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Submitted by chinthacn on Wed, 2007-12-05 12:32
Hi here is the OPAC's of India
good number of Universities & Institutions having International standard MARC formats
Submitted by edsu on Wed, 2007-01-10 12:42
Taking a cue from dchud the #code4lib irc channel is now being logged. To view the logs you *must* be logged in to code4lib.org. You can prefix any message you want with: ! and your message *will not* be logged. Try it out. I think this is a reasonable compromise that works well in other online communities with an irc component.
The logging is done by bartleby who is a patched and modified (the ! functionality) version of LogBot. This is a work in progress as always, and a community effort so please share your ideas thoughts about this....and take a look at the shiny XHTML source for your favorite xml parser to chew on.
Submitted by edsu on Wed, 2006-03-22 15:07
If you are a dspace user/admin/fan there is a new irc channel on freenode #dspace for discussing all things dspace.
Submitted by edsu on Mon, 2006-03-20 15:30
Since the code4lib conference the #code4lib irc channel has gained a lot of new voices with new ideas. In fact dsalo and ksclarke have already said all I can think of saying on the topic of the changing culture of the #code4lib channel. Some people have suggested that some of the ideas, such as a journal, doing outreach/consulting work, etc will require the irc channel to become a bit more 'professional'.
Like any community, the #code4lib IRC channel can be intimidating to newcomers. For those who are new to the channel, here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
There is a code4lib IRC channel (chat room) for folks who are interested in the convergence of technology and cultural heritage. The channel is a less formal and more interactive alternative to the code4lib mailing list for the discussion of code, projects, ideas, music, first computers, etc.
Stop by and say hello.
If you don't already have an IRC client, there are several options available at no cost.
Panizzi's is a supybot who hangs out in #code4lib. To find out what plugins are available with @list. There are a lot of them:
11:36 edsu: Admin, Amazon, Anagram, Anonymous, AudioScrobbler,
Babelfish, Band, Channel, Config, Currency, Debian, Dict,
Dunno, Ebay, Etymology, Freenode, Fun, Gameknot, Google, Http,
Insult, Internet, Karma, Later, Lookup, Markov, Misc, Network,
Nickometer, Note, OCLC, OSU, Observer, Owner, Praise, Python,
Quote, QuoteGrabs, RSS, Relay, Seen, Services, ShrinkUrl,