[Clipart] Re: clipart Digest, Vol 31, Issue 38
johnny_automatic at mac.com
Wed Oct 25 06:49:30 PDT 2006
Oh God, look what I've gotten myself into. I'd have to be consistent
and organized instead of my usual chaotic self :-) I must say that
this site: Core Historical Literature of Agriculture http://
chla.mannlib.cornell.edu made the documentation easy as their
librarians did the work. it is also a great site to mine as there is
a pulldown menu for each scanned book with illustration pages noted!
A real time saver. I'll put a listing for it on the Wiki.
Regarding the old library images, when they are moved over to ccHost
will they be associated with their submitters. Can they be? I
became involved in this project between the last release and switch
over to ccHost, so much of my submissions are in that big unsorted
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> From: "ryan" <ryan at lennox.com.au>
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> I was just looking at johnnyautomatic's upload of the caterpillar
> that he
> had gotten from a book, converted into svg and uploaded into
> ccHost. Link:
> In the description he put: an illustration of a caterpillar from
> insects of the farm and garden Treat, Mary. Orange Judd Company,
> New York :
> That got me thinking, should we set down some basic guidelines -
> not polcies
> or procedures, guidelines for how to reference different types of
> that have been sourced from elsewhere? Is there a defined referencing
> standard that we should encourage people to use? Just a thought,
> because I
> feel it would be a good idea for people, if they want to, to be
> able to find
> the original document / image / publication if they wish.
> Just a thought.
> Ryan Lerch
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