Southeast Asian Anarchist Librarian
Special metadata on the SEA Anarchist Library
Before reading this, be sure to familiarize yourself with AMUSE Wiki markup. You can find the complete manual at the
AMUSE Wiki website.
The Southeast Asian Anarchist Library (
sea.theanarchistlibrary.org) uses additional metadata unique to it that isn't used on TAL.
#lang #language #publication
Among these field, only
#lang is automatically applied and as of January 2021 the
#lang dropdown menu only supports English and Bahasa Indonesia.
Do take due diligence to correct these fields for the SEA Anarchist Library. All these metadata ought be placed at the header of each text.
So if you see:
#title The Title #LISTtitle Title #author Author #SORTauthors Main Author, Preface author, etc author #date January 2021 #uid Title for translation purposes #SORTtopics topic, topic 2 #lang en #pubdate 2021-01-11T06:15:27
#publication to this header:
#title The Title #LISTtitle Title #author Author #SORTauthors Main Author, Preface author, etc author #date January 2021 #uid Title for translation purposes #SORTtopics topic, topic 2 #lang en #pubdate 2021-01-11T06:15:27 #language English #publication A Publication
Next we will discuss
#lang specifies language and this category governs the language tabs.
However, support for all languages is still being worked on. So as of January 2021, the only tabs that show up are English and Bahasa Indonesia. In the meantime, you can manually change the language of the text in the edit screen. Normally the language field is
You can manually change
#lang en to any of the following language codes:
For example, Tagalog texts are tagged as:
This will activate a
[tl] tag beside the text on the index.
The SEA Anarchist Library uses two language fields,
#lang governs the language tabs,
#language governs the language categories at
This system is a workaround as the the language tab system itself does not have a method for browsing by language. By creating a new category,
#language allows readers to browse the SEA library by language just as they would by topic.
This unfortunately does mean that we have to specify the language of the text twice in the metadata both in
What ought we put in
#language? Write out the full name of the language in the field. Currently existing categories are as follows:
So if your text is in Bahasa Indonesia, affix the following metadata:
#lang id #language Bahasa Indonesia
Finally, the SEA Anarchist Library has a special metadata field
#publication. The SEA Anarchist Library is meant to be an archive to mirror the literature of anarchist publications from Southeast Asia. This field allows us to specify where the text came from and allows readers to browse text by publication. This metadata
#publication governs the publication categories at
To activate this metadata field, simply specify the publication in the field like so:
And it will show up where you can browse by publication.
#uid connects translations to one another. Any text with the same
#uid will be linked to one another at the bottom of the page.
You can use it as such:
#uid Any string of words