Fwd: Re: Announcing PrismEd (a configurable metadata editor)
h.rzepa at ic.ac.uk
Mon Sep 7 09:54:39 BST 1998
Apologies for cross posting, but this seems a useful tool!
>To: Andrew Waugh <Andrew.Waugh at cmis.CSIRO.AU>
>cc: meta2 at mrrl.lboro.ac.uk, Andrew.Waugh at cmis.CSIRO.AU
>Subject: Re: Announcing PrismEd (a configurable metadata editor)
>Date: Mon, 07 Sep 1998 10:10:27 +1000
>From: Andrew Waugh <Andrew.Waugh at cmis.CSIRO.AU>
>Sender: owner-meta2 at net.lut.ac.uk
>On Saturday I wrote...
>> Some of you may be interested in trying PrismEd. PrismEd is a
>> configurable metadata editor which will cope with structured metadata
>> values. Schema files are provided for Dublin Core (in French and
>> English), and ANZLIC. It produces RDF, and will read the RDF it produces
>> (but I don't claim that it can read arbitrary RDF!).
>> You can view the documentation for PrismEd at
>> If you have a reasonably modern web browser (with Java 1.1), you can
>> try PrismEd as an applet at
>> If you prefer, you can download the PrismEd class files and run it
>> locally using anonymous ftp:
>> I'd be very interested in bug reports, additional features that people
>> might be interested in, etc.
>Our system administrators just turned off anonymous ftp (account
>hackers :-(. To download the class files try the following URLs:
>with INTERNET EXPLORER (250K)
>with NETSCAPE (590K)
>(Due to unfortunate interactions between our http server and Netscape,
>the jar file doesn't download correctly. The TAR file can be extracted
>Sorry for the confusion!
Dr Henry Rzepa, Dept. Chemistry, Imperial College, LONDON SW7 2AY;
mailto:rzepa at ic.ac.uk; Tel (44) 171 594 5774; Fax: (44) 171 594 5804.
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