[tdwg-tapir] tapir clients?
John R. WIECZOREK
tuco at berkeley.edu
Wed Feb 28 02:41:31 CET 2007
There are also some test databases mapped to the new Darwin Core,
Geospatial, and Curatorial extensions here:
http://184.108.40.206/tapir/tapir.php/MVZDwC (big ~700,000 records)
http://220.127.116.11/tapir/tapir.php/NMMNHMammalsDwC (small 5067 records)
Please don't hurt them badly, they are real providers.
2007/2/27, Renato De Giovanni <renato at cria.org.br>:
> Hi Dave,
> There was a hidden page about TAPIR software somewhere in the wiki. I've
> just included a link to it in the front page, but you won't find any news
> there - those are the two provider implementations that we have so far.
> We are also looking for client software (we need more hands!). Some people
> demonstrated special interest for developing a TAPIR harvester during the
> last workshop, so there may be some news in this area soon. I also
> suggested the DiGIR project at sourceforge as a collaborative environment
> for new developments, since most people are already registered there.
> If you're just looking for a quick way of interacting with providers, both
> PyWrapper and TapirLink come with a simple query interface. In TapirLink
> it's the tapir_client.php inside www. There's a test instance here:
> Best regards,
> > Hi Tapirologists,
> > There's the PyWrapper and TapirLink for the server side of the
> > protocol, but I was wondering if:
> > a) there's other server implementations
> > and
> > b) what client implementations are out there
> > It might be worthwhile starting a "Software" page on the wiki to
> > provide pointers to the various projects implementing TAPIR.
> > cheers,
> > Dave V.
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