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[lodlam] Kevin Ford on the state of BIBFRAME

Kevin Ford who is a principle member of the team behind the Library of Congress’ BIBFRAME effort — a modern replacement for the aging MARC standard — gives an update on its status, and addresses a controversy about whether it’s “webby” enough. (I liveblogged a session about this at LODLAM.)

3 Responses to “[lodlam] Kevin Ford on the state of BIBFRAME”

  1. Can the start arrow be repositioned in videos? I always find it disturbing when it is over the mouth. Is that just me?

  2. Nope, you can’t reposition the arrow. But Youtube lets you pick from three different frames it chooses using some algorithm or other. I never ever considered the arrow-over-mouth issue! I never noticed before, and now it’s going to bother me forever. So, thanks for that, bro.

  3. Just another thing to share.

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