[OAI-implementers] RSS Feed Form the UIUC OAI Registry
Thu, 20 Nov 2003 10:21:57 -0500 (EST)
On Wed, 5 Nov 2003, Thomas G. Habing wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just added an RDF Site Summary (RSS) feed to the OAI registry at UIUC.
> The URL for the RSS feed is http://gita.grainger.uiuc.edu/registry/rss.asp
> This may be useful for people who are trying to keep track of the latest and
> greatest OAI providers. The RSS feed will list the 10 most recently added
> or modified repositories. This is something I just threw together without
> knowing too much about RSS, so if anyone discovers any problems please let
> me know.
this is very cool... perhaps this could be incorporated into the OAI-PMH
website? a side bar showing the latest repositories would be a nice way
to insure dynamic content on the web site.
> Last night I also ran my gOAIglePop script. This script programatically
> does some Google searches, looking for OAI repositories. If it finds a URL
> which appears to be an OAI repository it issues an Identify request. If it
> gets a valid response, its found a repository. The results of the script
> run can be found at http://gita.grainger.uiuc.edu/registry/gOAIgle.xml The
> latest run found three previously unknown repositories (at least to the
> registry). If anyone is interested, the best Google query I've found for
> finding OAI repositories is 'allinurl:verb=Identify'. Type this into the
> Google query textbox and press Search.
also very cool... suggestion: perhaps do some normalization of the URLs?
or at least normalize based on the Identify response? for example, you
found at least one of my repos twice:
which are the same repositories and give the same responses in Identify.
> Comments are welcome and enjoy...
> Thomas Habing
> Research Programmer, Digital Library Projects
> University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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