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> Could http://bibframe.org/demos/ please be updated to either remove the
> diversity claim or ...
-- For expediency's sake, I modified the description.  We anticipate adding more example sets in time.

Yours,
Kevin


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> From: Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum
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> Subject: [BIBFRAME] "A collection of Library of Congress MARC records
> representing the diversity of resources found at the Library"
> 
> At http://bibframe.org/demos/ there is a link said to be "A collection
> of Library of Congress MARC records representing the diversity of
> resources found at the Library".
> 
> Closer examination of the sample shows that all the resources appear to
> be physical resources. Examination of the Library of Congress website
> suggests if also holds a range of digital resources.
> 
> Could http://bibframe.org/demos/ please be updated to either remove the
> diversity claim or (preferably) with a more diverse sample. Ideally the
> more diverse sample would include (a) a digitised resource with a
> parallel physical resource (b) a born digital resource (c) a digital
> resource in a format with no equivalent physical format (an RDF data
> file; a global climate model dataset; etc).
> 
> If the Library of Congress doesn't generate MARC for such resources,
> I'm sure that members of the list can locate or generate suitable
> exemplars.
> 
> cheers
> stuart
> --
> Stuart Yeates
> Library Technology Services http://www.victoria.ac.nz/library/