Re: [greenstone-devel] Please verify your data in the Open Archives Forum Database

From Stuart A Yeates
DateSat, 25 Oct 2003 11:13:47 +1300
Subject Re: [greenstone-devel] Please verify your data in the Open Archives Forum Database
In-Reply-To (3F98F6C3-26051358-rz-hu-berlin-de)
birgit.matthaei wrote:
> Open Archives Forum (http://www.oaforum.org/) is a project for dissemination of information related
> to open archives. In order to bring interested parties together and to build a community of interest
> OA-Forum established a web-based information resource for open archives.
>
> With the search for software products which support the OAI compliance of repositories and services,
> we encountered to your interesting offer and entered the main facts of your tool into the Open
> Archives Forum ā–”Information Resource Databaseā–”. In order to ensure quality of information about your
> software and to ask for your agreement for publication of the inserted data we like to invite you to
> check the entry about "Greenstone" at: http://www.oaforum.org/oaf_db/list_db/list_software.php.


Here's a suggested update. The list of programmers is adapted from the
developers guide, which is getting on a little, are there any names I'm
missing? The abstract is lifted from the greenstoen homepage

Software: http://www.greenstone.org/english/home.html

Keywords: digital library, multilingual, Metadata, XML, CDROM, WWW

Description URL: http://www.greenstone.org/

Programmed by: Rodger McNab, Stefan Boddie, David Bainbridge, George
Buchanan, Hong Chen, Michael Dewsnip, Katherine Don, Elke Duncker, Carl
Gutwin, Geoff Holmes, John McPherson, Craig Nevill-Manning, Gordon
Paynter, Bernhard Pfahringer, Todd Reed, Bill Rogers, Stuart Yeates.

Abstract: Greenstone is a suite of software for building and
distributing digital library collections. It provides a new way of
organizing information and publishing it on the Internet or on CD-ROM.
Greenstone is produced by the New Zealand Digital Library Project at the
University of Waikato, and developed and distributed in cooperation with
UNESCO and the Human Info NGO. It is open-source, multilingual software,
issued under the terms of the GNU General Public License.