Re: [CODE4LIB] Web Filter Recomendations

2014-04-07 Thread Ryan Eby
For filtering specific things squid will do it plus give you some caching to boot. By specific things I mean you can use it to block certain domains or content types. There are blacklists out there for advertising domains and the like that you can plug and play. We’ve done this in the past

Re: [CODE4LIB] EZProxy changes / alternatives ?

2014-01-31 Thread Ryan Eby
they got. I remember it being about getting something a consortia of libraries could use together so may have been more complex requirements than what is looked for here. -- Ryan Eby

Re: [CODE4LIB] desk scheduling software?

2013-09-10 Thread Ryan Eby
I'm not directly involved with scheduling thankfully, but we have had quite a few systems including excel, calendars, etc. One we are trying now is It is definitely not polished and suffers from feature bloat but the bloat is kind of what people wanted to try. It

Re: [CODE4LIB] Digital collection backups

2013-01-11 Thread Ryan Eby
As Aaron alludes to your decision should base off your real needs and they might not be exclusive. LOCKSS/MetaArchive might be worth the money if it is the community archival aspect you are going for. Depending on your institution being a participant might make political/mission sense regardless

Re: [CODE4LIB] Job Posting: Digital Library Repository Developer, Boston Public Library (Boston, MA)

2011-09-28 Thread Ryan Eby
please accept my application below On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 3:24 PM, Blake, Tom wrote: S... now that we've cleared this up - anyone want to apply? Thomas Blake Digital Projects Manager Boston Public Library 700 Boylston St.

Re: [CODE4LIB] ny times best seller api

2011-09-28 Thread Ryan Eby
that said if you are hoping to get reviews i had very low results. i was hoping they included reviews for things that might not have made the best sellers but most of what i tried in some sample searches came up blank. haven't bothers doing much with the historical best seller data otherwise. eby

Re: [CODE4LIB] audio transcription software

2010-05-12 Thread Ryan Eby
depending on your budget there are quite a few services available to do it for you. some include time-code information depending on what interfaces you want to build. came across this list in someone's delicious feed on here: eby On

Re: [CODE4LIB] NoSQL - is this a real thing or a flash in the pan?

2010-04-12 Thread Ryan Eby
On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 10:55 AM, Thomas Dowling wrote: So let's say (hypothetically, of course) that a colleague tells you he's considering a NoSQL database like MongoDB or CouchDB, to store a couple tens of millions of documents, where a document is pretty much an

Re: [CODE4LIB] ILS short list

2010-04-08 Thread Ryan Eby
It would probably be worth putting your findings on the code4lib wiki if you end up getting very far. I had started a list awhile ago but never got around to getting more info/completing it. Here's what I have so far based on talking with people. The information may be out of date: Evergreen and

Re: [CODE4LIB] ILS short list

2010-04-08 Thread Ryan Eby wrote: On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 2:32 PM, Ryan Eby wrote: Unicorn * Export Built in. MARC21 or flat file formats. Unicode support is available as an extra. an extra??? This is the saddest thing I've ready all day.

Re: [CODE4LIB] open source software ideascale

2010-02-11 Thread Ryan Eby
I'm guessing that you are, but I'm wondering if you plan on compiling some of the comments and votes and writing more about them. I'd hate to see some of these comments go the way of a survey. eby On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 7:01 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:52

[CODE4LIB] Print Management Software Options

2010-02-08 Thread Ryan Eby
I'm interested in knowing what everyone is using for print management and cost recovery for public printing. We're currently using Pharos but I'd like to see what else is out there. I don't really have any requirements other than preferably available separate from any computer management system.

Re: [CODE4LIB] Location of the first Code4Lib North meeting?

2010-01-21 Thread Ryan Eby
Only thing I would add is that for the detroit crossing coming back into the US it seems that library conference as your reason is an automatic trunk search as it has happened both times I've mentioned it. eby. On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 3:28 PM, John Fereira wrote: David Fiander

[CODE4LIB] BISAC Subject Headings Lookup or Crosswalk

2009-01-21 Thread Ryan Eby
I was wondering if anyone knows of a good BISAC Subject Headings source for looking up a recommended BISAC based on ISBN, LCSH, etc. I've found some pages on saying they were starting work on crosswalks and possibly including them in WorldCat but I haven't seen any returned in any

Re: [CODE4LIB] BISAC Subject Headings Lookup or Crosswalk

2009-01-21 Thread Ryan Eby
the minimum of due diligence. Roy [1] On 1/21/09 1/21/09 € 9:12 AM, Ryan Eby wrote: I was wondering if anyone knows of a good BISAC Subject Headings source for looking up a recommended BISAC based on ISBN, LCSH, etc. I've

Re: [CODE4LIB] code4lib 2009 conference registration is *open*

2008-12-17 Thread Ryan Eby
Is the a count of current registrations somewhere? I remember there being one last year I think. eby On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 1:26 PM, Wick, Ryan wrote: I'm stuck on the first page. I have everything filled out, pre-confs selected, but when I click the Continue to

Re: [CODE4LIB] place for code examples?

2008-05-11 Thread Ryan Eby
Just catching up now on Code4Lib emails. I threw this idea around awhile back in #code4lib and it seemed like most thought people used their own blog for snippets and code hosts for real projects and it wasn't worth doing. I was thinking wiki for code snippets with maybe svn for various small

[CODE4LIB] Another Video Update

2008-05-04 Thread Ryan Eby
FYI, all of the first and second day presentations, first day lightning talks and most of second day lightning talks are now embedded or linked on the Code4Lib site. Let me know if I missed anything or put incorrect links. Not everything processed in order and I tried to get them up as quick as

Re: [CODE4LIB] hosting

2007-08-02 Thread Ryan Eby
Ryan Eby has more info here. This isn't a criticism of Blyberg, AADL or good intentions. It's just reality. And I think it illustrates the point perfectly. -Ross.

Re: [CODE4LIB] Z39.50 for III Database?

2007-05-08 Thread Ryan Eby
Birkin, Definitely welcome. I saw the JSON webservice noted on the Simplifying ILL page and wondered if you were releasing the code. Thanks for sharing. Ryan Eby On 5/8/07, Birkin James Diana [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: snip It's likely not as extensible as David's terrific code, since mine uses

Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib journal idea revival?

2007-04-16 Thread Ryan Eby
There is actually already a OJS sandbox installation on Code4Lib. Jonathan Rochkind appears to be getting things organized so if anyone really wants to help you should probably talk to him. Eby On 4/16/07, Bigwood, David [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When considering tools, the PKP (Public

Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib journal idea revival?

2007-04-11 Thread Ryan Eby
Well I don't think there was any real interest in having a journal on the level of an actual publisher. It seemed more on the alignment of something like First Monday but with even less structure/schedule. From what I remember, which may be wrong, it was more of a collection of community output

Re: [CODE4LIB] Unicode from MySQL display problem

2007-04-10 Thread Ryan Eby
Don't have experience but a search showed that you may have to set-up your mysql connection from PHP to use utf8 as php isn't good with unicode. They recommended this: $result = mysql_query('SET NAMES utf8;'); $result = mysql_query('SET CHARACTER_SET utf8;'); You can apparently also set up your

[CODE4LIB] Code4Lib 2007 Podcast and More

2007-04-03 Thread Ryan Eby
Well I was in the process of doing a nice metadata rich ATOM feed but then realized people have waited long enough. Took 20 minutes but here is an Odeo podcast for the Code4Lib 2007 presentations. Lightning talks forthcoming. Odeo has the benefit that you can

Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib 2007 Podcast and More

2007-04-03 Thread Ryan Eby
to be playing at high speeds. Everyone sounds like a Disney character. Something on my end, or Odeo's? Or is that what lightening talks REALLY mean? -- Mark Sandford Special Formats Cataloger William Paterson University (973)270-2437 [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 4/3/07, Ryan Eby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib 2007 Podcast and More

2007-04-03 Thread Ryan Eby
iTunes and the like shouldn't have a problem though, I should note. Just the flash players. Eby On 4/3/07, Ryan Eby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nope, that's my fault. I apparently didn't choose CBR for all of them. Flash doesn't support VBR and makes it sound like chipmunks. Sorry about

Re: [CODE4LIB] not munging reply-to (was Re: [CODE4LIB] E-Resource Access Management Services)

2007-04-02 Thread Ryan Eby
It's slow but you should be able to change your settings here, once you have a password: It's actually been too slow once I get to a list for me to confirm. Eby On 4/2/07, Dan Scott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Oh dear $deity: Given the impossibility of elevating one

Re: [CODE4LIB] Using OpenID in libraries

2007-03-22 Thread Ryan Eby
I haven't seen much in library world outside of some talk/discussion. I did come across one academia that did implement it: Not sure if it's taken off much otherwise in the academic or public sector. I think quite a few are

Re: [CODE4LIB] Video encoding done - Mashup idea request

2007-03-16 Thread Ryan Eby
remember which ones were sent to. Ryan Eby On 3/16/07, K.G. Schneider [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: One way we can express our appreciation (and I know from my home camcorder efforts that taping is easy... encoding etc., that's the slog) is to tell people about this far and wide. I plan to do a hat

Re: [CODE4LIB] Video encoding done - Mashup idea request

2007-03-16 Thread Ryan Eby
Yes, I'm ripping the audio as well. I had stopped doing it temporarily to focus on getting all the videos up. I'm also working on some pod/vod casts. I have to say npeden++ for splitting everything up. It makes everything much easier. Ryan On 3/16/07, Tom Keays [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: [CODE4LIB] Question about conference video

2007-03-15 Thread Ryan Eby
I just looked at it and I see the embedded video. I did just add some recently. Can you try reloading the page and see if its there? Eby On 3/15/07, Joan Starr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Question: I notice that on my conference page (, the view video option isn't

Re: [CODE4LIB] Videos

2007-03-11 Thread Ryan Eby
I did dump the audio to MP3 though I didn't do any cleaning of the audio and didn't optimize anything (128k, etc). The link is available on the presentation page: I could probably re-encode to a more optimized file if there is interest. Eby On 3/11/07, K.G.

Re: [CODE4LIB] Posting files

2007-03-09 Thread Ryan Eby
The internet archive would work as suggested before. I'd also be willing to host at MSU since there are no bandwidth restrictions. I think code4lib could be usable but if it gets popular I'm not sure if ksclarke gets charged for overage. We could also possibly upload it to multiple places and

Re: [CODE4LIB] Videos

2007-03-09 Thread Ryan Eby
I should have mentioned that I'm tagging them as I go: eby On 3/9/07, Ryan Eby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Once the videos are uploaded to code4lib I'll add links if someone else doesn't. For those that were finished so far I've

Re: [CODE4LIB] Videos

2007-03-09 Thread Ryan Eby
of willing individuals. People came forward to do it, and are still working to complete it. At minimum, Karen Schneider, Noel Peden, and Ryan Eby have been involved with taping, editing, and mounting on the web all of the talks from the conference. Others have also done bits here and there. It has been

Re: [CODE4LIB] Screencast editing advice?

2007-03-07 Thread Ryan Eby
I didn't follow this thread well but in case they haven't been mentioned here are some bookmarks I had for screencast and osx: Tips:

Re: [CODE4LIB] Re: [CODE4LIB] Videos of presentations?

2007-02-25 Thread Ryan Eby
I was going to do that as well as other formats for iPod, etc unless someone had a problem with it. Eby On 2/25/07, Jeremy Frumkin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just curious ­ any reason not to just upload the video to Youtube? (I¹m not saying this needs to be the only distribution method, but it¹s

Re: [CODE4LIB] Videos of presentations?

2007-02-25 Thread Ryan Eby
I've uploaded rather large videos to Google so it may be an alternative. Their download options are nice as well. Eby On 2/25/07, K.G. Schneider [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Please all take this as my consent. :-) I have my own camcorder, tripod, and three or four tapes with me, and plan to do

Re: [CODE4LIB] Fwd: Polls for Code4Lib 2008 Hosting Open!

2007-02-20 Thread Ryan Eby
And here's the beer profiles for those interested in more metadata: Eby On 2/20/07, Edward Summers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: for those not on the conference discussion list

Re: [CODE4LIB] Server names at libraries

2006-10-27 Thread Ryan Eby
I can't remember who told me or where I read it but some place is using the periodic table with the elements matching the IP of the machine. I think it might be LOC but I'm not for sure. So: would be H would be He etc Ryan On 10/26/06, Jody Fagan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: [CODE4LIB] [Web4lib] Access 2006 presentations podcasts available

2006-10-23 Thread Ryan Eby
/download. The podcast links to the audio on the original site. Ryan Eby On 10/23/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ** This message has been cross-posted to several lists. ** The Access 2006 conference speaker presentations and podcasts are now available at: http://www.access2006

Re: [CODE4LIB] worldcat

2006-08-22 Thread Ryan Eby
authorization. Ryan Eby On 8/22/06, Eric Lease Morgan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a public Z39.50/SRU/SRW/Web Services interface to WorldCat or OpenWorldCat? I would like to create a simple search engine

Re: [CODE4LIB] blocked IRC

2006-02-28 Thread Ryan Eby
I had this problem too at the library. Luckily I was able to pull an IP that had a gateway that didn't block it. There's quite a few IRC CGI programs set-up around the web that will let you connect via a web browser. A google search will find you some. Eby On 2/28/06, Andrew Nagy [EMAIL