Re: updating data

From: MacKenzie Smith <kenzie_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 07:58:23 -0400

I haven't tested it yet, but in the case where you can update specific
exhibits via citeline (i.e. with zotz now, and eventually with other
upload methods) then presumably you could update the relevant exhibit
with the new data and the old exhibit would still work. If citeline
assigns a new url each time, we can probably change that behavior.
> So, suppose someone uses citeline and makes themselves a nice exhibit
> which they then download to edit further (customizing beyond what
> citeline allows) and serve off their own web server. The page still
> points back to the data on citeline. Is there a way for them to update
> that data? ie, to upload a new bibtex file that will get converted and
> served off the _same_ citeline jsonp URL so that the authors home-site
> exhibit presents the new data?
> eg, they could have a way to refer to a few different "collections", and
> upload a file to replace a given collection.
Received on Fri Sep 26 2008 - 07:58:23 EDT

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