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Bibframe2Schema.org Community Group

The objective of the community group is: to facilitate a consensually agreed route for the conversion and/or mapping of bibliographic data into Schema.org; building on the development, initiated by the Library of Congress, of the BIBFRAME 2.0 Linked Data vocabulary; utilising the specifications of BIBFRAME 2.0 as a stable base to develop upon. The initial objectives of the community are: 1. The creation of a reference metadata mapping from BIBFRAME 2.0 to Schema.org. 2. To facilitate agreed development and open sharing of reference software implementation(s) to: Enrich BIBFRAME data with Schema.org Terms and/or Create Schema.org terms from BIBFRAME 2.0 data.

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Call for Participation in Bibframe2Schema.org Community Group

The Bibframe2Schema.org Community Group has been launched:


The objective of the community group is: to facilitate a consensually agreed route for the conversion and/or mapping of bibliographic data into Schema.org; building on the development, initiated by the Library of Congress, of the BIBFRAME 2.0 Linked Data vocabulary; utilising the specifications of BIBFRAME 2.0 as a stable base to develop upon.

The initial objectives of the community are:
1. The creation of a reference metadata mapping from BIBFRAME 2.0 to Schema.org.
2. To facilitate agreed development and open sharing of reference software implementation(s) to:
Enrich BIBFRAME data with Schema.org Terms and/or
Create Schema.org terms from BIBFRAME 2.0 data.


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This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2018-12-03 by Richard Wallis. The following people supported its creation: Richard Wallis, Stephan Schindehette, Lars G. Svensson, Mikl√≥s Hubay, Ivan Herman. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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