Hi Charles-Antoine, I can't be terribly specific about timing, but ranging anywhere between eventually and in the near future, we here at LC will have an alpha offering of LCSH data as SKOS RDF that should be available to the public. The SKOS data should be able to help with your thesaurus
I don't know if it's still the case, but I know a recent EAD project that tried to use Castor said that it had problems with mixed content models. -- Clay On Feb 1, 2008, at 10:50 AM, Riley, Jenn wrote: -Original Message- I now need to read XML. Unlike indexing and doing OAI-PMH,
Hi all, This is for any of you GIS specialists out there! Please help me if possible, and feel free to email backchannel since this is somewhat off-topic for both listservs. I'm a bit of a newbie to doing GIS and geomatics work. As part of an effort to enable geographical browse, search, and
On Dec 5, 2007, at 3:18 PM, Michael J. Giarlo wrote: I think I understood about four words of this. That sounds about right. (/me ducks, jokingly) Good luck, and rock on! -Mike I'm not even sure if *I* understand it. I'm beginning to take a Homer Simpson-esque (as Sanitation
Hi Peter, I completely agree with everything you just wrote, especially about Atom + APP being more than just a technology for blogs. APP is a great lightweight alternative to WebDAV, and promising for all sorts of data transfer. The fact that it has developer groundswell is a huge plus.
I'm sure most of you have seen this, but there is a lot of good work going on regarding XQuery full text searching by the W3C. LC is pushing a lot of the activity in this group, and using hefty document-centric EAD examples in the testing. http://www.w3.org/TR/xquery-full-text/ FWIW,
of this position. The full job description can be found on the Princeton Library HR website: http://library.princeton.edu/hr/positions/JobDigitalLibrSpec12mth.html Thanks, Clay Redding  http://diglib.princeton.edu