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Using python to play with a Fedora repository

December 14, 2007

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Firstly, you’ll need some extra libraries: (If you are using Windows, I’m afraid you are on your own with problems. I can’t help you, it’s not a system I use.) Get easy install from here: http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/EasyInstall(If that site is slowed to a trickle, just install ez_install.py from somewhere else that is trustworthy) Then, as root: […]

Dear Lazy web:

December 14, 2007

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In light of Zotero, is it worth implementing the unAPI for the next web interface I am creating for the archive?

Content Types in the Oxford Research Archive

December 13, 2007

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I started working on the Oxford research archive last year, and very early on, it seemed inevitable that a broad classification would be useful to distiguish between the types of things that were being submitted. I don’t mean distiguish between authors or file types or even between items containing images and those that didn’t. What […]

December 12, 2007

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A few things of note: I sm the proud new owner of an Asus Eee PC It comes with linux (Xandros) installed by default! It has all the usual bells and whistles – firefox -> youtube and internet radio works out of the box, openoffice, pidgen (instant messanger that handles just about every protocol, msn, […]

Examples of rdf linkage

December 11, 2007

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Linking items together by using an RDF store

December 11, 2007

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(Disclaimer: This is going to rapidly skip over functionality that is present in Fedora, and can be duplicated for other object stores given effort. The key pieces of functionality are that each item has a set of RDF triples that describe how it relates to other items, and that each item can be referenced by […]