Yes, you could write a plugin. Alternatively, you can convert your xml
files (containing DublinCore metadata) to the Greenstone metadata file,
the schema of which is available at
(use "view -> page source" of Mozilla to view it)
The "demo" collection shipped with Greentone contains metadata sample
files (metadata.xml) which can be found in the "import" directory.
Also, there are several predefined metadata sets in gli/metadata directory.
> I'm a Greenstone newbie and have a set of tif files and associated
> xml files (containing DublinCore metadata) that I would like to
> import into Greenstone. Ingesting the tifs is easy, but associating
> the tifs with their metadata in an automated way is understandably a
> bit more complicated.
> I've been reading the Developers Manual (nice work by the way) and
> have read just enough to start to think that I need to write a plugin
> to associate the tifs with their metadata.
> Does it sound like I'm moving in the right direction? Does anyone
> have any pointers or advice?
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