Out of curiosity, how does your crosswalk differ from Project Gutenberg's MARC files? See, e.g.:
Network Development and MARC Standards Office
Library of Congress
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> Dana Pearson
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] best way to make MARC files available to anyone
> I have crosswalked the Project Gutenberg RDF/DC metadata to MARC. I
> would like to make these files available to any library that is
> I thought that I would put them on my website via FTP but don't know if
> that is the best way. Don't have an ftp client myself so was thinking
> that that may be now passť.
> I tried using Google Drive with access available via the link to two
> versions of the files, UTF8 and MARC8. However, it seems that that is
> not a viable solution. I can access the files with the URLs provided
> by setting the access to anyone with the URL but doesn't work for some
> of those testing it for me or with the links I have on my webpage..
> I have five folders with files of about 38 MB total. I have separated
> the ebooks, audio books, juvenile content, miscellaneous and non-Latin
> scripts such as Chinese, Modern Greek. Most of the content is in the
> ebook folder.
> I would like to make access as easy as possible.
> Google Drive seems to work for me. Here's the link to my page with the
> links in case you would like to look at the folders. Works for me but
> not for everyone who's tried it.
> Dana Pearson