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Re: Request for advice/comments/ideas

From: Chris Beer <chris-beer@grapevine.net.au>
Date: Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:35:44 +1100
Message-ID: <4B6C1EB0.7010607@grapevine.net.au>
To: Ed Summers <ehs@pobox.com>
CC: W3C e-Gov IG <public-egov-ig@w3.org>
Hi Ed.

Yes - it's specific to the Department unfortunately in that sense. 
However your reply has got me thinking about how we would push content 
out of the respository into the NLA's web archive or the archives at 
National Archives. And Web Services are part of the scope - I'd love to 
discuss this more with you after I come up to speed on the RFC.

Thanks for the thoughts :)

Cheers

Chris

On 5/02/2010 10:43 PM, Ed Summers wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 7:56 AM, Chris Beer<chris-beer@grapevine.net.au>  wrote:
>    
>> The architecture for the repository will be a customised Sharepoint document
>> library (SQL backend) with added fields etc for RDA and DC based metadata
>> (AGLS for those who know about it). A "Cool URI" system will be used. Cover
>> sheets and versioning will be used. A Persistant URL resolver service
>> (Handle) will be used, either in-house or via a third party, also in the gov
>> domain - this will assist in archival management and citation. Web crawling
>> will be the primary third party method of indexing our content, but we will
>> also be supporting RSS feeds (looking into Atom atm as well) and Web
>> Services. Public interface will be a search form which searches on the
>> metadata fields, not the Sharepoint fields.
>>
>> Thoughts?
>>      
> Sounds like a fun project Chris. I wonder have you all thought at all
> about how content gets into the repository? I guess one use case I
> would be interested in exploring would be an mechanism that allowed
> trusted partners to push content to the repository. This would allow
> your service to become part of a publishing workflow that wouldn't
> require people to upload documents manually.
>
> If you do have to provide some functionality in this area you might
> want to look at AtomPub (RFC 5023) [1]. It's basically a RESTful,
> webarch friendly way of pushing content using HTTP. As a point of
> reference the digital library / repository community has seen some
> uptake/experimentation in the Fedora, DSpace and Eprints worlds via
> the Simple WebService Offering Repository Deposit project [2].
>
> //Ed
>
> [1] http://bitworking.org/projects/atom/rfc5023.html
> [2] http://swordapp.org/
>
>
>    
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