Thursday, May 16, 2002
The articles include:
A Metadata Registry for the Semantic Web
Rachel Heery, UKOLN, and Harry Wagner, OCLC / Dublin Core Metadata Initiative
Meta-Design of a Community Digital Library
Michael Wright and Mary Marlino, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; and Tamara Sumner, University of Colorado at Boulder
Levels of Service for Digital Repositories
William G. LeFurgy, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights: A Digital Library Context
Robert Sullivan, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Wednesday, May 15, 2002
The primary goal of this revision has been to make available a new and corrected version of the TEI Guidelines which:
is expressed in XML and conforms to a TEI-conformant XML DTD;
generates a set of DTD fragments that can be combined together to form either SGML or XML document type definitions;
corrects blatant errors, typographical mishaps, and other egregious editorial oversights;
can be processed and maintained using readily available XML tools instead of the special-purpose ad hoc software originally used for TEI P3.
A second major design goal of this revision has been to ensure that the DTD fragments generated would not break existing documents: in other words, that any document conforming to the original TEI P3 SGML DTD would also conform to the new XML version of it. Although full backwards compatibility cannot be guaranteed, we believe our implementation is consistent with that goal.
Tuesday, May 14, 2002
To expedite your order, please read all of the explanatory information carefully and fill out the order form as completely as possible. If the information that accompanies the order form as well as the product information is not sufficient to answer your questions, email your inquiries to email@example.com.
We appreciate your ongoing interest in Class Web and look forward to having it ready for access on June 1, 2002.
Cheryl C. Cook
Cataloging Distribution Service"
Proposal no. 2002-11: Repertoire Expansion in the Universal Character Set for Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics.
Monday, May 13, 2002
The Library of Congress Subject Headings/DDC page is a "list of LC subject headings is selected from recent Weekly Lists accompanied by candidate DDC numbers from Edition 21. The purpose of the list is to provide classifier assistance for topics of recent interest not mentioned explicitly in Edition 21. The DDC numbers listed are not exhaustive, and the schedules and tables should be consulted before applying a number from this list."
The New and Changed Entries page provides PDF and Word versions of those entries. I have set a TrackEngine on the LCSH/DDC page to get the page e-mailed to me whenever it changes.
I've added the ability to make comments to the postings. Let me know if it is not working for you.
The following papers are now available:
Discussion Paper No. 2002-6R: Changes in Field 008 in the MARC 21 Holdings Format
Proposal No. 2002-10: Defining URI Subfields in Field 506 (Restrictions on Access Note) and Field 540 (Terms Governing Use and Reproduction Note) in the MARC 21 Bibliographic Format
Proposal No. 2001-10R: Definition of Additional Codes in Field 007/10 (Type of Material) for Sound Recordings in the MARC 21 Bibliographic and Holdings Formats
Other papers will be posted next week.