Did you know that people will be talking about Linked Open Data in San Francisco this week at the International Linked Open Data in Libraries, Archives, and Museums Summit (“LOD-LAM”)?
This looks like a fascinating event with leaders in multidisciplinary metadata hashing out policies and pondering answers to questions like whether 25-50% adoption of OAI-MPH by member agencies is really enough to warrant the time and effort required for interoperability and sharing. Can this protocol be simplified to promote consistent use?
The article Beyond OAI-MPH by Richard J. Urban raises some thought provoking points and is the source of some fabulous related resources.
Want to learn more about W3’s Linking Open Data task forces and resources too? Try this site full of information.