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Subject: RE: Meeting Thursday, February 19th at 2pm EST
I agree that the MODS and related MARC standards are an excellent set of metatags to look at in the context of legislative documents. We should all take a look and see if it can encompass meta data applicable to legis documents (which is not to say Dublin Core can do that either). This might lead to a blended standard (namespacing both in) or may be easy to XSLT for those who use one versus the other or going over to MODS completely.
MODS does seem to have a XSL to XSLT MODS into Dublin Core that may make use of either transparent to the adoption of any general standard.
I will into it more closely and the Dublin Core person on the next call can answer some of the questions related to it.
Thanks very much for bringing this standard into the mix. The Library of Congress has obviously done an excellent job of thinking and implementing of standards that should be taken advantage of.
From: Louis Drummond [mailto:LDRUMMOND@crs.loc.gov]
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Subject: Re: Meeting Thursday, February 19th at 2pm EST
We've been talking to some colleagues at the Library of Congress about some of these topics. Some of our standards experts are advising that we consider using MODS rather than Dublin Core. I haven't yet studied all the differences, but you can find information about MODS at http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/.
>>> "Daniel Bennett" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 02/10/04 03:00PM >>>
Legislative TC Phone Conference
Day/Date: Thursday, February 19, 2004
Time of call: 2:00pm EST
Conference Dial-in: 512-225-3050
Conference Guest Code: 84759#
To discuss the use of a version of Dublin Core as a standard for legislative documents. There have been some new ideas regarding discovery and catagories for meta tags in DC.
Also, there will be a survey of what various legislative bodies are doing in XML. All information will be posted to the TC website. Please forward any contact info for states and other bodies to me.
Co-chair of Legislative TC