Re: OAI compliant personal pages

From: Peter Suber <peters_at_EARLHAM.EDU>
Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 15:08:54 -0500

Jim, Jean-Claude, and Tim,

Don't forget about Kepler,
<>, software for creating an
"archivelet" or an OAI-compliant archive for the research output of a
single person. Kepler runs on Windows 2000/XP, Linux, Solaris, and Mac OS X.

      Peter Suber

At 05:29 PM 2/10/2004 +0000, you wrote:

>Jim Till wrote:
> > On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Jean-Claude Guédon wrote [in part]:
> >
> > >[j-cg]> the growing number of open access repositories
> > >[j-cg]> including OAI compliant personal pages
> >
> > I noted with interest Jean-Claude's comment about "OAI
> > compliant personal pages". How can such pages be identified
> > as "OAI compliant" (and, how can their number be estimated)?
>I don't know what J-CG means. Individuals can of course set up an OAI
>repository, which is just a collection of metadata records. If it's
>OAI-compliant it could be registered with Open Archives Initiative -
>Repository Explorer
>There isn't a 'discovery' method as such for OAI -- we have searched for GNU
>EPrints sites by using a Web search for terms that are common across
>Tim Brody
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