Re: [CODE4LIB] drupal question

2010-06-07 Thread Jill Ellern
At this point I'm just investigating our options. The campus is using RedDot and clamps us down significantly on what we can do on it. (I'm reminded of the words from the theme from Outer Limits...we control the vertical and the horizontal...lol) I thought it might be nice to play with our

Re: [CODE4LIB] Twitter annotations and library software

2010-06-07 Thread Jay Luker
Hi all, I found this thread rather interesting and figured I'd try and revive the convo since apparently some things have been happening in the twitter annotation space in the past month. I just read on techcrunch that testing of the annotation features will commence next week [1]. Also it

Re: [CODE4LIB] DOI Question

2010-06-07 Thread Witt, Michael C.
Although CrossRef is the best known, there are a handful of other agencies that issue DOIs with different missions, implementations, and governance. One example that may be of interest is DataCite [1], which was formed by a consortium of national and research libraries to persist links to

Re: [CODE4LIB] [code4lib-midwest] code4lib midwest [agenda and challenge]

2010-06-07 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
We are now up to sixteen registrants (Woot!)... Here is our tentative Friday agenda for the Midwest Meeting: * 10 o'clock - Meet greet * 10:30 - Show Tell / Lighting Talks * Noon - Lunch at the Dining Hall * 1 o'clock - Tour of campus * 2:30 - Code4Lib Challenge * 3:30 - Hack

Re: [CODE4LIB] [code4lib-midwest] code4lib midwest [agenda and challenge]

2010-06-07 Thread Rob Casson
Solr will surely get mentioned/used during the meeting, so it might be worth your time to attend Erik Hatcher's webinar on Thursday, Rapid Prototyping Search Applications with Solr: http://www.lucidimagination.com/solutions/events should be a great crash course for the unfamiliar. cheers,