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Re: Library Standards and URIs

From: Jim Conklin <conklin@info.cren.net>
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 1995 12:42:12 -0500
Message-Id: <199501041742.MAA12125@info.cren.net>
To: "Ronald E. Daniel" <rdaniel@acl.lanl.gov>, terry@ora.com
Cc: uri@bunyip.com
At 10:03 AM 1/2/95 -0700, Ronald E. Daniel wrote:
> ...
>The review attribute may be something that members of the group just
>have to agree to disagree upon. ...

Does it make any sense to consider including "ratings" (i.e., a _short_
synopsys of a review or other val;ue judgement) and referencing longer
reviews (i.e., real documents) through appropriate use of URLs rather than
including what could be real documents in a URC?

>As for Author, I was thinking that we would adopt the AACR2 rules of
>listing an author's name in the form that it normally appears in sorted
>lists of names for the author's culture. ...

In terms of human readability and understandability, it seems to me to be
desirable to use this approach rather than the SORTNAME-element approach,
at least if real people are going to be looking at URCs without the benefit
of a client (as I suspect will happen a lot).

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