Submitted by edsu on Thu, 2008-09-18 01:35
A few people decided to fix the existing bugs in the solr python client and release it with unit tests, and some more documentation...and make it available via the Cheeseshop. To support this the solrpy Google Code project was created. There probably won't be tons of changes but if you use python and solr together you might be interested in using it, and subscribing to the discussion list.
Submitted by joanna on Wed, 2008-08-27 13:54
We want to introduce you to a new group convening in the NYC area: Code4LibNYC.
We are aspiring to start a local version of the Code4lib national organization. We want to provide a forum where library technologists can share information about library technology and discuss their current projects. Our group is open to all library staff interested in the coding, deployment, and design of library software, systems, and web services.
Submitted by rtennant on Fri, 2008-08-22 21:30
I received the following email today, which is in reference to the Code4Lib group on LinkedIn:
First of all, thank you for your management of your group on LinkedIn.
In the past few weeks, we've made some changes with Groups. We introduced a new searchable directory in July, and last Thursday, we made some changes to the group management tools.
Submitted by rtennant on Tue, 2008-07-15 16:16
Ever since Ed Summers (edsu) created the LinkedIn group for Code4Lib, requests to join have been flooding in. We're now at 210 members, but it hasn't shown many signs of slowing down yet. I try to get to the requests to join on a regular basis, but with vacation and all if you don't get accepted right away feel free to send me an email.
Submitted by edsu on Thu, 2008-07-03 12:01
If you are a LinkedIn user and consider yourself a part of the code4lib community please join the code4lib LinkedIn group by clicking on this link. Roy, or one of the other managers will approve you.
Registration for the conference, to be held in Toronto June 25-27 2008 is now open. To find out more about the meeting, to register, or to learn about accommodations and travel options, please visit our website at: http://www.elpub.net
ELPUB has a reputation for providing a relaxed yet stimulating venue for
Lightning Talks 1 (Tuesday 16:15-17:30)
- Creating an Academic Image Collection with Flickr - Mark Dahl & Jeremy McWilliams
- View Video on Google
- ceramics collections onto flickr
- they create flickr accounts and upload images
Submitted by rtennant on Mon, 2008-03-03 19:14
By now pretty much everyone knows (since it was announced at Code4Lib 2008), but in the interest of the historical record, let it show that Brown University will be hosting Code4Lib 2009. They submitted the winning proposal that will bring all library coders who can make it to Providence, Rhode Island in February 2009. We hope to see you there!
Submitted by npeden on Tue, 2008-02-26 20:15
Submitted by jaf on Tue, 2008-02-26 07:21