I would put them on Dropbox or S3. The Dropbox free account is 5 GB.
On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 4:09 AM, Ross Singer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Or the Internet Archive, since there are also a whole bunch of other MARC
> dumps there.
> On Jun 12, 2013, at 4:25 AM, Owen Stephens <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Putting the files on GitHub might be an option - free for public
> repositories, and 38Mb should not be a problem to host there
> > Owen
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> > On 12 Jun 2013, at 02:24, Dana Pearson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >> I have crosswalked the Project Gutenberg RDF/DC metadata to MARC. I
> >> like to make these files available to any library that is interested.
> >> 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 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
> >> 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
> >> ebooks, audio books, juvenile content, miscellaneous and non-Latin
> >> such as Chinese, Modern Greek. Most of the content is in the ebook
> >> 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
> >> for everyone who's tried it.
> >> http://dbpearsonmlis.com/ProjectGutenbergMarcRecords.html
> >> thanks,
> >> dana
> >> --
> >> Dana Pearson
> >> dbpearsonmlis.com
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