as seen at freshmeat: "Some bugs were fixed, minor GUI changes, documentation was added to dbflat.pm class." For more see the BioMail page.
as seen at freshmeat: "Fixed some problems which made all previous versions of BioMail nonfunctional due to changes at PubMed site. Added HTML 'skins', csv file format." If this means they finally did the cutoff of the old server some of my pubmed code must be broken too... for more see the redesigned BioMail site.
Eric Schnell writes in that "Prospero for Windows 2000/NT/98/95 is a web-based document delivery system designed as a compliment to the Ariel software system [for ILL over the net]... [it comprises] a staff module which captures and converts Ariel files to Web accessible documents... [and a] server-side user interface which allows patrons to retrieve their documents using a web browser." It is GPLd and uses some of my code! This got a major wooh-hooh! from everyone here at Yale... or, well, at least a "why, that is quite exciting indeed."
from Peter: 'Version 0.2.1 adds the ability to define "token descriptors" for token objects in an abstract relationship modeling system (ARMS). Token descriptors are used to link token objects in an ARMS database to things in the outside world or as descriptive labels for token objects.' available to all at the Avanti site.
Art writes to the OSDLS list: "I have done some updates at: 18.104.22.168/pytheas/pytheas.html. I am hoping to get it moved over to the more stable and more powerful OSDLS server soon. There is still lots to do but I cleaned up the need for a login and reworked the docs." Good to see some positive movement... it works, too.
as seen at freshmeat: "User interface changes, including early support for variable window sizes, smoother pagination, etc. Executable renamed from gutenbook.pl to gutenbook." see gutenbook.org for more.
as seen at freshmeat: "mod_litbook is an experiment in web page referencing whereby portions of a much larger document can be referenced and retrieved (e.g., the King James Bible)." The author further describes it as combining influences from Jakob Nielsen, Xanadu tumblers, and Zope. Links to all and a demo based on the bible are available at the mod_litbook site.
Peter says: "Avanti version 0.1.3 has been released. This version allows the creation and management of multiple independent circulation systems, fixes a few bugs and includes improvements in the help command and code comments. Work is continuing on version 0.2 that will include an ARMS package. For more info. or to download the code go to www.nslsilus.org/~schlumpf/avanti.