Launch Conference Call

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The initial launch conference call took place on Tuesday 25th September 2012 hosted on WebEx by Richard Wallis.

The agenda was as follows:

  • 2m Introduction - Richard Wallis, OCLC
  • 5m Motivation for creating Group - Richard Wallis, OCLC
  • 5m Schema.org needs for describing bibliographic resources - Antoine Isaac, Europeana
  • 5m Experience in applying schema.org to bib data - Jeff Young, OCLC
  • 30m Discussion - All
  • 10m Summary & next steps - Richard Wallis


Call Recording

To view a recording of the approx 1 hour call: Click Here
Note: will play using a WebEx browser plugin


Slides Used in Call


Actions From Call

  • Publish recording of call (if no objections received) - Richard Wallis
  • Add scoping statements/suggestions to Wiki (Scope) - All
  • Use cases to Wiki (Use Cases) - All


Chat transcript from Call

From keri to Everyone (04:36:27 PM):
Do we want to focus so tightly on container /carrier at this time - instead of having a place for these values to be stored? (Suzanne not Keri)

From keri to Everyone (04:45:31 PM):
+1 for keeping it simple and use cases

From Owen Stephens to Everyone (04:45:51 PM):
+1 to those also

From Jon Phipps to Everyone (04:46:26 PM):
+1 for keeping it simple and use cases

From Owen Stephens to Everyone (04:47:00 PM):
Think it is too early to agree these areas for discussion. Would prefer to see use cases first I think

From Owen Stephens to Everyone (04:47:28 PM):
e.g. lots of identifiers we could add, but without focus on outcome hard to know which ones to prioritise

From keri to Everyone (04:48:47 PM):
yes, start with use cases and use them to drive scoping of discussion before we get too "library" up in here.

From Jon Phipps to Everyone (04:49:27 PM):
Hard to know how to discuss any of this without determining scope based on at least a few use cases

From Jodi Schneider to Everyone (04:49:59 PM):
+1 to starting with use cases

From keri to Everyone (04:50:06 PM):
we dpm

From keri to Everyone (04:50:10 PM):
we dpm

From keri to Everyone (04:50:18 PM):
sorry... bad typing

From keri to Everyone (04:51:06 PM):
we don't need to take on too much - but a step to do the handshake to next thing being built by the library community in detail (<-- not keri - suzanne's poor typing)

From Owen Stephens to Everyone (04:51:08 PM):
Wonder about user stories like in s/w development. E.g. "I want to be able to find the nearest library with x item" which we can then break down into requirements

From keri to Everyone (04:52:23 PM):
can we also evaluate use cases to see if they are broader than the scope we want to solve.

From Jodi Schneider to Everyone (04:52:58 PM):
+1 to what Owen says re user stories

From Ross Singer to Everyone (04:53:22 PM):
+1 Antoine, I was thinking about that, as well

From Jodi Schneider to Everyone (04:53:28 PM):
http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/wiki/Use_Cases

From Antoine to Everyone (04:53:36 PM):
http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/XGR-lld-usecase/

From Jodi Schneider to Everyone (04:54:00 PM):
(Antoine's link is the report summarizing)

From Jon Phipps to Everyone (04:54:10 PM):
Agree with Antoine that a number of the lodlam use cases would be a good place to start. Lodlam spent a _lot_ of time on use cases.

From Jodi Schneider to Everyone (04:56:24 PM):
Functional requirements from ecommerce would be great. Do we have anybody from a used book ecommerce site?