http://blog.ircmaxell.com/2014/10/a-lesson-in-security.html is an
interesting and thoughtful write-up on the technical details of this
On Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 12:38 PM, Joe Hourcle onei...@grace.nascom.nasa.gov
On Oct 31, 2014, at 11:46 AM, Lin, Kun wrote:
like NLM (with much richer
metadata) may be the way to go for your project.
On Friday, February 14, 2014 1:27 AM, jason bengtson j.bengtson...@gmail.com
We’re in the process of adopting Primo on the Health Sciences Campus of the
I can second Guzzle. We have been using it for our our in-house PHP
applications that require HTTP interactions for about six months and it has
worked out very well. Guzzle has also been incorporated as the new default HTTP
client in the next version of Drupal.
If you are interested in Drupal's future as a platform attending the barcamp
might give you a good idea where it is headed in the future given that the
session moderaters have nicely arranged for Larry Garfield, the the head of
Drupal 8's Web Services Initiative
Princeton University Library
Any code4lib members attended Drupal Con next week? I was wondering if there
might enough library focused attendees to try and have a breakout BOF session
at some point during the meeting. Contact me off list if you are interested.
This program may be of interest to list members.
Semantic Web: Linking Up Libraries and Beyond
In collaboration with the Library Association of the City University of
New York (LACUNY) and the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO),
NYART is pleased to present this workshop entitled
Just a reminder that the code4libNYC SIG has a program coming up next Tuesday.
Please RSVP if you are interested in attending because seats have filled up
quickly. There is no charge for this event.
The code4libNYC SIG is pleased to welcome Eric
. The applications we
are looking at deploying would be moderately active, 1,000 -2000 visits a day.
Thanks for any comments in advance.
questions do feel free to contact me off-list.
University Systems Librarian
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the schedule. The METRO office provides network connectivity and
projection so if you'd like to demo something that can easily be accomplished.
For more information on our past activities and programs see
our wiki at http://www.metro.org/collaborate/index.php/Code4libNYC.
See you on the 29th,
Kevin Reiss, Co-Convenor, Code4libNYC
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