Commit ff7397f8 authored by Philip Schildkamp's avatar Philip Schildkamp

Add version tag to servicetemplates, fix inconsistencies

parent 1b7289a7
......@@ -18,6 +18,7 @@ fn_connect() {
echo "DBMSPort=$DBMSPort"
echo "DBUser=$DBUser"
echo "DBPassword=$DBPassword"
echo "DBName=$DBName"
;;
"Elasticsearch")
echo "VMIP=$VMIP"
......
......@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
<displayName>AutoPost</displayName>
<authors>Data Center for the Humanities Cologne</authors>
<description>AutoPost is a free and easy-to-use webapplication to ease the scheduled publication of posts on Facebook pages. AutoPost is loosely inspired by autoChirp, a application providing the same service as AutoPost, but for Twitter.</description>
<version>1.0</version>
<iconUrl>icon.jpg</iconUrl>
<imageUrl>image.jpg</imageUrl>
</Application>
......@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
<displayName>Digital Romansch Chrestomathy</displayName>
<authors>Data Center for the Humanities Cologne</authors>
<description>The Romansch Chrestomathy (RC), originally compiled bezween 1891 and 1919 by Caspar Decurtins, is the most important collection of texts in the Romansch language. The RC is now available in high quality full text digital form (Digital Romansch Chrestomathy, DRC), and therefore fully searchable and machine-readable. </description>
<version>1.0</version>
<iconUrl>icon.jpg</iconUrl>
<imageUrl>image.jpg</imageUrl>
</Application>
......@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
<displayName>Early Cinema Database</displayName>
<authors>Data Center for the Humanities Cologne</authors>
<description>The German Early Cinema Databases contain data related to film supply, distribution, exhibition and reception in Germany between 1895 and 1926. Please note that only very few of these films are extant, and that we do not have copies of the films themselves. For information on extant copies, please consult the FIAF database and the archives of the FIAF members.</description>
<version>1.0</version>
<iconUrl>icon.jpg</iconUrl>
<imageUrl>image.jpg</imageUrl>
</Application>
......@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@
<version>1.0</version>
<authors>Data Center for the Humanities Cologne</authors>
<description>The project aims at gathering comprehensive information about music related competitions from 1766 to 1870. It concentrates on a source type that allows a survey over musical competitions as broad as possible: music periodicals.</description>
<version>1.0</version>
<iconUrl>icon.jpg</iconUrl>
<imageUrl>image.jpg</imageUrl>
</Application>
......@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
<displayName>TiwoliJ</displayName>
<authors>Data Center for the Humanities Cologne</authors>
<description>tiwoli - Today in world literature - tells you what's happening in world literature today, tomorrow or on every other day. The quotes for a day are from world literature where the respective date occurs. World literature includes works by Balzac, Verne, Fontane, Dostojewski, Goethe and many more, and there are quotes in English, German, and Spanish.</description>
<version>1.0</version>
<iconUrl>icon.jpg</iconUrl>
<imageUrl>image.jpg</imageUrl>
</Application>
......@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
<displayName>VedaWeb</displayName>
<authors>Data Center for the Humanities Cologne</authors>
<description>This DFG-funded project provides a web-based, open-access platform in order to facilitate linguistic research on old indic texts. The text corpus is made available in a digitally accessible as well as morphologically and metrically annotated form, searchable for lexicographic and corpus-linguistic criteria. VedaWeb is part of the Cologne South Asian Languages and Texts (C-SALT).</description>
<version>1.0</version>
<iconUrl>icon.jpg</iconUrl>
<imageUrl>image.jpg</imageUrl>
</Application>
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