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1######################################################################
2#
3# English Language text and icon macros
4# -- this file contains english text that is of less importance
5# -- to translate when creating a new interface language
6######################################################################
7
8
9
10######################################################################
11# 'home' page
12package home
13######################################################################
14
15
16#------------------------------------------------------------
17# text macros
18#------------------------------------------------------------
19
20_documents_ { documents. }
21_lastupdate_ {Last updated}
22_ago_ {days ago.}
23_colnotbuilt_ {Collection not built.}
24
25_textpagetitle_ {Greenstone Digital Library}
26_textadmin_ {Administration Page}
27_textabgs_ {About Greenstone}
28_textgsdocs_ {Greenstone Documentation}
29
30_textimagecollector_ {
31Helps you create new collections, modify or add to existing ones, or delete
32collections
33}
34
35_textimageadmin_ {
36Allows you to add new users, summarizes the collections in the system,
37gives technical information on the Greenstone installation
38}
39
40_textimagegogreenstone_ {
41Tells you about the Greenstone software and the New Zealand Digital Library
42Project where it originated
43}
44
45_textpoem_ {
46<br><h2>Kia papapounamu te moana</h2>
47
48<p>kia hora te marino,
49<br>kia tere te karohirohi,
50<br>kia papapounamu te moana
51
52<p>may peace and calmness surround you,
53<br>may you reside in the warmth of a summer's haze,
54<br>may the ocean of your travels be as smooth as the polished greenstone.
55}
56
57_textgreenstone_ {
58<p>Greenstone is a semi-precious stone that (like this software) is sourced
59in New Zealand. In traditional Maori society it was the most highly prized
60and sought after of all substances. It can absorb and hold <i>wairua</i>,
61which is a spirit or life force, and is endowed with traditional virtues
62that make it an appropriate emblem for a public-domain digital library
63project. Its lustre shows charity; its translucence, honesty; its
64toughness, courage; and the sharp edge it can take, justice. The carved
65piece used in the Greenstone Digital Library Software logo is a <i>patu</i>
66or fighting club, and is a family heirloom of one of our project members.
67In hand-to-hand combat its delivery is very quick, very accurate, and very
68complete. We like to think these qualities also apply to our software, the
69razor sharp edge of the <i>patu</i> symbolizing the leading edge of
70technology.
71}
72
73_textaboutgreenstone_ {
74<p>Greenstone is a suite of software for building and distributing
75digital library collections. It provides a new way of organizing
76information and publishing it on the Internet or on CD-ROM. Greenstone
77is developed and produced by the <b>New Zealand Digital Library
78Project</b> at the <b>University of Waikato</b>, and distributed in
79cooperation with <b>UNESCO</b> and the <b>Humanity Libraries
80Project</b>. It is open-source software, available from <a
81href="http://greenstone.org">http://greenstone.org</a> under the terms
82of the GNU General Public License.
83
84<p>The aim of the software is to empower users, particularly in
85universities, libraries, and other public service institutions, to
86build their own digital libraries. Digital libraries are radically
87reforming how information is disseminated and acquired in UNESCO's
88partner communities and institutions in the fields of education,
89science and culture around the world, and particularly in developing
90countries. We hope that this software will encourage the effective
91deployment of digital libraries to share information and place it in
92the public domain.
93
94<p>This software is developed and distributed as an international
95cooperative effort established in August 2000 between three parties.
96<ul>
97<li>
98The New Zealand Digital Library Project at the University of Waikato.
99<br>
100The Greenstone software grew out of this project, and this initiative
101has been endorsed by the Communication Sub-Commission of the New
102Zealand National Commission for UNESCO as part of New Zealand's
103contribution to UNESCO's programme.
104<li>
105The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
106<br>
107The dissemination of educational and scientific knowledge throughout
108the world is central to UNESCO's goals as enunciated in its
109Constitution, and information and communication technology is seen as
110an important tool in this context.
111<li>
112The Humanity Libraries Project, based in Antwerp, Belgium.
113<br>
114This project works with UN agencies and other NGOs, and has established
115a worldwide reputation for digitizing documentation of interest to
116human development and making it widely available, free of charge to
117developing nations and on a cost-recovery basis to others.
118</ul>
119}
120
121#------------------------------------------------------------
122# icons
123#------------------------------------------------------------
124
125## "THE NEW ZEALAND DIGITAL LIBRARY" ## nzdl_heading ## nzdl2gr ##
126_httpiconnzdl_ {_httpimg_/nzdl2gr.gif}
127_widthnzdl_ {457}
128_heightnzdl_ {181}
129
130## "select a collection" ## green_bar_left_aligned ## selcolgr ##
131_httpiconselcolgr_ {_httpimg_/selcolgr.gif}
132_widthselcolgr_ {537}
133_heightselcolgr_ {17}
134_altselcolgr_ {"Select a collection"}
135
136
137######################################################################
138# home help page
139package homehelp
140######################################################################
141
142
143#------------------------------------------------------------
144# text macros
145#------------------------------------------------------------
146
147_text4buts_ {There are four further buttons on the home page}
148
149_textnocollections_ {
150<p>There are currently no collections available to this Greenstone installation.
151To add some collections you may either
152<ul><li>Use <a href="_httppagecollector_">The Collector</a> to build new collections
153 <li>If you have a Greenstone cd-rom you may install collections from cd-rom
154</ul>
155}
156
157######################################################################
158# external link package
159package extlink
160######################################################################
161
162
163#------------------------------------------------------------
164# text macros
165#------------------------------------------------------------
166
167_textextlink_ {External Link}
168_textlinknotfound_{Internal Link not Found}
169
170_textextlinkcontent_ {The link you have selected is external to any of your currently selected collections.
171 If you still wish to view this link and your browser has access to
172 the Web, you can <a href="_nexturl_">go forward</a> to this page; otherwise
173 use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document.}
174
175_textlinknotfoundcontent_ {For reasons beyond our control, the internal link you have selected
176 does not exist. This is probably due to an error in the source collection.
177 Use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document.}
178
179# should have arguments of collection, collectionname and link
180_foundintcontent_ {
181
182<h3>Link to "_2_" collection</h3>
183
184<p> The link you have selected is external to the "_collectionname_"
185 collection (it links to the "_2_" collection).
186 If you wish to view this link in the "_2_" collection you can
187 <a href="_httpdoc_&c=_1_&cl=_cgiargcl_&d=_3_">go forward</a> to this page;
188 otherwise use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document.
189}
190
191
192#------------------------------------------------------------
193# icons
194#------------------------------------------------------------
195
196
197
198######################################################################
199# authentication page
200package authen
201######################################################################
202
203
204#------------------------------------------------------------
205# text macros
206#------------------------------------------------------------
207
208_textGSDLtitle_ {Greenstone Digital Library}
209
210_textusername_ {username}
211_textpassword_ {password}
212
213_textmessageinvalid_ {The page you have requested requires you to sign in.<br>
214_If_(_cgiargug_,[Note that you must belong to the "_cgiargug_" group to access this page]<br>)
215Please enter your Greenstone username and password.}
216
217_textmessagefailed_ {Either your username or password was incorrect.}
218
219_textmessagedisabled_ {Sorry, your account has been disabled. Please contact
220the webmaster for this site.}
221
222_textmessagepermissiondenied_ {Sorry, you do not have permission to access this page.}
223
224_textmessagestalekey_ {The link you have followed is now stale.
225Please enter your password to access this page.}
226
227
228######################################################################
229# 'docs' page
230package docs
231######################################################################
232
233
234#------------------------------------------------------------
235# text macros
236#------------------------------------------------------------
237
238_textnodocumentation_ {
239<p>This Greenstone installation does not include any documentation. This
240may be because:
241<ol>
242 <li>Greenstone was installed from CD-ROM using a compact installation.
243 <li>Greenstone was installed from a distribution downloaded from the
244 internet.
245</ol>
246In either case you may obtain the documentation either from the <i>docs</i>
247directory of a Greenstone CD-ROM or by visiting <a
248href="http://www.greenstone.org">http://www.greenstone.org</a>.
249}
250
251_textuserguide_ {User's Guide}
252_textinstallerguide_ {Installer's Guide}
253_textdeveloperguide_ {Developer's Guide}
254_textpaperguide_ {From Paper to Collection Guide}
255
256#------------------------------------------------------------
257# icons
258#------------------------------------------------------------
259
260## "greenstone documentation" ## green_bar_left_aligned ## gsdocsgr ##
261_httpicongsdocsgr_ {_httpimg_/gsdocsgr.gif}
262_widthgsdocsgr_ {_pagewidth_}
263_heightgsdocsgr_ {17}
264
265
266######################################################################
267# collectoraction
268package collector
269######################################################################
270
271
272#------------------------------------------------------------
273# text macros
274#------------------------------------------------------------
275
276_textmore_ {more}
277_textcollector_ {The Collector}
278_textinfo_ {Collection information}
279_textsrce_ {Source data}
280_textconf_ {Configure collection}
281_textbild_ {Build}
282_textview_ {view}
283_textdel_ {delete collection}
284_textexpt_ {export collection}
285
286_textcollectorblurb_ {
287<i>The pen is mightier than the sword!
288<br>Building and distributing information collections carries responsibilities
289that you may want to reflect on before you begin.
290There are legal issues of copyright: being able to access documents doesn't
291mean you can necessarily give them to others.
292There are social issues: collections should respect the customs of the
293community out of which the documents arise.
294And there are ethical issues: some things simply should not be made
295available to others.
296<br>Be sensitive to the power of information and use it wisely.
297</i>
298}
299
300_textcb1_ {
301The Collector helps you to create new collections, modify or add to
302existing ones, or delete collections. To do this you will be guided through a
303sequence of Web pages which request the information that is needed.
304}
305
306_textcb2_ {First, you must decide whether to}
307_textcnc_ {create a new collection}
308_textwec_ {work with an existing one, adding data to it or deleting it.}
309
310_textcb3_ {
311In order to build or modify digital library collections you must sign in.
312This is to protect you from others logging in to your computer and altering
313the information on it. Note: for security reasons you will be
314automatically logged out once a 30 minute period has elapsed since you
315logged in. If this happens, don't worry! -- you will be invited to log in
316again and can continue from where you left off.
317}
318
319_textcb4_ {
320Please enter your Greenstone username and password, and click the button to
321sign in.
322}
323
324_textfsc_ {
325First select the collection that you want to work with (write protected
326collections won't appear in this list).
327}
328
329_textwtc_ {With the collection you have selected, you can}
330_textamd_ {Add more data and rebuild the collection}
331_textetc_ {Edit the collection configuration file and rebuild the collection}
332_textdtc_ {Delete the collection entirely}
333_textetcfcd_ {Export the collection for writing to a self-installing Windows CD-ROM}
334_textcaec_ {Changing an existing collection}
335_textnwec_ {No write-enabled collections are available for modifying}
336_textcianc_ {Creating a new collection}
337_texttsosn_ {The sequence of steps needed to create a new digital library collection is:}
338_textsin_ {Specify its name (and associated information)}
339_textswts_ {Specify where the source data comes from}
340_textatco_ {Adjust the configuration options (advanced users only)}
341_textbtc_ {"Build" the collection (see below)}
342_textpvyh_ {Proudly view your handiwork.}
343
344_texttfsiw_ {
345The fourth step is where the computer does all the work. In the "building"
346process the computer makes all the indexes and gathers together any other
347information that is required to make things work. But first you have to
348specify the information.
349}
350
351_textadab_ {
352A diagram appears below that will help you keep track of where you are.
353The green button is the one that you click to carry on in the sequence. As
354you go through the sequence, the buttons will change to yellow. You can
355return to a previous page by clicking on the corresponding yellow button in
356the diagram.
357}
358
359_textwyar_ {
360When you are ready, click the green "collection information" button to
361begin creating your new digital library collection!
362}
363
364_textcnmbs_ {Collection name must be specified}
365_texteambs_ {Email address must be specified}
366_textpsea_ {Please specify email address in the form: usename@domain}
367_textdocmbs_ {Description of collection must be specified}
368
369_textwcanc_ {
370When creating a new collection you need to enter some preliminary
371information about the source data. This process is structured as a series
372of Web pages, overseen by The Collector. The bar at the bottom of the page
373shows you the sequence of pages to be completed.
374}
375
376_texttfc_ {Title for collection:}
377
378_texttctiasp_ {
379The collection title is a short phrase used throughout the digital library
380to identify the content of the collection. Example titles include
381"Computer Science Technical Reports" and "Humanity Development Library."
382}
383
384_textcea_ {Contact email address:}
385
386_textteas_ {
387This email address specifies the first point of contact for the collection.
388If the Greenstone software detects a problem, a diagnostic report is sent
389to this address. Enter an email address in its full form:
390<tt>name@domain</tt>.
391}
392
393_textatc_ {About this collection:}
394
395_texttiasd_ {
396This is a statement describing the principles governing what is included in
397the collection. It appears on the first page when the collection is
398presented.
399}
400
401_textypits_ {
402Your position in the sequence is indicated by an arrow underneath--in this
403case, the "collection information" stage. To proceed, click the green
404"source data" button.
405}
406
407_srcebadsources_ {
408<p>One or more of the input sources you specified is unavailable (marked
409_iconcross_ below).
410
411<p>This might be because
412<ul>
413<li>The file, FTP site or URL does not exist.
414<li>You need to dial up your ISP first.
415<li>You are trying to access a URL from behind a firewall (this is the case
416if you normally have to present a username and password to access the
417internet).
418</ul>
419
420<p>If this is a URL that you can see in your browser, it may be coming from
421a locally cached copy. Unfortunately, locally cached copies are invisible
422to our mirroring process. In this case we recommend that you download the
423pages using your browser first.
424}
425
426_textymbyco_ {
427<p>You may base your collection on either
428<ul>
429<li>The default structure
430<dl><dd>The new collection may contain html documents (.htm, .html), plain text
431documents (.txt, .text), MS Word documents (.doc), PDF documents (.pdf) or
432email documents (.email).</dd></dl>
433<li>An existing collection
434<dl><dd>The files in your new collection must be exactly the same type as those
435used to build the existing one.</dd></dl>
436</ul>
437}
438
439_textbtco_ {Base the collection on}
440_textand_ {Add new data}
441_textad_ {Adding data:}
442
443_texttftysb_ {
444The files that you specify below will be added to the collection. Make sure
445that you do not re-specify files that are already in the collection:
446otherwise two copies will be included. Files are identified by their full
447pathname, Web pages by their absolute Web address.
448}
449
450_textis_ {Input sources:}
451
452_textddd1_ {
453<p>If you use file:// or ftp:// to specify a file, that file will be
454downloaded.
455
456<p>If you use http:// it depends on whether the URL gives you a normal web
457page in your browser, or a list of files. If a page, that page will be
458downloaded -- and so will all pages it links to, and all pages they link
459to, etc. -- provided they reside on the same site, below the URL.
460
461<p>If you use file:// or ftp:// to specify a folder or directory, or give a
462http:// URL that leads to a list of files, everything in the folder and all
463its sub-folders will be included in the collection.
464
465<p>Click the "more sources" button to get more input boxes.
466}
467
468_textddd2_ {
469<p>Click one of the green buttons. If you are an advanced user you may want
470to adjust the collection configuration. Alternatively, go straight to the
471building stage. Remember, you can always revisit an earlier stage by
472clicking its yellow button.
473}
474
475_textconf1_ {
476<p>The building and presentation of your collection are controlled by
477specifications in a special "configuration file". Advanced users may want
478to alter the configuration settings.
479
480<center><p><b>If you are not an advanced user, just go to the bottom of the
481page.</b></center>
482
483<p>To alter the configuration settings, edit the data that appears below.
484If you make a mistake, click on "Reset" to reinstate the original
485configuration settings.
486}
487
488_textreset_ {Reset}
489
490_textbild1_ {
491The collection is now being built: this might take some time. The building
492status line below gives feedback on how the operation is progressing.
493}
494
495_textbild2_ {
496To stop the building process at any time, click here.
497<br>The collection you are working on will remain intact.
498}
499
500_textstopbuild_ {stop building}
501
502_textbild3_ {
503If you leave this page (and have not cancelled the building process with
504the "stop building" button) the collection will continue to build and will
505be installed upon successful completion.
506}
507
508_textbuildcancelled_ {Build cancelled}
509
510_textbildcancel1_ {
511The collection building process was cancelled. Use the yellow buttons below
512to make changes to your collection or restart the building process.
513}
514
515_textbsupdate1_ {Building status update in 1 second}
516_textbsupdate2_ {Building status update in}
517_textseconds_ {seconds}
518_textbildsuc_ {Collection built successfully.}
519
520_textviewbildsummary_ {
521You may <a href="_httppagex_(bsummary)&c=_cgiargbc1dirname_" target=_top>view the build
522summary</a> of this collection for further details.
523}
524
525_textfailmsg11_ {
526The collection could not be built as it contains no data. Make sure that at
527least one of the directories or files you specified on the <i>source
528data</i> page exists and is of a type or (in the case of a directory)
529contains files of a type, that Greenstone can process.
530}
531
532_textfailmsg21_ {The collection could not be built (import.pl failed).}
533_textblcont_ {The build log contains the following information:}
534
535_texttryagain_ {
536Please <a href="_httppagecollector_" target=_top>restart the collector</a>
537and try again.
538}
539
540_textfailmsg31_ {The collection could not be built (buildcol.pl failed).}
541_textfailmsg41_ {The collection was built successfully but could not be installed.}
542_textfailmsg71_ {An unexpected error occurred while attepting to build your collection}
543_textretcoll_ {Return to the collector}
544
545_textdelperm_ {
546Some or all of the _cgiargbc1dirname_ collection could not be
547deleted. Possible causes are:
548<ul>
549<li> Greenstone does not have permission to delete the _gsdlhome_/collect/_cgiargbc1dirname_
550directory.<br>
551You may need to remove this directory manually to complete the removal of the _cgiargbc1dirname_
552collection from this computer.
553</ul>
554}
555
556_textdelinv_ {
557The _cgiargbc1dirname_ collection is protected or invalid. Deletion was cancelled.
558}
559
560_textdelsuc_ {The _cgiargbc1dirname_ collection was successfully deleted.}
561
562_textclonefail_ {
563The _cgiargclonecol_ collection cound not be cloned. Possible causes are:
564<ul>
565<li> The _cgiargclonecol_ collection doesn't exist
566<li> The _cgiargclonecol_ collection has no collect.cfg configuration file
567<li> Greenstone does not have permission to read the collect.cfg configuration file
568}
569
570_textcolerr_ {Collector error.}
571
572_texttmpfail_ {
573The collector failed to read from or write to a temporary file or
574directory. Possible causes are:
575<ul>
576<li> Greenstone does not have read/write access to the _gsdlhome_/tmp
577 directory.
578</ul>
579}
580
581_textmkcolfail_ {
582The collector failed to create the directory structure required by the new
583collection (mkcol.pl failed). Possible causes are:
584<ul>
585<li> Greenstone does not have permission to write to the _gsdlhome_/tmp
586 directory.
587<li> mkcol.pl perl script errors.
588</ul>
589}
590
591_textnocontent_ {
592Collector error: no collection name was provided for the new collection. Try
593restarting the Collector from the beginning.
594}
595
596_textrestart_ {Restart the Collector}
597
598_textreloaderror_ {
599An error occurred while creating the new collection. This may have been due
600to Greenstone getting confused by the use of your browser's "reload" or
601"back" buttons (please try to avoid using these buttons while creating a
602collection with the Collector). It is recommended that you restart the
603Collector from the beginning.
604}
605
606_textexptsuc_ {
607The _cgiargbc1dirname_ collection was successfully exported to the
608_gsdlhome_/tmp/exported\__cgiargbc1dirname_ directory.
609}
610
611_textexptfail_ {
612<p>Failed to export the _cgiargbc1dirname_ collection.
613
614<p>This is likely to be because Greenstone was installed without the
615necessary components to support the "Export Collection" function.
616<ul>
617
618 <li>If you installed Greenstone from CD-ROM these components won't have
619 been installed if you chose the "Compact" installation
620 option. Please reinstall Greenstone using the "Typical"
621 installation option. Alternatively you may download and install the
622 additional components from the web (see below).
623
624 <li>If you installed Greenstone from a web distribution you will need to
625 download and install an additional package to enable this function. Please
626 visit <a href="http://www.greenstone.org">http://www.greenstone.org</a> or
627 email <a
628 href="mailto:greenstone@cs.waikato.ac.nz">greenstone@cs.waikato.ac.nz</a>
629 for further details.
630
631</ul>
632}
633
634#------------------------------------------------------------
635# icons
636#------------------------------------------------------------
637
638## "The collector" ## green_title ## h_colect ##
639_httpiconhcolect_ {_httpimg_/h\_colect.gif}
640
641## "collection information" ## collector_bar_button ## info ##
642_httpicongcinfoof_ {_httpimg_/gcinfoof.gif}
643_httpicongcinfoon_ {_httpimg_/gcinfoon.gif}
644_httpiconycinfoof_ {_httpimg_/ycinfoof.gif}
645_httpiconycinfoon_ {_httpimg_/ycinfoon.gif}
646_httpiconncinfoof_ {_httpimg_/ncinfoof.gif}
647
648## "source data" ## collector_bar_button ## srce ##
649_httpicongcsrceof_ {_httpimg_/gcsrceof.gif}
650_httpicongcsrceon_ {_httpimg_/gcsrceon.gif}
651_httpiconycsrceof_ {_httpimg_/ycsrceof.gif}
652_httpiconycsrceon_ {_httpimg_/ycsrceon.gif}
653_httpiconncsrceof_ {_httpimg_/ncsrceof.gif}
654
655## "configure collection" ## collector_bar_button ## conf ##
656_httpicongcconfof_ {_httpimg_/gcconfof.gif}
657_httpicongcconfon_ {_httpimg_/gcconfon.gif}
658_httpiconycconfof_ {_httpimg_/ycconfof.gif}
659_httpiconycconfon_ {_httpimg_/ycconfon.gif}
660_httpiconncconfof_ {_httpimg_/ncconfof.gif}
661
662## "build collection" ## collector_bar_button ## bild ##
663_httpicongcbildof_ {_httpimg_/gcbildof.gif}
664_httpicongcbildon_ {_httpimg_/gcbildon.gif}
665_httpiconycbildof_ {_httpimg_/ycbildof.gif}
666_httpiconycbildon_ {_httpimg_/ycbildon.gif}
667_httpiconncbildof_ {_httpimg_/ncbildof.gif}
668
669## "view collection" ## collector_bar_button ## view ##
670_httpicongcviewof_ {_httpimg_/gcviewof.gif}
671_httpicongcviewon_ {_httpimg_/gcviewon.gif}
672_httpiconycviewof_ {_httpimg_/ycviewof.gif}
673_httpiconycviewon_ {_httpimg_/ycviewon.gif}
674_httpiconncviewof_ {_httpimg_/ncviewof.gif}
675
676## "delete collection" ## collector_bar_button ## del ##
677_httpicongcdelof_ {_httpimg_/gcdelof.gif}
678_httpicongcdelon_ {_httpimg_/gcdelon.gif}
679
680## "export collection" ## collector_bar_button ## expt ##
681_httpicongcexptof_ {_httpimg_/gcexptof.gif}
682_httpicongcexpton_ {_httpimg_/gcexpton.gif}
683
684
685######################################################################
686# 'gsdl' page
687package gsdl
688######################################################################
689
690
691#------------------------------------------------------------
692# text macros
693#------------------------------------------------------------
694
695
696_textgreenstone1_ {
697Greenstone is a suite of software which has the ability to serve digital
698library collections and build new collections. It provides a new way of
699organizing information and publishing it on the Internet or on CD-ROM.
700Greenstone is produced by the New Zealand Digital Library Project at the
701University of Waikato, and distributed in cooperation with UNESCO and the
702Humanities Library Project. It is open-source software, available from
703<i>http://greenstone.org</i> under the terms of the GNU General Public
704License.
705}
706
707_textgreenstone2_ {
708The New Zealand Digital Library website (<a
709href="http://nzdl.org">http://nzdl.org</a>) contains numerous example
710collections, all created with the Greenstone software, which are publicly
711available for you to peruse. They exemplify various searching and browsing
712options, and include collections in Arabic, Chinese, French, Maori, and
713Spanish, as well as English. There are also some music collections.
714}
715
716_textgreenstone3_ {
717Greenstone runs on Windows and Unix. The distribution includes ready-to-use
718binaries for all versions of Windows, and for Linux. It also includes
719complete source code for the system, which can be compiled using Microsoft
720C++ or gcc. Greenstone works with associated software that is also freely
721available: the Apache Webserver and PERL. The user interface uses a Web
722browser: typically Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.
723}
724
725_textgreenstone4_ {
726Many document collections are distributed on CD-ROM using the Greenstone
727software. For example, the <i>Humanity Development Library</i> contains
7281,230 publications ranging from accounting to water sanitation. It runs on
729minimal computing facilities such as those typically found in developing
730countries. The information can be accessed by searching, browsing by
731subject, browsing by titles, browsing by organisation, browsing a list of
732how-tos, and by randomly viewing the book covers.
733}
734
735_textgreenstone5_ {
736Greenstone is specifically designed to be highly extensible and
737customisable. New document and metadata formats are accommodated by writing
738"plugins" (in Perl). Analogously, new metadata browsing structures can be
739implemented by writing "classifiers." The user interface look-and-feel can
740be altered using "macros" written in a simple macro language. A Corba
741protocol allows agents (e.g. in Java) to use all the facilities associated
742with document collections. Finally, the source code, in C++ and Perl, is
743available and accessible for modification.
744}
745
746_textthreedocs_ {There are three documents that explain the Greenstone system:}
747_textinstall_ {The Greenstone Digital Library Software Installer's Guide}
748_textuser_ {The Greenstone Digital Library Software User's Guide}
749_textdevelop_ {The Greenstone Digital Library Software Developer's Guide}
750
751_textmailinglist_ {
752There is a mailing list intended primarily for discussions about the
753Greenstone digital library software. Active users of Greenstone should
754consider joining the mailing list and contributing to the discussions. The
755mailing list is hosted by the Pathfinder Library System in beautiful Grand
756Junction, Colorado (John Campbell, john@colosys.net). To subscribe, send
757email to <a href="mailto:majordomo@colosys.net">majordomo@colosys.net</a>
758with the text <ul>subscribe greenstone </ul> (no subject, no name, nothing
759else). To send a message to the list, address it to <a
760href="mailto:greenstone@colosys.net">greenstone@colosys.net</a>.
761}
762
763_textreport_ {
764We want to ensure that this software works well for you. Please report any
765bugs to <a href="mailto:majordomo@colosys.net">greenstone@cs.waikato.ac.nz</a>
766}
767
768_textcredits_ {credits}
769
770_textwhoswho_ {
771The Greenstone software is a collaborative effort between many
772people. Rodger McNab and Stefan Boddie are the principal architects and
773implementors. Contributions have been made by David Bainbridge, George
774Buchanan, Hong Chen, Elke Duncker, Carl Gutwin, Geoff Holmes, John
775McPherson, Craig Nevill-Manning, Gordon Paynter, Bernhard Pfahringer, Todd
776Reed, Bill Rogers, and Stuart Yeates. Other members of the New Zealand
777Digital Library project provided advice and inspiration in the design of
778the system: Mark Apperley, Sally Jo Cunningham, Steve Jones, Te Taka
779Keegan, Michel Loots, Malika Mahoui and Lloyd Smith. We would also like to
780acknowledge all those who have contributed to the GNU-licensed packages
781included in this distribution: MG, GDBM, WGET, WVWARE, PDFTOHTML.
782}
783
784
785#------------------------------------------------------------
786# icons
787#------------------------------------------------------------
788
789
790## "about the greenstone software" ## green_bar_left_aligned ## abgsgr ##
791_httpiconabgsgr_ {_httpimg_/abgsgr.gif}
792_widthabgsgr_ {_pagewidth_}
793_heightabgsgr_ {17}
794
795
796######################################################################
797# 'users' page
798package userslistusers
799######################################################################
800
801
802#------------------------------------------------------------
803# text macros
804#------------------------------------------------------------
805
806_textlocu_ {List of current users}
807_textuser_ {user}
808_textas_ {account status}
809_textgroups_ {groups}
810_textcomment_ {comment}
811_textadduser_ {add a new user}
812_textedituser_ {edit}
813_textdeleteuser_ {delete}
814
815
816######################################################################
817# 'users' page
818package userseditusers
819######################################################################
820
821
822#------------------------------------------------------------
823# text macros
824#------------------------------------------------------------
825
826
827_textedituser_ {Edit user information}
828_textadduser_ {Add a new user}
829
830_textaboutusername_ {
831Usernames must be between 2 and 30 characters long. They can contain
832alphanumeric characters, '.', and '_'.
833}
834
835_textaboutpassword_ {
836Passwords must be between 3 and 8 characters long. They can contain any
837normal printable ASCII characters.
838}
839
840_textoldpass_ {If this field is blank the old password will be kept.}
841_textenabled_ {enabled}
842_textdisabled_ {disabled}
843
844_textaboutgroups_ {
845Groups is a comma separated list, do not put spaces after the commas.
846}
847
848
849######################################################################
850# 'users' page
851package usersdeleteuser
852######################################################################
853
854
855#------------------------------------------------------------
856# text macros
857#------------------------------------------------------------
858
859_textdeleteuser_ {Delete a user}
860_textremwarn_ {Do you really want to permanently remove user <b>_cgiargumun_</b>?}
861
862
863######################################################################
864# 'users' page
865package userschangepasswd
866######################################################################
867
868
869#------------------------------------------------------------
870# text macros
871#------------------------------------------------------------
872
873_textchangepw_ {Change password}
874_textoldpw_ {old password}
875_textnewpw_ {new password}
876_textretype_ {retype new password}
877
878
879######################################################################
880# 'users' page
881package userschangepasswdok
882######################################################################
883
884
885#------------------------------------------------------------
886# text macros
887#------------------------------------------------------------
888
889_textsuccess_ {Your password was successfully changed.}
890
891
892######################################################################
893# 'users' page
894package users
895######################################################################
896
897
898#------------------------------------------------------------
899# text macros
900#------------------------------------------------------------
901
902_textinvalidusername_ {The username is invalid.}
903_textinvalidpassword_ {The password is invalid.}
904_textemptypassword_ {Please enter an initial password for this user.}
905_textuserexists_ {This user already exists, please enter another username.}
906
907_textusernameempty_ {Please enter your username.}
908_textpasswordempty_ {You must enter your old password.}
909_textnewpass1empty_ {Enter your new password and then retype it.}
910_textnewpassmismatch_ {The two versions of your new password did not match.}
911_textnewinvalidpassword_ {You entered an invalid password.}
912_textfailed_ {Either your username or password was incorrect.}
913
914
915######################################################################
916# 'status' pages
917package status
918######################################################################
919
920
921#------------------------------------------------------------
922# text macros
923#------------------------------------------------------------
924
925
926_textframebrowser_ {You must have a frame enabled browser to view this.}
927_textusermanage_ {User management}
928_textlistusers_ {list users}
929_textaddusers_ {add a new user}
930_textchangepasswd_ {change password}
931_textinfo_ {Technical information}
932_textgeneral_ {general}
933_textarguments_ {arguments}
934_textactions_ {actions}
935_textbrowsers_ {browsers}
936_textprotocols_ {protocols}
937_textconfigfiles_ {Configuration files}
938_textlogs_ {Logs}
939_textusagelog_ {usage log}
940_textinitlog_ {init log}
941_texterrorlog_ {error log}
942_textadminhome_ {admin home}
943_textreturnhome_ {Greenstone home}
944_titlewelcome_ { Administration }
945_textmaas_ {Maintenance and administration services available include:}
946_textvol_ {view on-line logs}
947_textcmuc_ {create, maintain and update collections}
948_textati_ {access technical information such as CGI arguments}
949
950_texttsaa_ {
951These services are accessed using the side navigation bar on the lefthand
952side of the page.
953}
954
955_textcolstat_ {Collection Status}
956
957_textcwoa_ {
958Collections will only appear as &quot;running&quot; if their build.cfg
959files exist, are readable, contain a valid builddate field (i.e. > 0),
960and are in the collection's index directory (i.e. NOT the building
961directory).
962}
963
964_textcafi_ {click <i>abbrev.</i> for information on a collection}
965_textcctv_ {click <i>collection</i> to view a collection}
966_textsubc_ {Submit Changes}
967_texteom_ {Error opening main.cfg}
968_textftum_ {Failed to update main.cfg}
969_textmus_ {main.cfg updated successfully}
970
971
972######################################################################
973# 'bsummary' pages
974package bsummary
975######################################################################
976
977
978#------------------------------------------------------------
979# text macros
980#------------------------------------------------------------
981
982_textbsummary_ {Build summary for _collectionname_ collection}
983_textflog_ {Fail log for _collectionname_ collection}
984
985
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