The University of Innsbruck develops a digital library based an METS for the
projects austrian literature online and METAe. We also use METS as SIP and
DIP packages. A preview of the system is available at
(german only, english version follows). We are happy to share our experience
and our source code with everyone interested


Von: Oldroyd, Bill
An: [log in to unmask]
Gesendet: 5.3.2002 18:18
Betreff: Re: [METS] Application


The British Library is also considering METS for the BL's Digital
Store. The specific area of interest is in using METS as the format for
contents specification file of SIP and DIP packages, and also
the implications this will have for the Store's metadata database.

The Store is based on the OAIS model.

I would be quite happy to discuss the work to date.


-----Original Message-----
From: Laurent Duplouy [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 20 February 2002 16:24
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: [METS] Application


I'm in charge of production for the digital library of the French
I'm working on the opportunity to use METS for ours documents.
I'm looking for somebody apply or test this standard (other than for

Thanks you.

Laurent Duplouy

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