Re: [greenstone-users] question about image collection..

From Katherine Don
DateMon, 24 May 2004 12:16:45 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] question about image collection..
In-Reply-To (20040523175243-29813-qmail-web41806-mail-yahoo-com)
Hi Monica

Using the Librarian Interface (GLI) you can easily add metadata to all
your image files. This metadata can then be used for searching/browsing
and can be displayed with the images.

On Windows, start the GLI from the Start menu under the Greenstone menu.
On Linux, cd to gsdl/gli and run

GLI comes with Greenstone in versions 2.40 and later. The user guide for
version 2.50 has a section about using the GLI.

Katherine Don

Monica Ruck wrote:
> hey all
> checked out the sample image collection and read the info about the
> image plug in..can you still edit the metadata by hand? the project i
> plan on using this for would need a place to list info such as the title
> and page reference of the publication the image is used..thanks for your
> help!
> -monica
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