[OAI-general] RE: SPAM - OAI-general digest, Vol 1 #123 - 4 msgs

H.M. Gladney hgladney@pacbell.net
Sun, 13 Oct 2002 09:11:59 -0700

You might take a look at Greenstone work by Witten and colleagues in New

Ian H. Witten, David Bainbridge, Stefan J. Boddie, Greenstone: Open-Source
Digital Library Software, D-Lib Magazine 7(10), October 2001

As this is on-going work, if what's published interests you sufficiently to
try it, you might want to inquire for the latest and greatest.

If you do pursue this possibility, would you please share your evaluation
and experiences with me?  Perhaps other OAI subscribers would be interested

Regards, Henry       HMG Consulting

H.M. Gladney, Ph.D.   (408)867-5454
20044 Glen Brae Drive, Saratoga, CA 95070-5062

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From: "Dave Lewis" <ddlewis4@worldnet.att.net>
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Date: Sat, 12 Oct 2002 14:44:49 -0500
Subject: [OAI-general] client software for organizing downloaded journal

Does anyone know of client software (open source or commercial) for managing
a personal collections of downloaded journal articles?  Ability to both
communicate with OAI-compliant repositories as well as work with copies of
articles that are just in my file system (say which were emailed me by the
author) would be great?  I will post a summary of responses to the list.

Regards, Dave

David D. Lewis, Ph.D.
Consulting on text categorization/filtering/search/mining/<your need here>

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