[XML4LIB] Re: Other XML projects
hgladney at pacbell.net
Tue Mar 19 12:11:47 EST 2002
Two last comments on this topic.
My word "taught" implies ideas rather than implementations.
I'll be serving on the EU/NSF WG with Reagan Moore, and will try to find a
non-confrontational way of asking the question. ("non-confrontational" is
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[mailto:xml4lib at sunsite.berkeley.edu]On Behalf Of Andrew Ashton
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 7:47 AM
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Subject: [XML4LIB] Re: Other XML projects
on 3/19/02 9:35 AM, H.M. Gladney at hgladney at pacbell.net wrote:
> Ref: "I hope this helps."
> Thank you for trying. Howewer, your response (attached) doesn't really
> help, because it focuses on stating the challenge (which "everyone"
> whereas my question was directed at what the SDSC project taught that was
> new about solutions (i.e., "what was the answer", not "what was the
Sorry it wasn't more useful. The implementation of a comprehensive set of
software tools for collection-level archival management is an attempt at a
solution. As for novelty, I don't know of any commercial software packages
that address precisely the same issues.
Otherwise, I'll let the SDSC publications speak for themselves since I am
not affiliated with their project. Good luck.
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