I'd like a basic session as well. Something for people like me that hear Solr
is great, but aren't even sure exactly what it is.
Also, is there a conference price, or is it just the hotel room? I can't find
anything on the website price wise other than $119/night for the hotel.
There is a registration fee for the conference, but it appears to have
fallen out of the template this year. It's traditionally hovered
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 08:13, David A. Faler dfa...@tlcdelivers.com wrote:
I'd like a basic session as well. Something for
A quick addendum for talk proposers:
We have 47 proposals and approximately 17 slots. That means 30 or
more disappointed talk proposers. But fret not! The conference will
have ample opportunities to share your ideas in lightning talks,
breakout sessions, and (most importantly) brewpub chats.
Want to get involved with the Asheville conference but don't know where to
Several committees could use your help, especially T-shirt and Hospitality
Getting involved is really easy--just add your name to the wiki:
Code4lib Northwest is returning to White Stag in Portland on June 7, 2010!
Code4Lib Northwest connects developers, innovators, and problem
solvers so they can share information about projects, trends and
technologies. Most importantly, it seeks to develop a community where
One feature missing from the EBSCO Search Box Builder is the ability to limit
by date. Does anyone know of a way to do this from the search box code? I
tried all the values from the results page with no success.
I'm having a hard time finding any information about this online
I was asked by somebody from a college @ my institution whether they
should go with assigning DOI for their journal articles:
I can see the advantage of this approach and my first thought is more
about whether they have resources in running their purl server, or
So I have no actual experience with this.
But you have to pay for DOI's. I've never done it, but I don't think
you neccesarily have to run your own purl server -- CrossRef takes care
of it. Of course, if your documents are going to be moving all over the
place, if you run your own purl
You should be able to find all the information you need about CrossRef fees and
Information about the system of registering and maintaining DOIs is at:
Bucknell, Terry wrote:
Note that as well as registering DOIs for the articles in LLT, LLT would be
obliged to link to the articles cited by LLT articles (for cited articles that
have DOIs too).
Huh, I didn't know that. I understand the motivation, but investigating
whether every cited
The first question is: what are they trying to accomplish by having DOIs?
Do they have a long-term plan for persistence of their content? Financial
If they're looking for persistent identifiers, I don't understand (a
priori), why DOI is better, as an identifier scheme, than any other
Heh, Declan can't even make Declan do pushups... ;)
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