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Discussion for Thursday

From: Karen Coyle <kcoyle@kcoyle.net>
Date: Wed, 04 May 2011 10:23:46 -0700
Message-ID: <20110504102346.237447qpcmwnq9wi@kcoyle.net>
To: "public-xg-lld@w3.org" <public-xg-lld@w3.org>
The recommendations sub-group has developed a new outline that  
reorganizes the existing recommendations and adds one or two others.  
This is still a work in progress, of course, but we felt that this  
"action-oriented" organization is helping us focus on the  
recommendations as logical steps in a process. It also helped us  
reveal some gaps.

We would like to discuss this at the Thursday meeting and see what it  
evokes from the larger group, in particular are there missing  
recommendations, or ones that could be made more clear?

Links to the full text of the sections are available if those help you  
see the whole picture:

Talk to you tomorrow.

* Assess
   * Identify sets of data as possible candidates for exposure as LD -  
identify which parts of the data can be excerpted/extracted as LD (not  
always whole thing)
   * For each set of data, determine costs and benefits of exposing as LD
* Plan
   * Investigate migration paths
   * Foster a discussion about open data and rights
* Facilitate
   * Cultivate an ethos of innovation
   * Identify Linked Data literacy needed for different staff roles in  
the library
   * Include metadata design in library and information science education
* Design
   * Re-design name and subject authorities for linked data
   * Develop models of library data for the Semantic Web
   * Emphasize re-use and linking to integrate library data into the Web
* Prepare
   * Develop best practices and design patterns for LLD
   * Develop policies for RDF vocabulary namespaces
   * Create URIs for library resources
   * Identify tools that support the creation and use of LLD
* Collaborate
   * Collaborate with Semantic Web community to create or extend LD  
standards for library data
   * Work with the Semantic Web community to standardize the notion of  
a "named graph"
   * Contribute library experience and knowledge to the effort to  
create a standard for application profiles
* Curate
   * Apply library experience in curation and long-term preservation  
to the Semantic Web
   * Preserve Linked Data vocabularies
   * Manage and preserve Linked Data datasets

Karen Coyle
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