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On 6/30/14, 8:13 AM, [log in to unmask] wrote:For me, this would have been point #1. There's a big difference between pulling something in for display only vs. data that you intend to use for search or some other decision-making. I suspect that this could be the reasoning behind the "common abstraction layer" in BIBFRAME, although I don't believe I've seen it explained in that way. In fact, the motivation behind the CAL is still a bit of a mystery to me -- the documentation explains what it is, but not why. I'd very much like to hear the why from anyone who feels they understand it.
There's another, more technical point here. It's one of the reasons it's not really feasible to maintain a "stateless catalog", at least not right now, if we want to fulfill the expectations of discovery held by most library users. We can effectively load book images at the last minute because we don't search them, and we don't integrate that data (the images) within a set of search results.
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