code4Lib 31

Junior Tidal JTidal at CITYTECH.CUNY.EDU
Fri Jan 29 10:40:52 EST 2016

Hi all,

Apologies for x-posting.

The Editorial Committee is pleased to submit issue 31 to the community.
This issue includes 7 articles, covering issues related to data
manipulation, migration, and reconciliation – as well as discussions
around best practices and feature development. We encourage you to
explore this issue, engage in the comments, and reach out to the many
fine authors that contributed their work to this work.


Bret Davidson and Jason Casden, Beyond Open Source: Evaluating the
Community Availability of Software
Michael Sutherland, RSS Feed 2.0: The Crux of a Social Media Strategy

Ruth Tillman, Extracting, Augmenting, and Updating Metadata in Fedora 3
and 4 Using a Local OpenRefine Reconciliation Service

Gregory Wiedeman, Practical Digital Forensics at Accession for
Born-Digital Institutional Records

Keith Gilbertson and Liz McVoy, Video Playback Modifications for a
DSpace Repository

Katherine Perdue, Bringing our Internet Archive collection back home: A
case study from the University of Mary Washington

Rainer Simon, Leif Isaksen, Elton Barker, and Pau de Soto Cañamares,
Peripleo: A Tool for Exploring Heterogeneous Data through the Dimensions
of Space and Time


Junior Tidal
Associate Professor
Web Services and Multimedia Librarian
New York City College of Technology, CUNY 
300 Jay Street, Rm A434
Brooklyn, NY 11201


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