On 06/03/2015 15.42, Martynas Jusevičius wrote:
> There is MARCXML, which can be used as a transitional format and > transformed using XSLT into RDF/XML. Once in RDF, data can be > transformed using SPARQL CONSTRUCT. That has been discussed before. >
> I want to underline one point: it is the transition to RDF that > matters, and not to BIBFRAME or any other specific vocabulary. You > don’t have to wait for some consolidated one-size-fits-all solution, > you can use RDF and enjoy its advantages already now, and mix > vocabularies as you see fit. It should be an agile development, not a > waterfall model.
> So, what are the real problems? Libraries, just get the Linked Data > out there!:)
Thanks for putting it so much better than I have managed to do. Libraries could have been doing this for a long time now and learned a lot from how everybody used/didn’t use/transformed our data.
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