Hi Nicolaie,

Like many other projects, Scalar is up on GitHub:  Though, I've been working on a derivative
project called Tensor, which is also on GitHub:

However, Tensor takes it a step further: I needed a starter set of archives
to load into Tensor when people start using the app, but instead of putting
the list into Tensor itself (requiring an update to get new archives), I
have the app pull from another GitHub repository that I keep updated when
new archive support comes online:

Lots of other projects do the same thing, but I though taking advantage of
GitHub's open CORS headers was pretty clever when I came up with it :)


On Sat, Nov 2, 2019 at 3:19 AM Nicolaie Constantinescu <[log in to unmask]>

> Dear all,
> The article of Eric Hanson triggered my entering to this mailing list (
> I'm a PhD student in Romania and my research subject is "Systems and APIs
> for aggregation and presentation of research data and metadata using Open
> Web Platform".
> I wonder if any of you have used GIT or Blockchain ledgers to build
> systems that aggregate digital resources?
> Kind regards,
> Nicolaie