Re: [greenstone-devel]

From Michael Dewsnip
DateWed, 12 Jan 2005 10:09:33 +1300
Subject Re: [greenstone-devel]
In-Reply-To (OF0E673AD6-9C9B5508-ON69256F70-002EA7E4-69256F70-00308D90-nt-gov-au)
Dear Stephen,

Thanks very much for this -- looks great and I can certainly see it
being useful! It's a wonder no-one has done this earlier actually.

I think we'll probably call it BookmarksPlug and extend it to work with
the Netscape/Mozilla bookmarks.html and Mac bookmarks.plist files (as
you mention in your following e-mail). There has also been some talk
about adding "berry basket" style functionality to Greenstone, where you
collect interesting URLs and then later automatically download these
pages for a new collection; we'll have to think about how this fits into
what you've done. I'm not too sure about a time-frame for all this, but
I'll let you know what happens.

Thanks again for your contribution!

All the best,

Michael wrote:

>I just hacked together a 'Favorites' plugin for shortcut style
>I did it because I wanted a way of making greenstone collections of my
>bookmarks quickly,
>using greenstone to rapidly prototype a demo interface to our collection
>of online databases
>(authentication issues)
>[ex.Title] from the Filename (minus the .URL)
>[ex.URL] to the address of the bookmark.
>All other metadata you have to set yourself- but thankfully the
>GLI/RecPlug folder metadata facilities make this easy.
>Only tested on WinXP
>Includes lame html for [text]
>Anyway - It is attached.
>Merry Christmas.
>Stephen De Gabrielle
>NT Library
>save to gsdlperllibplugins
>add to collect.cfg
>gather favourites/bookmarks with GLI or move to import folder
>feel the christmas joy
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