> I was planning on grabbing a MARC dataset using MarcEdit's Z39.50
-- The input is MARC/XML, so our SRU/CQL service point might be
On 12/08/2012 06:49 PM, Christine Schwartz wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> It sounds like my use fits the acceptable category, since I'm using it
> for research, non-profit, etc. So, I think I'll work with MarkLogic as
> that's what I'm familiar with (it's our platform for digital collections
> at work).
> I was planning on grabbing a MARC dataset using MarcEdit's Z39.50 feature.
> I'll let you know how it goes!
> On Sat, Dec 8, 2012 at 6:17 PM, Kevin Ford <[log in to unmask]
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
> Dear Christine,
> > there is a restriction that these [ML Licenses] cannot be used
> for government
> > projects. Would BIBFRAME fit in that category?
> -- I'm no lawyer, but I believe the license pertains to how you will
> use MarkLogic. *Our* direct work with MarkLogic is for a
> "government project," but your use of it would not be, I imagine.
> You would be using MarkLogic for personal, non-profit, or academic
> use, even though you might be using the BIBFRAME code. The XQuery
> code, originating from the Library of Congress, is public domain.
> I've never tried BaseX. The modules in the "modules/" directory
> should run under BaseX, but you would likely need a specific baseX
> starter file, such as the ones we created for ML, Zorba, and Saxon.