On Fri, 14 Jan 2005, Ray Denenberg, Library of Congress wrote:
> From: "Mike Taylor" <[log in to unmask]>
>> So -- issues other than that. Some of the new indexes you introduce
>> are arguably applicable to a broader context than GILS: for example,
>> "audience" is a useful cross-domain index that should perhaps have
>> been included in DC. Maybe we should have a CQL context set that
>> contains such indexes?
> I've always advocated this and would like to start one right now.
> We have one candidate index: audience. Please suggest others.
looking at the extended dc access points (or whatever they call them)
rather than the simple ones is probably a good place to start.
> And a name for this: That's been the problem before, Utility and Cross
> Domain don't work because they each have alternative connotations. How about
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