Re: [CODE4LIB] spelling server

2005-09-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
to write such a Web service, I very much suspect it would be hosted on ockham.org. What would suggest the shapes of the input and output look like? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame (574) 631-8604 AIM: ericmorgan

Re: [CODE4LIB] spelling server

2005-09-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Sep 13, 2005, at 9:17 AM, Andrew Nagy wrote: What do y'all think of the idea of a spelling server -- a Web service taking a word as input and returning a list of alternative spellings. Seems like an awful lot of extra overhead, whats the need for a sever instead of having the aspell

Re: [CODE4LIB] spelling server

2005-09-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
For a good time, try: http://mylibrary.ockham.org/spell/?word=FOOBAR where FOOBAR is a... word. Code here: http://mylibrary.ockham.org/spell/spell.txt -- Eric Off To Visit My Boss Morgan

Re: [CODE4LIB] spelling server

2005-09-23 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Sep 13, 2005, at 9:36 AM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: What do y'all think of the idea of a spelling server -- a Web service taking a word as input and returning a list of alternative spellings. Well, as a stress reliever I created the Spell Web Service (version 0.1), and at the URL below you

[CODE4LIB] code4lib mailing list archves

2005-10-09 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
For a good time, I have been playing with a new version of the code4lib mailing list archives: http://dewey.library.nd.edu/mailing-lists/code4lib/mail/ There you will find the (re-)beginnings of a browsable and searchable collection of our postings along with all of the guts that make it

Re: [CODE4LIB] Catalog Enhancements Extensions (Re: mylibrary @ockham)

2005-10-27 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
interfaces. Another alternative is to exploit (industry standard) Web Services computing techniques against the existing integrated library system. In this way you get XML data (information without presentation) back and you can begin to do the same things. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries

Re: [CODE4LIB] code4libcon

2005-11-18 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Nov 17, 2005, at 3:14 PM, Edward Summers wrote: This is very preliminary, but since folks on this list [1] have been instrumental in getting things this far we figured it was best to at least ping everyone to see if there are others interested in helping plan, brain storm, cheer, boo, lurk,

[CODE4LIB] code4lib

2005-12-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
will deny that the mailing list is a success, and consequently I suppose I need to change the introduction on the list's home page. I believe we have matured. -- Eric Lease Morgan

[CODE4LIB] dspace, digiTool, etd-db, and mylibrary

2006-02-02 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
are more like applications with particular looks feels. If we cache our content centrally, then we are able to work with it in a much more flexible manner. Your comments regarding our initial implementation would be greatly appreciated. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame (574

[CODE4LIB] zillow

2006-02-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
Zillow (and its brother application, Expedia) are examples of Web- based tools and services that can be used to empower users by bringing together vast amounts of information to answer specific questions. When (if ever) will libraries try such things? As you may or may not know, Zillow provides

[CODE4LIB] yahoo and ajax

2006-02-14 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
For y'all using or interested in AJAX computing you may be want to download a bunch o' free libraries supposably making the process easier: http://developer.yahoo.net/yui/ -- Eric Lease Morgan

Re: [CODE4LIB] A code4lib journal proposal

2006-02-22 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
, hacks, Javascript widgets gadgets, etc. I believe the inclusion of these sorts of things will set this journal off from the others. Think of writing code as a sort of poetry, and this journal is a poetry journal. ;-) -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] 50 gb of data to index

2006-02-23 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
I have mirrored 50 GB of journal data from the open access journal literature, and I'm curious to know, what indexer would you use to index this data? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] tagging

2006-03-08 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
to be done against items in a library catalog or against a personalized collection of Internet resources. If it were beneficial, then how would y'all implement it? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] tagging

2006-03-09 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Mar 8, 2006, at 2:29 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: I'm wondering, to what degree does this group here think tagging would be beneficial in Library Land? For example, we could allow tagging to be done against items in a library catalog or against a personalized collection of Internet resources

Re: [CODE4LIB] archives search

2006-03-12 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Mar 11, 2006, at 9:01 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: Would it be possible to get the code4lib discussion list starting to archive under the 2006 directory? Also it would be nice to link to http://www.mail-archive.com/ code4lib@listserv.nd.edu/ on the http://dewey.library.nd.edu/mailing- lists

[CODE4LIB] kinosearch

2006-03-14 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
Does anybody here have any experience with Kinosearch: http://www.rectangular.com/kinosearch/ At first glance it looks like an improvement over Plucene, and I hope to use it to index a mirror of 42 GB of open access journal content. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] archives search

2006-03-15 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Mar 12, 2006, at 3:04 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: Would it be possible to get the code4lib discussion list starting to archive under the 2006 directory? Also it would be nice to link to http://www.mail-archive.com/ code4lib@listserv.nd.edu/ on the http://dewey.library.nd.edu/mailing- lists

Re: [CODE4LIB] sru archives

2006-03-18 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
effective. -- Eric Lease Morgan

[CODE4LIB] delicious

2006-03-18 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
they do a post. What other sort of ways could I exploit Net::Delicious in Library Land? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] really rudimentary catalog

2006-03-19 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
For a good time (a.k.a. stress reliever) I have added links to WorldCat to my Really Rudimentary Catalog. Try: * http://infomotions.com/books/ * http://infomotions.com/books/?cmd=about * http://infomotions.com/books/?cmd=searchquery=epistemology *

Re: [CODE4LIB] really rudimentary catalog [coins]

2006-03-19 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Mar 19, 2006, at 4:54 PM, Edward Summers wrote: Neat. While you're in there you might want to consider adding coins spans [1] to your html so enabled browsers can throw your citations at an openurl resolver! open_world_cat which you are linking to currently does this. [1]

Re: [CODE4LIB] really rudimentary catalog [coins]

2006-03-20 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Mar 20, 2006, at 8:22 AM, Edward Summers wrote: So, the idea is to insert coins into each of my bibliographic records. After doing so user-agents that crawl the site, or user- agents equipped with some sort of coins-aware tool/plugin will convert the coin into an OpenURL and allow the user

[CODE4LIB] mylibrary manual

2006-03-22 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
with MyLibrary by Eric Lease Morgan (University of Notre Dame) * Pioneering Portals: A History Of [EMAIL PROTECTED] by Keith Morgan (North Carolina State University) * Information architecture o First Principles of Information Architecture: On your Mark. Get set. Go! not Fire

[CODE4LIB] all things open

2006-03-24 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
I have drafted an essay called All Things Open where I outline open source software, OAI, OpenURL, and open access publishing. From the final paragraph: Through all things open librarians can transform themselves and the things they do to go beyond traditional library collections and

Re: [CODE4LIB] really rudimentary catalog [coins]

2006-03-24 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Mar 19, 2006, at 10:50 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: [1] http://ocoins.info/ So, the idea is to insert coins into each of my bibliographic records. After doing so user-agents that crawl the site, or user- agents equipped with some sort of coins-aware tool/plugin will convert the coin

Re: [CODE4LIB] Web services for LII content?

2006-03-28 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
might be SRU, RSS, or Amazon's OpenSearch. I would stay away from searching technologies though because they will be a constant drain on your resources. RSS is not necessarily robust enough to adequately describe your content. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame [1] http

[CODE4LIB] open source tools and xml

2006-04-17 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
' knowledge of these tools and to demonstrate how to take advantage of them in everyday digital library work and software development. Target Audience Software engineers and librarians/intermediate Presenter Eric Lease Morgan is the Head of the Digital Access

[CODE4LIB] code4lib journal

2006-04-29 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
What is the status of the Code4Lib journal? What can I do to help it move to the next step? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] fun with kinosearch

2006-05-30 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
I have been having fun with KinoSearch (an open source indexer/search engine with a Perl API), and I have documented my experiences here: http://dewey.library.nd.edu/morgan/kinosearch/?cmd=about Cool! -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame I hiring a Senior Programmer

Re: [CODE4LIB] next generation opac mailing list

2006-06-06 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
code4lib points of discussion in our own workplaces and, as needed, bringing those comments back here. Noted, but most people here on code4lib are hackers. The idea of a library catalog needs to reach a much wider audience. That is why I advocate a new list. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries

[CODE4LIB] a mailing list called ngc4lib has been created

2006-06-06 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
A mailing list has been created called NGC4Lib -- Next Generation Catalogs for Libraries. See: http://dewey.library.nd.edu/mailing-lists/ngc4lib/ NGC4Lib is open to anybody in the world, and its purpose is to discuss things including but not limited to: * Who are the primary intended

Re: [CODE4LIB] tidy

2006-06-06 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jun 6, 2006, at 4:35 PM, Thomas Dowling wrote: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ptidy - It looks like something's in the works, but not yet a going concern. I'm not above a system call myself: tidy -asxml html4doc.html xhtml1doc.html Aside from assurances of well-formedness, is there a

Re: [CODE4LIB] next generation opac mailing list

2006-06-07 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jun 7, 2006, at 9:35 AM, Conal Tuohy wrote: As well as their MARC records, each library of the future will collect a growing variety of metadata about their holdings, lending histories, reviews contributed by users, clusters harvested from usage patterns, or from full-text transcriptions,

[CODE4LIB] combining dspace, etd-db, and digitool

2006-08-11 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
for participants to brainstorm other ways these techniques could be employed in their institution. * Biographical sketch - Eric Lease Morgan is the Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department at the University Libraries of Notre Dame. He considers himself to be a librarian

[CODE4LIB] position announcement

2006-08-16 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
member libraries such as digitization and digital library development, portals and federated searching, institutional repositories, e-content management and related areas. http://www.palinet.org/careers_opportunities_detail.aspx?JobID=1 FYI. -- Eric Lease Morgan Head, Digital Access

[CODE4LIB] worldcat

2006-08-22 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
Is there a public Z39.50/SRU/SRW/Web Services interface to WorldCat or OpenWorldCat? I would like to create a simple search engine to query Other's books, and *Cat seems like a great candidate. Inquiring minds would like to know. -- Eric Morgan

[CODE4LIB] my first mash-up

2006-08-22 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
Over the past few days I have hacked together my first mash-up: http://infomotions.com/juice/ By entering a word or phrase the system will: 1. use a REST-full interface to query a few dictionaries 2. use a Perl module to query an encyclopedia 3. use Z39.50 to query a catalog Next

[CODE4LIB] munging wikimedia

2006-09-10 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
, then how would you deal with the Wiki mark-up? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] munging wikimedia

2006-09-11 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Sep 10, 2006, at 10:06 AM, David Pattern wrote: The best place to look is probably http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/ Alternative_parsers I'm guessing the non-parser dumper, which uses MediaWiki's internal code to the do rendering, might be the a good choice. Thank you for the prompt reply.

[CODE4LIB] java application on a cd

2006-10-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
Can someone here tell me about the feasibility of implementing a particular Java application on a CD, described below. For a good time I would like to distribute my Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts on an operating system independent CD. Here is how I see it being implemented: 1. Collect

Re: [CODE4LIB] java application on a cd

2006-10-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
like tomcat on the CD too, but that is beginning to sound a bit ugly. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] java application on a cd

2006-10-16 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Oct 16, 2006, at 2:53 PM, Binkley, Peter wrote: And if you built the search interface in Cocoon (using its Lucene transformer), you'd have Jetty built in, making the search application bootable on any os with a jvm. On Oct 13, 2006, at 4:06 PM, Casey Durfee wrote: Jetty's [1] tiny and a

[CODE4LIB] tape drive

2006-11-01 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
I know questions about tape drives are possibly out of scope for code4lib, but I'll try anyway. Do I need to tweak my Linux kernel in order for my computer to recognize my internal SCSI tape drive? I recently purchased a new piece of hardware from Dell. As requested, it came completely clean. I

Re: [CODE4LIB] code4lib lucene pre-conference

2006-11-29 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
Thom Hickey wrote: Ralph LeVan here at OCLC has worked on an SRU interface to Lucene. The combined indexer/SRU approach is the tack I've been taking regarding search too. I don't care a whole lot whether I use this indexer, that indexer, or the other indexer as long as I can make sure I have

[CODE4LIB] Georgia Tech Library Positions

2007-01-05 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
://www.library.gatech.edu/about_us/jobs.html#d http://www.clir.org/fellowships/postdoc/git7.html Monika Mevenkamp Georgia Institute of Technology Library and Information Center Phone: 404.385.0108 -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame (574) 631-8604

[CODE4LIB] job posting: data repository architect

2007-01-08 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
is a dynamic, forward-thinking, and energetic place to work. If that were not enough, the Head of the Digital Library Initiatives department is a really good egg. -- Eric Lease Morgan Head, Digital Access and Information Architecture Department University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] Getting data from Voyager into XML?

2007-01-17 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
be able to write a Z39.50 query designed to return circulation status. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] net::delicious

2007-01-19 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
for specific URI's. -- Eric Lease Morgan

Re: [CODE4LIB] net::delicious

2007-01-20 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jan 20, 2007, at 11:13 AM, Ross Singer wrote: I don't know about Net::Delicious, but the Delicious API only allows you to query for information in /your/ profile. del.icio.us is also very restrictive about limiting numbers of hits. Thank you for the prompt reply. After a bit more

Re: [CODE4LIB] net::delicious

2007-01-20 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jan 20, 2007, at 11:57 AM, Alf Eaton wrote: Is it possible use the Net::Delicious Perl module (or even just the Delicious API) to query del.icio.us return a list of recommended tags for that URL. http://del.icio.us/help/json/url Yep, Alf beat me to the punch. -- Eric Morgan

[CODE4LIB] text summarizers

2007-01-27 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
Do y'all know of any open source text summarizers? I'm lazy, and I want to generate a summary of plain text documents. I can use ots (open text summarizer) to do this work, but I would like to compare and contrast it with other possibilities. Do you have any suggestions? -- Eric Lease Morgan

Re: [CODE4LIB] text summarizers

2007-01-28 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jan 27, 2007, at 10:23 AM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: Do y'all know of any open source text summarizers? Thank you for the prompt replies, and in the end I used a combination of summarizers: 1. First I used the Perl module Lingua::EN::Keywords. This works quite well. Given some text

Re: [CODE4LIB] Screencast editing advice?

2007-03-06 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
transitions (fade-in, fade-out, etc.), but it does a great job of letting you cut out the stuff before, after, and in between your video. Once you create your movies you can add sound. When you are done you can save/export your movie file to a whole bunch o' formats. QuickTime++ -- Eric Lease

[CODE4LIB] position announcement: digital initiatives coordinator

2007-03-19 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
The following position announcement is being passed on from the folks of Clemson University by their request. --ELM Clemson University – Digital Initiatives Coordinator Clemson University seeks an energetic, creative, and service-oriented librarian who will provide leadership and vision in the

Re: [CODE4LIB] GNU Metadata Exchange Utilities

2007-03-20 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
that is. Moreover, some of the descriptive text alludes to Microsoft SQL Server as the underlying database. Alas, many of us don't have access this RDMS. -- Eric Lease Morgan Head, Digital Access and Information Architecture Department University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] GNU Metadata Exchange Utilities

2007-03-22 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
with the Exchange Utilities when they are easily installable on the platforms we support. Alas, many of us simply do not have access to Microsoft products. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame (574) 631-8604

[CODE4LIB] mailing list administratativia

2007-04-02 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
o o o w , is here: http://listserv.nd.edu/archives/code4lib.html We have about 500 subscribers. 'More later. I promise. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame (574) 631-8604

Re: [CODE4LIB] pspell aspell: make your own word lists/dictionaries

2007-04-03 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
= ''; foreach ( @words ) { my @suggestions = $dictionary-suggest( $_ ); foreach my $suggestion ( @suggestions ) { $spellings .= $suggestion . \t ); } } return $spellings ; } -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame (574) 631-8604

[CODE4LIB] send it to me

2007-05-11 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
libraries could make things easier for students, instructors, and researchers when it comes to acquiring known items from library catalogs. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] worldcat

2007-05-21 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
We here at Notre Dame subscribe to (license?) WorldCat, and I'm wondering, does it have a Web Services interface/API? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame (574) 631-8604

Re: [CODE4LIB] worldcat

2007-05-21 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
documents. The details are here: http://www.worldcat.org/links/default.jsp Thank you for the prompt replies. This is what I thought, and I was just checking to see if I had missed something. (Bummer.) -- Eric Lease Morgan

[CODE4LIB] ticer digital library school

2007-05-21 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
://www.tilburguniversity.nl/services/lis/ticer/07carte/index.html -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] marc2oai

2007-05-29 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
it, and download a MARC record in communications format facilitating a sort of copy cataloging process. So, do you know of any software in existence that makes it relatively trivial to make a set of MARC records in communications format accessible as an OAI data provider? -- Eric Lease Morgan University

Re: [CODE4LIB] marc2oai

2007-05-29 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On May 29, 2007, at 4:09 PM, Andrew Nagy wrote: Does anybody here know of a MARC2OAI program? I have a nightly cron script that gets any new/modified marc records from the past 24 hours out of the catalog and then runs marc2xml on the dump file. Then I have a small script that breaks up the

Re: [CODE4LIB] marc2oai

2007-05-30 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On May 29, 2007, at 8:23 PM, Conal Tuohy wrote: I don't have an answer to your question as such, but ... if you check the OAI Registry at UIUC, you can see there are hundreds of repositories providing a few different flavours of MARC: http://gita.grainger.uiuc.edu/registry/ListSchemas.asp

[CODE4LIB] position announcement: web programmer and project manager

2007-06-07 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
[Posted on behalf of Sonja Thompson [EMAIL PROTECTED] --ELM] The Ohio State University Libraries 1858 Neil Avenue Columbus, OH 43210-1286 Position available immediately: Web Programmer and Project Manager - Systems Developer AP Responsibilities Supports the design, development and

[CODE4LIB] catholic portal

2007-06-25 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
- http://www.dlib.vt.edu/projects/OAI/software/xmlfile 9. OAIster - http://oaister.org -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame inline: technical infrastructure.gif

[CODE4LIB] good web service api

2007-06-29 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
, but with the advent of more and more Web Services computing I thought I might give a MyLibrary Web Services API a whirl. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame code4lib_fridays++

Re: [CODE4LIB] good web service api

2007-07-02 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
do understand it puts certain strain on the areas of the brain responsible for learning conceptually new things. Thank you for the prompt replies. I went out and bought RESTful Web Services this week-end, and it pro-ports to answer just exactly my question. 'More later. -- Eric Lease Morgan

[CODE4LIB] kinosearch++

2007-07-16 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
records in just over an hour. Searches results are speedy fast enough for me, especially since it has to go through the SRU abstraction layer and the machine is only running with 2 700 Mhz CPU's. Try (the temporary and incomplete): http://dewey.library.nd.edu/mylibrary/demos/catalog/ -- Eric Lease

Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib listserv archives [munging]

2007-07-18 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
or not the archives will even be crawlable by robots. I will check. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib listserv archives [munging]

2007-07-18 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jul 18, 2007, at 1:44 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: I say 'yes', as long as the archives don't expose email addresses in a format suitable for harvesting. Hmmm... I do not know whether or not the mailing list software (LISTSERV) supports the munging of addresses, nor do I know whether

Re: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib listserv archives

2007-07-19 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jul 18, 2007, at 1:14 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: I, as maintainer of the mailing list, have no problem allowing non- subscribers to view the official archives. If, by noon tomorrow, I get more yes votes as opposed to no votes regarding this issue, then I will change things accordingly

[CODE4LIB] executing a cgi script in the middle of a url

2007-07-30 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
mylibrary? I could specify the URL like the following, but it is ugly: http://example.edu/mylibrary/index.cgi/resource/Wikipedia What am I doing wrong? How do I need to configure Apache accordingly? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] executing a cgi script in the middle of a url

2007-07-31 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
to the RESTful manual and see about turning my content into resources. 'More later, maybe much later. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] mylibrary web services

2007-08-06 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
clients do not support PUT and DELETE, but then again, RESTful Web Services are primarily intended for acomputer's consumption, not a human's. It is relatively easy to write [insert your favorite language here] programs that can implement PUT, DELETE, etc. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries

[CODE4LIB] isbndb

2007-08-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
I'm sort of surprised I have not heard of ISBNDB until the other day: http://isbndb.com/ It seems to have a lot of data to offer over a simple Web Services API. Nice. To what extent has anybody here used their interface? -- Eric Morgan

[CODE4LIB] Getting to know TEI P5 and an Educational Roundtable (31 October 2007)

2007-08-15 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
, College Park, please visit: http://www.lib.umd.edu/dcr/events/teiconference/ -- Eric Lease Morgan Head, Digital Access and Information Architecture Department University Libraries of Notre Dame (574) 631-8604

[CODE4LIB] mysql to postgres

2007-08-15 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
Can anybody here recommend a MySQL database schema to Postgres database schema converter? I have a (MyLibrary) MySQL database schema. Do y'all know of some sort of script I can run against this text file to create a Postgres database schema? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre

Re: [CODE4LIB] mysql to postgres [resolved]

2007-08-15 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Aug 15, 2007, at 2:32 PM, Wayne Graham wrote: Check out SQLFairy (http://sqlfairy.sourceforge.net/) On Aug 15, 2007, at 2:40 PM, Hilmar Lapp wrote: SQL::Translator (written in Perl) does this. http://sqlfairy.sourceforge.net Yep, SQLFairy, or specifically sqlt, seems to work just

[CODE4LIB] mylibrary home page 2.0

2007-09-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
? Comments and reviews. Rankings and rating. My pages. Recommendations. Tagging. Relevancy ranked searching. Various flavors of XML. OAI. It can gets its content from MARC records, Excel spreadsheets, or the open Web. The goal now is to build a community. Wish us luck. -- Eric Lease Morgan University

Re: [CODE4LIB] Interesting uses of WorldCat affiliate tools and search extensions

2007-09-26 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
the intermediary Web Services do not return as expected. Put another way, the program could use some error checking. (Pssst. It uses MyLibrary to keep track of patron information.) -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

[CODE4LIB] code4lib journal

2007-10-16 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
is Friday, November 9, 2007 with a publication date in late March, 2008. The Journal welcomes submissions at any time on a rolling acceptance basis, but this is the deadline to be sure to make the 2nd issue. Send in a submission. Your peers would like to hear what you are doing. -- Eric Lease

Re: [CODE4LIB] OpenContent SRU search of OAISter, weirdness?

2007-10-25 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
a search that includes the author. dc.title = Resurrection and Appropriation: Reputational Trajectories, Memory Work, and the Political Use of Historical Figures and dc.creator = Jensen Yes, this looks weird to me too. I tried a number of query variations and could not get a hit. -- Eric Lease

[CODE4LIB] httpRequest javascript.... grrr

2007-11-29 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
( '' ); alert ( 'Grrr!' ); } What am I doing wrong? Why do I seem to need a pause at the end of my add_tag function? I know the anonymous function -- function() -- is getting executed because I can insert other httpRequest.readyState checks into the function and they return. Grrr. -- Eric Lease

Re: [CODE4LIB] httpRequest javascript.... grrr [resolved]

2007-11-29 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Nov 29, 2007, at 9:21 AM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: Why doesn't my httpRequest Javascript function return unless I add an alert? Grrr. I have resolved my problem, but I'm not exactly sure how. First of all, my httpRequest (XMLHttpRequest) code was just fine. I made no significant changes

[CODE4LIB] net::oai::harvester

2007-12-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
in a form other than DC will I need to write an additional module such as NET::OAI::Record::MARCXML? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] net::oai::harvester

2007-12-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
::O::H distribution. In the meantime, at least I will have the data. Wish me luck. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] net::oai::harvester

2007-12-13 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
as Ed alludes to. Ah, the choices! [1] http://lists.webjunction.org/wjlists/xml4lib/2007-December/ 005978.html -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] net::oai::harvester [resolved]

2007-12-17 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Dec 13, 2007, at 10:33 AM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: Put another way, if I want to use repository using NET::OAI::Harvester to read repository data in a form other than DC will I need to write an additional module such as NET::OAI::Record::MARCXML? But I'm lazy, and even though

[CODE4LIB] facebook

2008-01-06 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
reading pleasure: #!/usr/bin/perl # infomofortune - return a fortune to facebook # Eric Lease Morgan [EMAIL PROTECTED] # January 6, 2008 - first cut; whew! # require use CGI; use strict; use WWW::Facebook::API; # define use constant FORTUNE = '/usr/bin/fortune'; # initialize

Re: [CODE4LIB] facebook

2008-01-07 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
like to renew them. Obviously I'd need to figure out a secure and safe way of associating a Facebook user ID with a specific library account. Yes, I've been thinking about the same thing. I think such a thing is a challenge but not insurmountable. -- Eric Lease Morgan

Re: [CODE4LIB] perl6

2008-01-22 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
was not aware of. Does this mean I will be able to write Perl programs that use the Java-based Lucene indexer? -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

Re: [CODE4LIB] perl questions

2008-01-23 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
additional observations to bear. -- Eric Lease Morgan

Re: [CODE4LIB] perl questions

2008-01-23 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jan 23, 2008, at 6:34 PM, Doran, Michael D wrote: I suppose I am guilty party here... It wasn't in any way my intention to point an accusatory finger at anybody! No accusatory offense was taken. I was simply trying to be humble, or something. -- Eric Lease Morgan

[CODE4LIB] perl-cpan; php-pear; java-???

2008-01-25 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
When I want to find a nice collection of Perl modules I go to CPAN. If I wanted to find a PHP extension I would go to PEAR. Where would I go if I wanted to search/browse collections of freely available, open source Java packages? -- Eric Lease Morgan

[CODE4LIB] arg! classpaths!

2008-01-26 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
. [1] You are suppose to put the .jar files in your classpath and then run java org.apache.lucene.demo.IndexFiles. What am I doing wrong? [1] http://lucene.apache.org/java/2_3_0/demo.html -- Eric Lease Morgan

Re: [CODE4LIB] arg! classpaths! [resolved]

2008-01-26 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
On Jan 26, 2008, at 9:40 AM, Godmar Back wrote: Please see http://faq.javaranch.com/java/HowToSetTheClasspath On Jan 26, 2008, at 9:49 AM, Galen Charlton wrote: When dealing with JAR files, each entry in CLASSPATH should be the full path to the JAR file, e.g., export

Re: [CODE4LIB] Planning open source Library system at Duke

2008-01-29 Thread Eric Lease Morgan
. The process outlined will enable a thousand flowers to bloom, or call it friendly competition. -- Eric Lease Morgan University Libraries of Notre Dame

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