[greenstone-devel] Is anybody using Greenstone as a catalogue/z39.50 client/server?

From Daniel Paul O'Donnell
DateMon, 02 Jan 2006 10:57:10 -0700
Subject [greenstone-devel] Is anybody using Greenstone as a catalogue/z39.50 client/server?
Hi all,

I've been looking around for an open source/Linux-compatible replacement
for my citation manager (Procite). The main advantage of Procite for me
is its ability to import z39.50 information into my bibliographic
database.

I saw Ian et al.'s articles on z39.50 implementation, but am wondering
if anybody is actually using Greenstone as a citation
manager/bibliography database/circulation manager?

-d


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