozilla won't be activating the ipsCA cert, since they are past the 
deadline.

I was interested from the language that there seemed to be a way of activating 
certs rather than just putting them in there; perhaps you are seeing inactive 
certs from ipsCA?

-Original Message-
From: Code for Libraries [mailto:code4...@listserv.nd.edu] On Behalf Of Godmar 
Back
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 2:52 PM
To: CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] ipsCA Certs

Hi,

in my role as unpaid tech advisor for our local library, may I ask a
question about the ipsCA issue?

Is my understanding correct that ipsCA currently reissues certificates [1]
signed with a root CA that is not yet in Mozilla products, due to IPS's
delaying the necessary vetting process [2]? In other words, Mozilla users
would see security warnings even if a reissued certificate was used?

The reason I'm confused is that I, like David, saw a number of still valid
certificates from IPS Internet publishing Services s.l. already shipping
with Firefox, alongside the now-expired certificate. But I suppose those
certificates are for something else and the reissued certificates won't be
signed using them?

Thanks,

 - Godmar

[2] https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=529286
[1] http://certs.ipsca.com/Support/hierarchy-ipsca.asp

On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 4:02 PM, John Wynstra john.wyns...@uni.edu wrote:

 Out of curiosity, did anyone else using ipsCA certs receive notification
 that due to the coming expiration of their root CA (December 29,2009), they
 would need a reissued cert under a new root CA?

 I am uncertain as to how this new Root CA will become a part of the
 browsers trusted roots without some type of user action including a software
 upgrade, but the following library website instructions lead me to believe
 that this is not going to be smooth.  http://bit.ly/53Npel

 We are just about to go live with EZProxy in January with an ipsCA cert
 issued a few months ago, and I am not about to do that if I have serious
 browser support issue.


 --
 
 John Wynstra
 Library Information Systems Specialist
 Rod Library
 University of Northern Iowa
 Cedar Falls, IA  50613
 wyns...@uni.edu
 (319)273-6399
 



[CODE4LIB] retrospectively registering for pre-conference?

2010-01-04 Thread Joyce Chapman
Hi all,

I registered for the upcoming Code4Lib conference but did not register for a
pre-conference event. I would now like to register for the pre-conference as
well, but I can't figure out how to register for just the pre-conference and
not the whole conference again. Who can I get in touch with about this?

Thank you,
Joyce

-- 
Joyce Chapman
NCSU Libraries Fellow
Metadata and Cataloging/
Digital Library Initiatives
joyce_chap...@ncsu.edu


[CODE4LIB] Female roomate wanted for Code4libcon

2010-01-04 Thread Cindy Harper
Hi - I've booked a room at the marriott.  Would like to share with female
room-mate to cut costs.  Must mention that I snore, alas.

Cindy Harper, Systems Librarian
Colgate University Libraries
char...@colgate.edu
315-228-7363


Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

2010-01-04 Thread Ross Singer
I've asked it before, I'll ask it again.

Can we add the Roy Thong(tm)?

-Ross.

On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 1:02 PM, Smith,Devon smit...@oclc.org wrote:
 There is a cafepress store front for code4lib. There's nothing in it at the 
 moment. http://www.cafepress.com/code4lib

 Last year I suggested that all tshirts be put in the store. Then I forgot all 
 about it. Oops, my bad.

 Tentative guidelines:
 - The contest and the store are separate. You can enter the contest and not 
 have your shirt in the store.
 - Shirts will be sold at cost for now.
 - To get your design in the store, send it to code4libcafepr...@decasm.com. 
 By sending it to this address, you agree to the following terms: Designs 
 submitted to the code4lib cafepress store will be sold for amounts to be 
 determined by the code4libcon mailing list. Any revenue generated beyond 
 costs will be spent according to voting on that list. You retain copyright, 
 but grant permission to the code4lib community to sell any product available 
 on cafepress with the submitted design. These guidelines are tentative and 
 subject to change. You agree to be cool about that.


 For best results, tshirts for the cafepress store should be designed with 
 this template:  http://www.cafepress.com/content/si/temp_10x10_apparel.zip


 /dev


 -Original Message-
 From: Code for Libraries [mailto:code4...@listserv.nd.edu] On Behalf Of 
 Rosalyn Metz
 Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 7:23 AM
 To: CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU
 Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

 correct me if i'm wrong, but didn't someone already set up a store.  i
 distinctly remember there being a roy tennant thong (as do others if
 you google it).  it appears to have gone away though...




 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:51 PM, Kevin S. Clarke kscla...@gmail.com wrote:
 I like that idea (and the idea of it as something that exists apart
 from the conference budget, but perhaps funds scholarships in the
 following year).  I think last year someone suggested putting all the
 t-shirt submissions in there (not just the winning one - It lets folks
 buy the conference shirt, but also others that might appeal to them).
 I think anyone in the community could register
 http://shop.cafepress.com/lisforge and manage it as a means to fund
 scholarships (or contribute in some other way - depending on the
 amount raised).

 Kevin



 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Michael J. Giarlo
 leftw...@alumni.rutgers.edu wrote:
 We've talked before about setting up a code4lib CafePress store.
 Maybe we've already done it?   It's an idea, at least.

 -Mike



 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 16:40, Christina Salazar
 christinagama...@gmail.com wrote:
 Y'know... I think y'all should order extras and sell and ship them to
 those of us who cannot attend. I love my past conference t-shirts and
 they get some interesting reactions when I wear 'em. I'd buy any one
 of these designs.

 Seems like you might be able to make a bit of dough for scholarships
 and whatnot...

 Christina Salazar

 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Patrick Hochstenbach
 patrick.hochstenb...@ugent.be wrote:
 Hello All,

 Here is the Inkscape entry designed by my lovely wife :)

 Greetings from Belgium,
 P@

 Skype: patrick.hochstenbach
 Patrick Hochstenbach   Software Architect
 University Library         +32(0)92647980
 Ghent University * Rozier 9 * 9000 * Gent











Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

2010-01-04 Thread Ross Singer
I note they also have a boxer short option -- so, I'll up the ante
to an entire line of Roy Tennant Undergarments

-Ross.

On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:31 PM, Ross Singer rossfsin...@gmail.com wrote:
 I've asked it before, I'll ask it again.

 Can we add the Roy Thong(tm)?

 -Ross.

 On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 1:02 PM, Smith,Devon smit...@oclc.org wrote:
 There is a cafepress store front for code4lib. There's nothing in it at the 
 moment. http://www.cafepress.com/code4lib

 Last year I suggested that all tshirts be put in the store. Then I forgot 
 all about it. Oops, my bad.

 Tentative guidelines:
 - The contest and the store are separate. You can enter the contest and not 
 have your shirt in the store.
 - Shirts will be sold at cost for now.
 - To get your design in the store, send it to code4libcafepr...@decasm.com. 
 By sending it to this address, you agree to the following terms: Designs 
 submitted to the code4lib cafepress store will be sold for amounts to be 
 determined by the code4libcon mailing list. Any revenue generated beyond 
 costs will be spent according to voting on that list. You retain copyright, 
 but grant permission to the code4lib community to sell any product available 
 on cafepress with the submitted design. These guidelines are tentative and 
 subject to change. You agree to be cool about that.


 For best results, tshirts for the cafepress store should be designed with 
 this template:  http://www.cafepress.com/content/si/temp_10x10_apparel.zip


 /dev


 -Original Message-
 From: Code for Libraries [mailto:code4...@listserv.nd.edu] On Behalf Of 
 Rosalyn Metz
 Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 7:23 AM
 To: CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU
 Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

 correct me if i'm wrong, but didn't someone already set up a store.  i
 distinctly remember there being a roy tennant thong (as do others if
 you google it).  it appears to have gone away though...




 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:51 PM, Kevin S. Clarke kscla...@gmail.com wrote:
 I like that idea (and the idea of it as something that exists apart
 from the conference budget, but perhaps funds scholarships in the
 following year).  I think last year someone suggested putting all the
 t-shirt submissions in there (not just the winning one - It lets folks
 buy the conference shirt, but also others that might appeal to them).
 I think anyone in the community could register
 http://shop.cafepress.com/lisforge and manage it as a means to fund
 scholarships (or contribute in some other way - depending on the
 amount raised).

 Kevin



 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Michael J. Giarlo
 leftw...@alumni.rutgers.edu wrote:
 We've talked before about setting up a code4lib CafePress store.
 Maybe we've already done it?   It's an idea, at least.

 -Mike



 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 16:40, Christina Salazar
 christinagama...@gmail.com wrote:
 Y'know... I think y'all should order extras and sell and ship them to
 those of us who cannot attend. I love my past conference t-shirts and
 they get some interesting reactions when I wear 'em. I'd buy any one
 of these designs.

 Seems like you might be able to make a bit of dough for scholarships
 and whatnot...

 Christina Salazar

 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Patrick Hochstenbach
 patrick.hochstenb...@ugent.be wrote:
 Hello All,

 Here is the Inkscape entry designed by my lovely wife :)

 Greetings from Belgium,
 P@

 Skype: patrick.hochstenbach
 Patrick Hochstenbach   Software Architect
 University Library         +32(0)92647980
 Ghent University * Rozier 9 * 9000 * Gent












Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest

2010-01-04 Thread Roy Tennant
Ross, you are entirely too kind. ;-)
Roy


On 1/4/10 1/4/10 € 7:34 PM, Ross Singer rossfsin...@gmail.com wrote:

 I note they also have a boxer short option -- so, I'll up the ante
 to an entire line of Roy Tennant Undergarments
 
 -Ross.
 
 On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:31 PM, Ross Singer rossfsin...@gmail.com wrote:
 I've asked it before, I'll ask it again.
 
 Can we add the Roy Thong(tm)?
 
 -Ross.
 
 On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 1:02 PM, Smith,Devon smit...@oclc.org wrote:
 There is a cafepress store front for code4lib. There's nothing in it at the
 moment. http://www.cafepress.com/code4lib
 
 Last year I suggested that all tshirts be put in the store. Then I forgot
 all about it. Oops, my bad.
 
 Tentative guidelines:
 - The contest and the store are separate. You can enter the contest and not
 have your shirt in the store.
 - Shirts will be sold at cost for now.
 - To get your design in the store, send it to code4libcafepr...@decasm.com.
 By sending it to this address, you agree to the following terms: Designs
 submitted to the code4lib cafepress store will be sold for amounts to be
 determined by the code4libcon mailing list. Any revenue generated beyond
 costs will be spent according to voting on that list. You retain copyright,
 but grant permission to the code4lib community to sell any product available
 on cafepress with the submitted design. These guidelines are tentative and
 subject to change. You agree to be cool about that.
 
 
 For best results, tshirts for the cafepress store should be designed with
 this template:  http://www.cafepress.com/content/si/temp_10x10_apparel.zip
 
 
 /dev
 
 
 -Original Message-
 From: Code for Libraries [mailto:code4...@listserv.nd.edu] On Behalf Of
 Rosalyn Metz
 Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 7:23 AM
 To: CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU
 Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] T-shirt Design Contest
 
 correct me if i'm wrong, but didn't someone already set up a store.  i
 distinctly remember there being a roy tennant thong (as do others if
 you google it).  it appears to have gone away though...
 
 
 
 
 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:51 PM, Kevin S. Clarke kscla...@gmail.com wrote:
 I like that idea (and the idea of it as something that exists apart
 from the conference budget, but perhaps funds scholarships in the
 following year).  I think last year someone suggested putting all the
 t-shirt submissions in there (not just the winning one - It lets folks
 buy the conference shirt, but also others that might appeal to them).
 I think anyone in the community could register
 http://shop.cafepress.com/lisforge and manage it as a means to fund
 scholarships (or contribute in some other way - depending on the
 amount raised).
 
 Kevin
 
 
 
 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Michael J. Giarlo
 leftw...@alumni.rutgers.edu wrote:
 We've talked before about setting up a code4lib CafePress store.
 Maybe we've already done it?   It's an idea, at least.
 
 -Mike
 
 
 
 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 16:40, Christina Salazar
 christinagama...@gmail.com wrote:
 Y'know... I think y'all should order extras and sell and ship them to
 those of us who cannot attend. I love my past conference t-shirts and
 they get some interesting reactions when I wear 'em. I'd buy any one
 of these designs.
 
 Seems like you might be able to make a bit of dough for scholarships
 and whatnot...
 
 Christina Salazar
 
 On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Patrick Hochstenbach
 patrick.hochstenb...@ugent.be wrote:
 Hello All,
 
 Here is the Inkscape entry designed by my lovely wife :)
 
 Greetings from Belgium,
 P@
 
 Skype: patrick.hochstenbach
 Patrick Hochstenbach   Software Architect
 University Library         +32(0)92647980
 Ghent University * Rozier 9 * 9000 * Gent
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Re: [CODE4LIB] retrospectively registering for pre-conference?

2010-01-04 Thread Kevin S. Clarke
Hi,

Me.  I'll pass your email along to the registration folks and they'll
be able to handle the preconf registration for you.

Kevin



On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 3:45 PM, Joyce Chapman joyce.chap...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi all,

 I registered for the upcoming Code4Lib conference but did not register for a
 pre-conference event. I would now like to register for the pre-conference as
 well, but I can't figure out how to register for just the pre-conference and
 not the whole conference again. Who can I get in touch with about this?

 Thank you,
 Joyce

 --
 Joyce Chapman
 NCSU Libraries Fellow
 Metadata and Cataloging/
 Digital Library Initiatives
 joyce_chap...@ncsu.edu