Archive for 'blacklight'
Oh boy, it has been a long time coming, but last night I finally pushed a 0.1 (very alpha) release of Blacklight out the door. You can download it from http://rubyforge.org/projects/blacklight/. We’ll be setting up an open svn repository on ruby forge, too, but I haven’t got to that yet. I think we have it [...]
There’s more than one reason I’m excited about the newly published Library 2.0 Initiatives in Academic Libraries. The most selfish reason is that Bethany Nowviskie, Erik Hatcher and I have a chapter about NINES / Collex / Blacklight in it. The chapter was a lot of fun to write, and I think it turned [...]
If you were at code4libcon you’ve already seen Erik Hatcher’s initial foray into the world of indexing library catalog data with solr. I am pleased to announce that the unofficial UVa team we’ve assembled has come even further with that effort, and for the next couple of weeks we are demonstrating Blacklight, UVa’s solr based [...]