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2011-09-16: Costs and benefits of standards
The Library communities have been more prone to accept and create standards than most other communities. Here I try to list costs and benifits for this.
Metadata, Metadata processing, The Library, 2011

2010-05-05: On the meaning of next
Nearest in place, degree, quality, rank, right or relation; having no similar object intervening
Metadata processing, Digital objects, 2010

2010-04-21: Fedora
Carl Lagoze, Sandy Payette, Edwin Shin and Chris Wilper, 2005. Fedora: an architecture for complex objects and their relationships
Metadata processing, Digital objects, 2010

2010-03-05: A form with a join
A form is a document, or part of one, that can be used for the entry of data. A join is a construct in query languages such SQL. A join allows you to lookup data in one part of a database based on a query in an other part. Joins are very general, and may appear in other contexts. Such as the XML forms language.
XML processing, Metadata processing, 2010

2009-09-27: Syndication and Simple REST XML web services in a library context
Some time ago I demonstrated our navigation services. In that entry I promised to tell you more about these services when they are are more mature. Here is the story on the architecture of some of our new digitization services.
XML web services, Metadata processing, 2009

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My name is Sigfrid Lundberg. The stuff I publish here may, or may not, be of interest for anyone else.

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).

The content here does not reflect the views of my past or present employers