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[opensource] Digital Information Virtual Archive (DIVA)

James Jacobs jrjacobs at stanford.edu
Mon May 19 12:15:12 PDT 2008


I totally agree with Zach. It'd also be pretty keen if DIVA could be 
used as the front end for stanford community to deposit their content 
and data for inclusion/preservation in the Stanford Digital Repository. 
Convergence ho!

james

Zach Chandler wrote:
> I think JF has the stack correctly.
> 
>> PHP, Java, some C(something - plus maybe?)
>>   
> And Vijoy is right about PostGRE, with abstraction layer so that it can 
> be run with MySQL, as I recall.
> 
> Mostly PHP, I think the Java and/or C was for multimedia processing 
> stuff, like FFMPEG.
>> It was quite slick, and had a number of accessibility hooks built in and
>> ready to be taken advantage of (I actually applauded at the presentation
>> <smile>)
>>   
> Yup, they seem to have done everything very thoughtfully. Extremely 
> impressive.  Even moreso as it was the work of one guy (more or less) 
> right?  Diva is a much better DAM system than Drupal, and since they 
> were talking about open API, there is no reason to think that somewhere 
> down the line we couldn't devise a Drupal module that relies on Diva (or 
> similar) for file management.
> 
> I think that the Diva server stack is a little too hefty for me to 
> handle under my desk*Nix/Apache/Tomcat/C/SQL, no? but if we could have a 
> central server running Diva that we could tap into from our various AFS 
> mysql/php projects, that would be pretty keen.
> 
> Z.
>> JF
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>   
>>> Thanks, Lois
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On May 19, 2008, at 11:01 AM, James Jacobs wrote:
>>>
>>>     
>>>> the DIVA folks spoke here last week. it's soon to be open-sourced.
>>>> looks very cool. could be a very useful tool for stanford faculty,
>>>> researchers and students to store and share their files and data.
>>>> much more robust collaborative environment than AFS. check it:
>>>>
>>>> http://diva.sfsu.edu/
>>>>
>>>> james
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> James R. Jacobs
>>>> International Documents Librarian
>>>> Green Library
>>>> Stanford University
>>>> (650) 725-1030
>>>> jrjacobs at stanford.edu
>>>> http://jonssonlibrary.stanford.edu
>>>> AIM: LibrarianJames Jabber: radlib at jabber.org
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James R. Jacobs
International Documents Librarian
Green Library
Stanford University
(650) 725-1030
jrjacobs at stanford.edu
http://jonssonlibrary.stanford.edu
AIM: LibrarianJames Jabber: radlib at jabber.org

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