> No I think there's an easier solution short of distinguishing data from
> metadata. It is reasonable to distinguish descriptive metadata from other
> metadata (administrative, technical, structural; and for simplicitly sake
> just call it all administrative+).
> We're really talking only about administrative+ metadata, aren't we?
> Descriptive metadata is irrelevant -- as far as srw is concerned, if it
> exists it's part of the content. I don't think it matters what the content
> of the record is, descriptive metadata, object, or both.
> So why not define an index set for administrative+ metadata -- "adm" ? And
Why not call it rec, version 1.1? ;)
I think a handfull is a huge underestimate, but sure.
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