On Feb 18, 2016, at 9:03 PM, Simon Spero <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> How might I go about creating/writing BIBFRAME data?
> Do you have a specific use case or tasking?
> If not, just dump the data as marc xml (or dump as marc binary and use yaz), use the example transformer, and check the box.
Use case? Hmm… Okay. Say I’m a library who is convinced that BIBFRAME is the way to go. How might I get from where I am with my MARC/AACR2 data to a discovery system rooted in a triple store and “kewl” SPARQL front-end?
Maybe I could put my question a different way. Of the folks who have created sample implementations, what was the process used?  Actually, I can (sort of) answer my own question by reading the implementation descriptions. That said, I believe the process to create and maintain new triples for new content is/will be a difficult one.
 sample implementations - https://www.loc.gov/bibframe/implementation/register.html
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