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RE: NORZIG proposed new bib-1 Use attributes

From: Liv Aasa Holm <Liv.A.Holm@jbi.hio.no>
Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2003 13:11:23 +0100
To: "Jonathan Rowell" <bigrat18@hotmail.com>
Cc: www-zig <www-zig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <3E79AFED@p48-r508-06736>

Yes.  We have, in addition to the set of proposed terms to ZIG, made a list 
of specific Norwegian USE values.  We have started to use values from 8001 
for these.  But the proposed values are not particularly "Norwegian" that is 
why we have sent this list to ZIG.


===== Original Message from "Jonathan Rowell" <bigrat18@hotmail.com> at 
20.03.03 12:30
>Hi Liv!
>The message from Sebastian Hammar :-
>In DanZIG, we're also not using the attribute set architecture specifically.
>However, we did choose to create a new attribute set (Dan-1) for attributes
>of specific national relevance, rather than moving everything into Bib-1.
>This was based on the observation that pretty much all targets on the Danish
>market were capable of supporting multiple attribute sets when pushed.
>Can you say something about your thoughts in this regard?
>This would also interest me, since I have to point my Zoom client at NoMarc,
>DanMarc, UniMarc and MAB servers. Also can one have access to your data for
>testing purposes?
>BiBer GmbH
>>From: Liv Aasa Holm <Liv.A.Holm@jbi.hio.no>
>>To: "barbara.shuh" <barbara.shuh@nlc-bnc.ca>, Mike Taylor
>>CC: www-zig <www-zig@w3.org>
>>Subject: RE: NORZIG proposed new bib-1 Use attributes
>>Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2003 09:55:27 +0100
>>We (NORZIG) are definitely on the list and we have worked in this area for
>>more than 20 years now (network protocol area).  All our systems do have
>>z39.50 modules and some have had implementations for 10-15 years.  And,
>>we do use bib-1, we have no imediate plans of switching to bib-2, AND we
>>need the extra USE values proposed.
>>Liv A. Holm
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Liv A. Holm
associate professor
Oslo University college
faculty of journalism, library and information science
tel. +47-22-45-27-77
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