|Date||Wed Dec 10 09:04:30 2008|
A question regarding Xena (open source conversion to xml used as a
digital preservation technique by the National archives of Australia).
It occurred to me that since Xena does a nice job in converting all
kinds of formats to xml (or probably better, wrapping them in xml and
maybe that's the problem?) it could be part of the plugin approach to
Greenstone. Or not? I actually tried it out but since Xena saves as
*.xena I couldn't somehow get the unknown plugin to work with that! I
then thought I'd change that to .xml but that didn't work either.
Just a thought.