Makx Dekkers, outgoing Managing Director of DCMI (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative) is interviewed by Friedel Grant in this piece from DublinCore.org site. It’s interesting to note how DMCI (once a relatively obscure standard only used by public sector organisations) has expanded into a much wider and more encompassing role:
“In the more traditional metadata world, Dublin Core has already played a key role by offering a common approach. Many other Linked Data vocabularies are proposed by technical people, who have relatively few connections with information professionals. Our community, on the other hand, is made up not only of technicians and researchers but also plenty of people who actually create and maintain metadata collections.” [Read More]
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