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04.09.2017 14:08:57 (3 months ago)
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text changes to go with removing docs page, and updating text on home and gsdl pages

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    232232_textadmin_ {Administration Page} 
    233233_textabgs_ {About Greenstone} 
    234 _textgsdocs_ {Greenstone Documentation} 
    235234 
    236235_textdescradmin_ { 
     
    240239 
    241240_textdescrgogreenstone_ { 
    242 Tells you about the Greenstone software and the New Zealand Digital Library 
    243 Project where it originated 
    244 } 
    245  
    246 _textdescrgodocs_ {Greenstone manuals} 
     241Tells you about the Greenstone software and provides links to further information such as sample collections, technical details, and documentation. 
     242} 
     243 
    247244 
    248245##################################################################### 
     
    261258_textcollector_ {The Collector} 
    262259_textdescrcollector_ { 
    263 This predates the Librarian Interface, and for most practical purposes the Librarian Interface should be used instead 
     260Helps you create collections online. This predates the Librarian Interface, and for most practical purposes the Librarian Interface should be used instead 
    264261} 
    265262 
     
    268265_textdepositor_ {The Depositor} 
    269266_textdescrdepositor_  { 
    270 Helps you to add documents to existing collections 
     267Helps you to add documents to existing collections online, instead of using GLI.  
    271268} 
    272269 
  • main/trunk/greenstone2/macros/english2.dm

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    2121_colnotbuilt_ {Collection not built.} 
    2222 
    23 ### taken from here 
    24  
    25 _textpoem_ { 
    26 <br><h2>Kia papapounamu te moana</h2> 
    27  
    28 <p>kia hora te marino, 
    29 <br>kia tere te karohirohi, 
    30 <br>kia papapounamu te moana 
    31  
    32 <p>may peace and calmness surround you, 
    33 <br>may you reside in the warmth of a summer's haze, 
    34 <br>may the ocean of your travels be as smooth as the polished greenstone. 
    35 } 
    36  
    37 _textgreenstone_ {  
    38 <p>Greenstone is a semi-precious stone that (like this software) is sourced 
    39 in New Zealand.  In traditional Maori society it was the most highly prized 
    40 and sought after of all substances.  It can absorb and hold <i>wairua</i>, 
    41 which is a spirit or life force, and is endowed with traditional virtues 
    42 that make it an appropriate emblem for a public-domain digital library 
    43 project.  Its lustre shows charity; its translucence, honesty; its 
    44 toughness, courage; and the sharp edge it can take, justice.  The carved 
    45 piece used in the Greenstone Digital Library Software logo is a <i>patu</i> 
    46 or fighting club, and is a family heirloom of one of our project members. 
    47 In hand-to-hand combat its delivery is very quick, very accurate, and very 
    48 complete.  We like to think these qualities also apply to our software, the 
    49 razor sharp edge of the <i>patu</i> symbolizing the leading edge of 
    50 technology.</p> 
    51 } 
    52  
    53 _textaboutgreenstone_ { 
    54 <p>Greenstone is a suite of software for building and distributing digital 
    55 library collections. It provides a new way of organizing information and 
    56 publishing it on the Internet or on CD-ROM.  Greenstone is produced by the 
    57 <b>New Zealand Digital Library Project</b> at the <b>University of 
    58 Waikato</b>, and developed and distributed in cooperation with 
    59 <b>UNESCO</b> and the <b>Human Info NGO</b>.  It is open-source 
    60 software, available from <a 
    61 href="http://greenstone.org">http://greenstone.org</a> under the terms of 
    62 the GNU General Public License. 
    63 </p> 
    64  
    65 <p>The aim of the software is to empower users, particularly in 
     23_aimofsoftware_{The aim of the software is to empower users, particularly in 
    6624universities, libraries, and other public service institutions, to 
    6725build their own digital libraries.  Digital libraries are radically 
     
    7129countries.  We hope that this software will encourage the effective 
    7230deployment of digital libraries to share information and place it in 
    73 the public domain. 
    74 </p> 
    75  
    76 <p>This software is developed and distributed as an international 
    77 cooperative effort established in August 2000 among three parties. 
    78 </p> 
    79  
    80 <p> 
    81 <a href="http://nzdl.org"><b>New Zealand Digital Library Project at the University of Waikato</b></a> 
    82 <br> 
    83 Greenstone software grew out of this project, and this initiative 
     31the public domain.} 
     32 
     33_softwaredevel_{This software is developed and distributed as an international 
     34cooperative effort established in August 2000 among three parties.} 
     35 
     36_nzdltitle_{New Zealand Digital Library Project at the University of Waikato} 
     37 
     38_nzdldescr_{Greenstone software grew out of this project, and this initiative 
    8439has been endorsed by the Communication Sub-Commission of the New 
    8540Zealand National Commission for UNESCO as part of New Zealand's 
    86 contribution to UNESCO's programme. 
    87 </p> 
    88  
    89 <p> 
    90 <a href="http://www.unesco.org"><img alt="UNESCO logo" src="_httpimg_/unesco.gif" 
    91 class="logo"></a> 
    92 <a href="http://www.unesco.org"><b>United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization</b></a> 
    93 <br> 
    94 The dissemination of educational, scientific and cultural information 
    95 throughout the world, and particularly its availability in developing 
     41contribution to UNESCO's programme.} 
     42 
     43_unescotitle_{United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization} 
     44 
     45_unescodescr_{The dissemination of educational, scientific and cultural 
     46information throughout the world, and particularly its availability in developing 
    9647countries, is central to UNESCO's goals as pursued within its 
    9748intergovernmental Information for All Programme, and appropriate, 
    9849accessible information and communication technology is seen as an important 
    99 tool in this context. 
    100 </p> 
    101  
    102 <p> 
    103 <a href="http://humaninfo.org"><img alt="Human Info logo" src="_httpimg_/ghproj2.jpg" class="logo"></a> 
    104 <a href="http://humaninfo.org"><b>The Human Info NGO, based in Antwerp, Belgium</b></a> 
    105 <br> 
    106 This project works with UN agencies and other NGOs, and has established 
     50tool in this context.} 
     51 
     52_humaninfotitle_{The Human Info NGO, based in Antwerp, Belgium} 
     53_humaninfodescr_{This project works with UN agencies and other NGOs, and has established 
    10754a worldwide reputation for digitizing documentation of interest to 
    10855human development and making it widely available, free of charge to 
    109 developing nations and on a cost-recovery basis to others. 
    110 </p> 
    111 } 
    112  
     56developing nations and on a cost-recovery basis to others.} 
    11357 
    11458_textdescrselcol_ {select a collection} 
     
    206150 
    207151 
    208 ###################################################################### 
    209 # 'docs' page  
    210 package docs 
    211 ###################################################################### 
    212  
    213  
    214 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    215 # text macros 
    216 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    217  
    218 _textnodocumentation_ { 
    219 <p>This Greenstone installation does not include any documentation. This 
    220 may be because: 
    221 <ol> 
    222  <li>Greenstone was installed from CD-ROM using a compact installation. 
    223  <li>Greenstone was installed from a distribution downloaded from the 
    224  internet. 
    225 </ol> 
    226 In either case you may obtain the documentation either from the <i>docs</i> 
    227 directory of a Greenstone CD-ROM or by visiting <a 
    228 href="http://www.greenstone.org">http://www.greenstone.org</a>. 
    229 } 
    230  
    231 _textuserguide_ {User's Guide} 
    232 _textinstallerguide_ {Installer's Guide} 
    233 _textdeveloperguide_ {Developer's Guide} 
    234 _textpaperguide_ {From Paper to Collection} 
    235 _textorganizerguide_ {Using the Organizer} 
    236  
    237 _textgsdocstitle_ {greenstone documentation} 
    238152 
    239153###################################################################### 
     
    675589_textgreenstone1_ { 
    676590Greenstone is a suite of software which has the ability to serve digital 
    677 library collections and build new collections.  It provides a new way of 
    678 organizing information and publishing it on the Internet or on CD-ROM. 
     591library collections and build new collections.  It provides a versatile way of 
     592organizing information and publishing it on the web or on removable media 
     593such as DVD or USB thumb drive. 
    679594Greenstone is produced by the New Zealand Digital Library Project at the 
    680595University of Waikato, and distributed in cooperation with UNESCO and the 
    681596Human Info NGO. It is open-source software, available from 
    682 <i>http://greenstone.org</i> under the terms of the GNU General Public 
     597<a href="_1_">http://greenstone.org</a> under the terms of the GNU General Public 
    683598License. 
    684599} 
    685600 
     601_textexamplestitle_ {examples} 
    686602_textgreenstone2_ { 
    687603The New Zealand Digital Library website (<a 
    688 href="http://nzdl.org">http://nzdl.org</a>) contains numerous example 
     604href="_1_">http://nzdl.org</a>) contains numerous example 
    689605collections, all created with the Greenstone software, which are publicly 
    690606available for you to peruse. They exemplify various searching and browsing 
    691607options, and include collections in Arabic, Chinese, French, Maori, and 
    692 Spanish, as well as English. There are also some music collections. 
    693 } 
    694  
    695 _textplatformtitle_ {platform} 
    696 _textgreenstone3_ { 
    697 Greenstone runs on Windows, Unix and Mac OS X. The distribution includes ready-to-use 
    698 binaries for all versions of Windows, and for Linux and Mac OS X. It also includes 
    699 complete source code for the system, which can be compiled using Microsoft 
    700 C++ or gcc.  Greenstone works with associated software that is also freely 
    701 available: the Apache Webserver and PERL. The user interface uses a Web 
    702 browser: typically Mozilla FireFox or Internet Explorer. 
    703 } 
    704  
    705 _textgreenstone4_ { 
    706 Many document collections are distributed on CD-ROM using the Greenstone 
    707 software. For example, the <i>Humanity Development Library</i> contains 
    708 1,230 publications ranging from accounting to water sanitation. It runs on 
    709 minimal computing facilities such as those typically found in developing 
    710 countries. The information can be accessed by searching, browsing by 
    711 subject, browsing by titles, browsing by organisation, browsing a list of 
    712 how-tos, and by randomly viewing the book covers. 
    713 } 
     608Spanish, as well as English. Many of these collections have been produced by the Human Info NGO and distributed on CD-ROM, such as the <a href="_2_">Humanity Development Library</a>. The <a href="_3_">greenstone.org examples page</a> also lists a vast array of Greenstone based digital libraries from around the world. 
     609} 
     610 
     611 
     612_texttechnicaltitle_{technical} 
     613_texttechnical_{ 
     614See the <a href="_1_">greenstone factsheet</a> for technical details such as versions, platform support and interoperability. There are two major versions of the software: the original Greenstone 2, and Greenstone 3 which is a complete redesign and reimplementation. Greenstone 3 is under active development, and is recommended for download. This is a Greenstone 2 installation. 
     615} 
     616 
    714617 
    715618_textcustomisationtitle_ {customisation} 
    716 _textgreenstone5_ { 
    717 Greenstone is specifically designed to be highly extensible and 
    718 customisable. New document and metadata formats are accommodated by writing 
    719 "plugins" (in Perl). Analogously, new metadata browsing structures can be 
    720 implemented by writing "classifiers." The user interface look-and-feel can 
    721 be altered using "macros" written in a simple macro language. A Corba 
    722 protocol allows agents (e.g. in Java) to use all the facilities associated 
    723 with document collections. Finally, the source code, in C++ and Perl, is 
    724 available and accessible for modification. 
    725 } 
     619 
     620_textgreenstone5_ { Greenstone is specifically designed to be highly 
     621extensible and customisable. New document and metadata formats are 
     622accommodated by writing "plugins" (in Perl). Analogously, new metadata 
     623browsing structures can be implemented by writing "classifiers." The user 
     624interface look-and-feel can be altered using "macros" written in a simple 
     625macro language. The source code, in C++, Perl and Java, is available and 
     626accessible for modification. For more information, see the <a href="_1_">Greenstone wiki</a>. 
     627} 
     628 
    726629 
    727630_textdocumentationtitle_ {documentation} 
    728 _textdocuments_ {Extensive documentation for the Greenstone software is available.} 
    729  
    730 #_textthreedocs_ {There are three documents that explain the Greenstone system:} 
    731 #_textinstall_ {The Greenstone Digital Library Software Installer's Guide} 
    732 #_textuser_ {The Greenstone Digital Library Software User's Guide} 
    733 #_textdevelop_ {The Greenstone Digital Library Software Developer's Guide} 
    734  
    735 _textmailinglisttitle_ {mailing list} 
    736 _textmailinglist_ { 
    737 There is a mailing list intended primarily for discussions about the 
    738 Greenstone digital library software.  Active users of Greenstone should 
    739 consider joining the mailing list and contributing to the discussions. 
    740 To subscribe, go to  <a href="https://list.scms.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/greenstone-users">https://list.scms.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/greenstone-users</a>. 
    741  
    742 To send a message to the list, address it to <a 
    743 href="mailto:greenstone-users@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz" 
    744 >greenstone-users@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz</a>. 
    745 } 
     631_textdocuments_ {Extensive documentation for the Greenstone software is available on the <a href="_1_">Greenstone Wiki</a>, including step-by-step <a href="_2_">tutorials</a>.} 
     632 
     633_textsupporttitle_ {support} 
     634 
     635_textsupport_ { See the <a href="_1_">support</a> 
     636page for details about language specific mailing lists, regional support 
     637groups and other resources.  } 
    746638 
    747639_textbugstitle_ {bugs} 
    748640_textreport_ { 
    749641We want to ensure that this software works well for you.  Please report any 
    750 bugs to <a href="https://list.scms.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/greenstone-users">the mailing list</a>. 
    751 } 
    752  
    753 _textgs3title_ {in the works} 
    754 _textgs3_ {Greenstone 3 is a complete redesign and reimplementation which  
    755 retains all the advantages of Greenstone 2 (the current version)--for example,  
    756 it is multilingual, multiplatform, and highly configurable. It  
    757 incorporates all the features of the existing system, and is backwards  
    758 compatible: that is, it can build and run existing collections without  
    759 modification. Written in Java, it is structured as a network of  
    760 independent modules that communicate using XML: thus it runs in a  
    761 distributed fashion and can be spread across different servers as  
    762 necessary. This modular design increases the flexibility and  
    763 extensibility of Greenstone. Documentation and experimental releases of Greenstone 3 can be downloaded from the <a href="http://www.greenstone.org/greenstone3-home">Greenstone 3 home page</a>.} 
    764  
    765 _textcreditstitle_ {credits} 
    766  
    767 _textwhoswho_ { The Greenstone software is a 
    768 collaborative effort between many people. Ian Witten was the founding 
    769 member of the project, and Rodger McNab and Stefan Boddie were the initial 
    770 principal architects and implementors.  Other contributors include: 
    771 _contributorlist_ Other members of the New Zealand Digital Library project 
    772 provided advice and inspiration in the design of the system: 
    773 _inspirationlist_ We would also like to acknowledge all those who have 
    774 contributed to the GNU-licensed packages included in this distribution: 
    775 _gnupackagelist_} 
     642bugs to the <a href="_1_">Greenstone users mailing list</a>. 
     643} 
    776644 
    777645_textaboutgslong_ {about the greenstone software} 
     646 
     647_textgreenstone_ {  
     648<p>Greenstone is a semi-precious stone that (like this software) is sourced 
     649in New Zealand.  In traditional Maori society it was the most highly prized 
     650and sought after of all substances.  It can absorb and hold <i>wairua</i>, 
     651which is a spirit or life force, and is endowed with traditional virtues 
     652that make it an appropriate emblem for a public-domain digital library 
     653project.  Its lustre shows charity; its translucence, honesty; its 
     654toughness, courage; and the sharp edge it can take, justice. 
     655} 
     656 
     657_texttokititle_ {The adze that shapes the excellence of thought} 
     658_texttokidesc1_ {In November 2000, a toki pou tangata (greenstone adze) was presented to the New Zealand Digital Library by Māori, to acknowledge the important work being done on taonga (treasure) such as the <a href="_1_">Niupepa Collection</a>. The toki was carved by Bernard Makoare of Ngāti Whātua and Te Rarawa descent.  } 
     659_texttokidescr2_ {The toki is to symbolize the significance of pounamu (greenstone). It is to inspire the work that is being done here with qualities of mana, authority and leadership. It is a tough stone, a connection to be made. It is to be used to carve out and guide the excellence of thought that is harvested in the New Zealand Digital Library. } 
     660 
    778661 
    779662######################################################################