Re: [CODE4LIB] One Data Format Identifier (and Registry) to Rule Them All

2009-05-06 Thread Mike Taylor
Alexander Johannesen writes: With Topic Maps it's been solved years and years ago, and it's the part of it that the RDF world didn't think of until recently (and applied their kludges). I'm not going to bang my gong on this, just urge you to read up on PSIs. Can't you just tell us? _/|_

[CODE4LIB] Vacancy at Wageningen UR Library

2009-05-06 Thread Boheemen, Peter van
We are looking for: - An enthusiastic developer, interested in search and retrieve technology - Familiar with indexing of metadata repositories. Knowledge of indexing algorithms and (full text) indexing techniques, such as used in the Lucene project. Familiar with 'relevance ranking' and

[CODE4LIB]

2009-05-06 Thread Tim Cornwell
By way of a response to Etienne's request to hear from other fedora-commons development, and our own announcement: The NSDL technical network services group (TNS) has released it's own set of tools for repository management based on a fedora-commons back end. At http://ncore.nsdl.org/ you can

[CODE4LIB] Fedora-commons repositories

2009-05-06 Thread Tim Cornwell
(thought it better to have a subject line) By way of a response to Etienne's request to hear from other fedora-commons development, and our own announcement: The NSDL technical network services group (TNS) has released it's own set of tools for repository management based on a fedora-commons

Re: [CODE4LIB] Fedora-commons repositories

2009-05-06 Thread David Kennedy
Tim, Is there documentation available for the generalized fedora-commons API? Thanks Dave - David Kennedy Systems Programmer Perkins Library, Duke University (919) 613-6831 david.kenn...@duke.edu Tim Cornwell tc...@cornell.edu Sent by: Code for Libraries CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU

Re: [CODE4LIB] Fedora-commons repositories

2009-05-06 Thread Tim Cornwell
Yes. A bit hard to find, but via the Repository link at the Ncore.nsdl.org site's Services selection (http://ncore.nsdl.org/index.php?menu=services) Documentation for the generalized fedora-commons API: http://wiki.nsdl.org/index.php/Community:NDR What we call the NDR is the fedora-commons