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unalog

unalog is a Web-based human event (links/books read, songs played, etc.) logging tool focused on bibliographic metadata support and library (as in books-on-shelves) workflow integration.

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  •  19 Aug 2005 07:54

    Release Notes: New features include SRU search query support with MODS and DC recordSchema output, an entry filtering system, tag maintenance tools, and support for the rel="tag" microformat. Indexing and default search results were improved. The code was switched to use ElementTree for XML generation. Several bugfixes and cleanups were applied.

    •  30 Mar 2005 05:30

      Release Notes: This release adds a search interface using PyLucene, improves the entry and header UI, features several usability improvements, adds an MODS export format, adds a simple Twisted server, fixes several bugs, and removes medusa support.

      •  18 Jan 2005 01:01

        Release Notes: This release adds URL indexing and keyword tagging, allows remote access to private group data, adds a Javascript linkset renderer; refactors indexing and app context, adds simple pluggable authentication, adds links for RSS autodiscovery, adds an XBEL renderer, adds an output filter hook for validity checking with tidy, and has been updated for quixote-1.2. There are several bugfixes.

        •  10 Aug 2004 00:42

          Release Notes: Entries can now be made private. A standalone medusa server has been added (works with Windows). XOBIS export format has been added. There are several bugfixes.

          •  29 Apr 2004 21:04

            Release Notes: Changes include XHTML/CSS compliance and design work, general layout improvements, code reorganization, numerous bugfixes, and improved installation help.

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