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Steven, I'm not sure what you mean. http://bifbra.me is a separate 
vocabulary from http://bibframe.org. Is that it?

kc

On 4/24/15 9:19 AM, Steven Folsom wrote:
> Karen,
>
> Thanks for the viewers, very helpful. It confirms though that there is 
> no mention of BIBFRAME in bibfra.me <http://bibfra.me>.
>
> -Steven
>
> Forgive any typos, sent while on the run.
>
> On Apr 24, 2015, at 12:06 PM, Karen Coyle <[log in to unmask] 
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>
>> Everyone will have their own favorite RDFa viewers. I generally used 
>> the Structured Data Linter. Here's a link to example output:
>>
>> http://linter.structured-data.org/?url=http:%2F%2Fwww.worldcat.org%2Foclc%2F527725
>>
>> At http://linter.structured-data.org/ you input the URL of the item 
>> you want to see displayed.
>>
>> kc
>>
>> On 4/24/15 3:50 AM, Steven Folsom wrote:
>>> Tim and Tom,
>>>
>>> As an alumni of the Zepheira BIBFRAME training, I've been meaning to 
>>> ask similar questions. I have less concern with the use of multiple 
>>> vocabularies than I do with not being able to confirm that a bf:Work 
>>> is the same as a bibfra.me:Work.  Because we've been taught that the 
>>> URIs are what identify things (including classes and properties)... 
>>> without seeing the OWL/RDFS for equivalent class/property assertions 
>>> we can't make any machine interpretable (honestly, human 
>>> interpretable) understanding of the relationships between bibfra.me 
>>> <http://bibfra.me> and BIBFRAME. If bibfra.me <http://bibfra.me> 
>>> made equivalent class assertions with BIBFRAME (similar to FOAF 
>>> making equivalent class assertions with schema.org 
>>> <http://schema.org> classes, http://xmlns.com/foaf/spec/index.rdf), 
>>> it would clear a lot of things up.
>>>
>>> When I Google "bibfra.me <http://bibfra.me/>RDFS" I see examples of 
>>> library resources from the Denver Public Library marked up in RDF in 
>>> the Google snippets (cool). But… they’re typed in the bibfra.me 
>>> <http://bibfra.me>namespace, and I get sent to the Denver Public 
>>> Library page for the library resource where I can’t get to the RDF. 
>>> Maybe some day soon when the ontologies settle down library resource 
>>> pages will expose their RDF under the "librarian view" link. Equally 
>>> useful would be to see thebibfra.me <http://bibfra.me/> OWL/RDFS.
>>>
>>> Eric and others from Zepheira, Is there a bibfra.me 
>>> <http://bibfra.me> ontology file to look at? How can we access the 
>>> RDF for DPL and other Libhub partner’s collections?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Steven
>>>
>>>
>>> -- 
>>> Steven Folsom
>>> Discovery Metadata Librarian
>>> Cornell University Library
>>>
>>> From: <Meehan>, Thomas
>>> Reply-To: Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum
>>> Date: Friday, April 24, 2015 at 4:20 AM
>>> To: "[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>"
>>> Subject: Re: [BIBFRAME] BIBFRA.me <http://BIBFRA.me> and serials 
>>> [was BIBFRAME and serials]
>>>
>>> Tim,
>>>
>>> I confess to some confusion over what is happening here, given 
>>> Bibframe’s enthusiasm for a more centralised vocabulary[*] under the 
>>> aegis of LC but Zepheira’s energy and apparent independence in 
>>> pushing Bibframe (or variations of it) forward together with, for 
>>> instance, the NLM’s rethinking of the issue.
>>>
>>> [*]http://www.loc.gov/bibframe/faqs/#q06
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>>
>>> Tom
>>>
>>> ---
>>>
>>> Thomas Meehan
>>>
>>> Head of Current Cataloguing
>>>
>>> Senate House Hub
>>>
>>> Library Services
>>>
>>> University College London
>>>
>>> Gower Street
>>>
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>>>
>>> [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>>>
>>> *From:*Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum 
>>> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Tim Thompson
>>> *Sent:* 24 April 2015 02:51
>>> *To:* [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>>> *Subject:* [BIBFRAME] BIBFRA.me <http://BIBFRA.me> and serials [was 
>>> BIBFRAME and serials]
>>>
>>> I hadn't seen this before, but the Library extension of Zepheira's 
>>> http://bibfra.me actually includes a Continuing Resources subclass 
>>> (of Work?) and several properties drawn from the MARC fixed fields[1].
>>>
>>> What do denizens of the BIBFRAME list make of http://bibfra.me 
>>> <http://bibfra.me>? Prior to looking closely at the bibfra.me 
>>> <http://bibfra.me> website, I was under the impression that 
>>> "Bibframe Lite" was essentially a pared-down version of the LC 
>>> vocabulary. However, on closer inspection, it actually strikes me as 
>>> quite different--and anything but "lite." I understand the principle 
>>> that "anyone can say anything about anything," but won't this 
>>> parallel vocabulary--with virtually the same namespace--inevitably 
>>> breed confusion? Zepheira's bibfra.me <http://bibfra.me> has an 
>>> open, CC license, but I wasn't able to find a link to the current 
>>> RDF ontology anywhere on the website.
>>>
>>> Tim
>>>
>>>
>>> [1] http://bibfra.me/view/library/marc/ContinuingResources/
>>>
>>> --
>>> Tim A. Thompson
>>> Metadata Librarian (Spanish/Portuguese Specialty)
>>> Princeton University Library
>>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Karen Coyle
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