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More information about the operation of the groups listed below can be found in the document describing the operational aspects of DCMI Work structure: Communities and Task Groups.
The objectives of the Architecture Forum are to discuss and develop a model, strategy and roadmap for the practical deployment of Dublin Core metadata using mainstream Web technologies.
DCMI Communities bring together people interested in a specific topic related to Dublin Core metadata or the use of Dublin Core in a particular domain. DCMI Communities are moderated by one or two moderators. They have a Web page on the DCMI Web site and a mailing list for discussion and exchange of information. Participation in a DCMI Community is open for anybody who subscribes to the open mailing list. Information on subscribing to the mailing list can be found on the Community's Web page.
The following DCMI Communities are currently active:
DCMI Task Groups are established around a specific set of activities leading to a set of deliverables. Task groups are led by one or two Task Group leaders and consist of a group of people who commit to help perform the defined tasks. Task Groups may have a Web page, a Wiki and a mailing list. Anybody can ask for participation in a Task Group; the Task Group leaders are responsible for assigning tasks to the members.
The following DCMI Task Groups are currently active:
Below is a list of groups that were deactivated either because their work was done, the issues were no longer being addressed, or because the group decided to change its focus. In any case, these deactivated groups remain part of the historical record of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative.
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