I think it's safe to assume that there will be lots of people around
to answer questions. I'm in the XSLT / cocoon group, and I know we'll
be doing XSL transformations of MARCXML and/or MODS into SOLR.


On Feb 13, 2007, at 10:58 AM, Jonathan Rochkind wrote:

> If we bring MARCXML and/or MODS, can we assume that there will be
> people
> who can help us process that data into something useable by Solr?
> That
> would be a nice, at any rate.
> Jonathan
> Erik Hatcher wrote:
>> On Feb 13, 2007, at 9:47 AM, Susan E Teague Rector/FS/VCU wrote:
>>> Are we supposed to be using a predefined set of data for the
>>> preconference
>>> or can we use our own data?
>> Susan - I'm going to package up a lot of stuff (Solr, sample
>> datasets, Luke, etc) to help everyone get started, but bringing your
>> own data is encouraged as long as you also bring along the necessary
>> tools and know-how to process that data into something usable by Solr
>> (either XSLT to .xml files, or via code that speaks to Solr
>> directly).
>> So by all means bring your data.
>>        Erik
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