This is similar to my reply to Nate's question about how to deal with
non-URI identifiers: that BIBFRAME could mint URIs for those
identifiers. The identifiers would clearly be marked as having been
minted as part of BIBFRAME (coming under an loc.gov or bibframe.org DNS,
as you suggest). This way no one has to deal with non-standard
identifier forms, and LC has control over its own data environment.
On 8/3/13 9:33 AM, [log in to unmask] wrote:
> For maintaining Bibframe's independence, I'd suggest using ISBN URIs
> under http://bibframe.org, such as http://bibframe.org/isbn13/... ,
> http://bibframe.org/isbn10/... etc.
> This would also solve the challenge that publisher's notion of ISBNs
> regarding the current status of their world wide book supply chains
> are not necessarily the same as in Bibframe based catalogs, which are
> out of publisher's responsibilities.
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