[Bibjson-dev] first post
pm286 at cam.ac.uk
Fri May 27 22:50:49 BST 2011
On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 3:10 PM, Jim Pitman <pitman at stat.berkeley.edu>wrote:
> Peter Murray-Rust <pm286 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> > I "announced" BibJSON at the JISC Discovery meeting yesterday and it
> > to take off immediately. It was tweeted (and I suggest that you read
> > #ukdiscovery to get reactions).
> What exactly is the url intended?
#ukdiscovery is the twitter tag for the meeting
> > Also recording at:
> > 39.30 lasts 18 mins, and also quite a lot of PMR on panel afterwards.
> I'm getting a "Page not found" from that URL. Please can you check url?
> It worked this morning - now it doesn't.
> > People started to look at BibJSON almost immediately so we need to update
> pages to reflect
> Right. Whose task is this? Where are the pages to be maintained?
> I started a BKN/BibJSON FAQ page in Google Docs.
> I'm glad to help with content but do not want to be dealing with server
> admin and version control.
Mark and I discussed this and I think Mark will take this on.
> I would be glad to see http://www.bibkn.org/bibjson/index.html
> ported to a new location suitable for update and version control. For that
> matter, it would be best if
> www.bibkn.org were taken over by this group for sys admin and OKF assisted
> in some way with the maintenance.
> I did have a very bad experience of OKF using an Amazon EC2 which got
> totally trashed.
> What server should we be using for current BibJSON and BibServer project
> Jim Pitman
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