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1997

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A proposal for metadata formats for use in the Swedish Enviro-Net
This paper outlines a combination of the Dublin Core metadata embedded in HTML metadata tags and the GILS Z39.50 profile used for information retrieval. It is a combination would solve the distributed indexing, search and retrieval problems within a network of environmental authorities. The Swedish Enviro-Net lived for a few years at the end of 1990ties.
Web indexing, Metadata, Z39.50, 1997

Kulturnät Sverige
En recension av IT i kulturens tjänst, SOU 1997:14 som i mina ögon vid den tidpunkten var en fullständigt överflödig utredning. Här fanns alla möjligheter att börja arbeta för en konvergens när det gäller beskrivningsstandard och protokoll för informationsretrieval mellan olika grenar av kultursektorn. En tjock bok som ledde fram till en numera nerlagd ämnesportal.
Digital collections, Reviews, 1997

The Kulturarw3 archiving format
This note describes a file format intended for the joint storage of objects retrieved from the World Wide Web and various kinds of meta information on those objects. The information includes the HTTP response header but may also contain information needed for version control etc within the archive. Kulturarw3 project proposes an archiving record format based on open standards, namely that objects are stored as HTTP MIME multpart/mixed messages (cf. RFC2068 and RFC1521 respectively).
Digital preservation, Harvesting, 1997

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On this site there is material on photography, music, literature and other stuff I enjoy in life. However, most of it is related to my profession as an Internet programmer and software developer within the area of digital libraries at the Royal Library, Copenhagen (Denmark) and, before that, Lund university (Sweden).

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