[greenstone-devel] attachment of doc file

From Raj K Bhardwaj
DateThu, 4 Oct 2007 21:07:50 -0700 (PDT)
Subject [greenstone-devel] attachment of doc file
Dear members,
 
I am trying to attach a doc file using a link at the home page but i am unable to do so. Is there any person who could help ?
 
Raj Kumar Bhardwaj
 

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Message: 1
Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 15:21:55 +0200
From: "Dar"
Subject: [greenstone-devel] Digital Assets Factory (DAF) Announcement
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Bibliotheca Alexandrina has the pleasure to announce the release of the
Digital Assets Factory (DAF) version 2.0. DAF is available for download
at http://wiki.bibalex.org/DAFWiki and is offered under the GPL license
as an open source application so that the user can freely utilize it or
even make necessary modifications to match specific needs.

DAF v2.0 can be considered as an all-in-one solution for any
digitization system. It provides all the necessary tools required to
manage the whole process of a digitization workflow, including its
various phases, user management, file movement and archiving. It
provides the flexibility to manage multiple simultaneous projects with a
diversity of materials such as books, journals, newspapers, manuscripts,
unbound materials, audio, video, and slides.

DAF v2.0 allows easy integration of any tool used to perform functions
of the workflow, such as the OCR, image processing, etc. It can be
integrated with the current tools used at an organization.

DAF v2.0 is highly reliable and can be configured for large and
challenging digitization projects. The system is fully deployed in BA
digitization laboratory and has been working smoothly for over a year.

Key features:



* The system is capable of defining different workflows for
various types of objects: Images, books, slides, etc. Each workflow
contains different phases (Scanning, OCR, PDF encoding, Backup, etc).

* DAF v2.0 is an all-in-one system that provides all the
necessary tools required for administration, digitization operation,
reporting and archiving.

* DAF v2.0 has flexible integration with any source of metadata
such as ILS or a library digital document repository. This integration
is possible through Check-in and Check-out plug-in modules that can be
added at any time.

* DAF v2.0 has the ability to define pre-phase and post-phase
checks and actions by simply editing an XML definition for a phase.

* DAF v2.0 can be tailored to any environment. A developer can
add code snippets to be executed pre-phase or post-phase to accomplish
specific tasks.

* DAF v2.0 supports both manual and automated operations.
Different workflow operations can be invoked from the command line to
enable batch processing.

* The flexible workflow supports ingesting a job in the middle of
the workflow. The administrator can also change the job's normal flow.

* DAF v2.0 tracks the history of the job's life cycle. It records
time stamped actions applied to the job, including the user who
performed the action and the workstation on which the action was
performed.

* User's access level defines which functions are available for
each user, up to the level of disabling a button

* DAF v2.0 is easy to install and configure.



For more information, please visit http://wiki.bibalex.org/DAFWiki or
send an email to daf@bibalex.org





The Digital Assets Repository (DAR) team.



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Message: 2
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 11:56:06 -0400
From: Anson Parker
Subject: [greenstone-devel] web2.0 and greenstone / DAF
To:
Cc: Dar
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Hi all - we're starting to ocr and digitize thousands of pages - much faster than we can possibly supply metadata. are there any techniques or examples for adding more robust user feedback in the greenstone system? I'm thinking something pseudo wiki style... would this be like the DAF system? basically i want users to log in and be able to tag documents as they see fit, and ideally create relationships and hierarchies between documents...

thanks
Anson

Aloha ya'll

Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 15:21:55 +0200
From: Dar@bibalex.org
To: greenstone-devel@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz
CC: Dar@bibalex.org
Subject: [greenstone-devel] Digital Assets Factory (DAF) Announcement
















Bibliotheca Alexandrina
has the pleasure to announce the release of the Digital Assets Factory (DAF)
version 2.0. DAF is available for download at http://wiki.bibalex.org/DAFWiki
and is offered under the GPL license as an open source application so that the
user can freely utilize it or even make necessary modifications to match
specific needs.

DAF v2.0 can be
considered as an all-in-one solution for any digitization system. It provides
all the necessary tools required to manage the whole process of a digitization
workflow, including its various phases, user management, file movement and
archiving. It provides the flexibility to manage multiple simultaneous projects
with a diversity of materials such as books, journals, newspapers, manuscripts,
unbound materials, audio, video, and slides.

DAF v2.0 allows easy
integration of any tool used to perform functions of the workflow, such as the
OCR, image processing, etc. It can be integrated with the current tools used at
an organization.

DAF v2.0 is highly
reliable and can be configured for large and challenging digitization projects.
The system is fully deployed in BA digitization laboratory and has been working
smoothly for over a year.

Key features:




The
system is capable of defining different workflows for various types of objects:
Images, books, slides, etc. Each workflow contains different phases (Scanning,
OCR, PDF encoding, Backup, etc).


DAF
v2.0 is an all-in-one system that provides all the necessary tools required for
administration, digitization operation, reporting and archiving.


DAF
v2.0 has flexible integration with any source of metadata such as ILS or a
library digital document repository. This integration is possible through
Check-in and Check-out plug-in modules that can be added at any time.


DAF
v2.0 has the ability to define pre-phase and post-phase checks and actions by
simply editing an XML definition for a phase.


DAF
v2.0 can be tailored to any environment. A developer can add code snippets to
be executed pre-phase or post-phase to accomplish specific tasks.


DAF
v2.0 supports both manual and automated operations. Different workflow
operations can be invoked from the command line to enable batch processing.


The
flexible workflow supports ingesting a job in the middle of the workflow. The
administrator can also change the job's normal flow.


DAF
v2.0 tracks the history of the job's life cycle. It records time stamped
actions applied to the job, including the user who performed the action and the
workstation on which the action was performed.


User□s
access level defines which functions are available for each user, up to the
level of disabling a button


DAF
v2.0 is easy to install and configure.



For more information,
please visit http://wiki.bibalex.org/DAFWiki or send an email to
daf@bibalex.org





The Digital Assets
Repository (DAR) team.









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