True, but I'm hesitant to post mundane bits of code that are irrelevant to
most of the user base here. It may be worth discussing XForms in more
detail on code4lib, though, since the xforms4lib list never quite took off
with only a handful of emails in a year and a half.
On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 8:57 AM, Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On May 28, 2011, at 8:21 AM, Jimmy Ghaphery wrote:
> >> I'm sure there are folks on this mailing list who use ContentDM. You
> >> could always post advances, trials, and tribulations here.
> > Funny you post this as I'm right at the beginning of looking at Omeka
> > and was thinking of posting a query somewhere [?] to see if anyone has
> > done a recent product comparison.
> Just a couple of things regarding the Code4Lib mailing list. First, the
> list membership continues to grow at a constant rate, about one or two
> people every two or three days. The membership seems to be getting more
> international in scope, even though gmail.com email addresses prevail. I
> think there are about 1,800 of us.
> Second, if topics have to do with programming and libraries, then it is
> apropos to post them here, IMHO. While I am just the mailing list
> administrator, I think I can speak for many people when I say there is a
> desire for the Code4Lib mailing list to have a broader scope as opposed to a
> narrower one. If folks want to create lists about other topics such as
> ContentDM or XForms, then more power to them. At the same time, I doubt such
> discussions will be shunned here.
> Eric Lease Morgan
> University of Notre Dame