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DCMI Agents Working Group

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Title: DCMI Agents Working Group
Chair: José Luis Borbinha,
Chair: John Kunze,
Status: This working group has a new WG Page.
Established: 1998-11-04
Rechartered: 2000-10-06
  1. Develop a commentary which sets out the rationale and purpose of an agent record and an agent element set.
  2. Develop a Recommendation for an agent element set, possibly to include agent element qualifiers.
  3. Propose qualifiers for the Creator, Contributor and Publisher (the CCP) elements of the Dublin Core metadata element set. This activity is completely independent of the agent element set.
  4. Provide input to the DCMI Architecture working group concerning a recommended mechanism for linking the CCP elements to agent record.

2004-12-13, The next F2F Working Group meeting for DC:Accessibility will be held in melbourne in the we February 7 - 11 2005. Those interested in attending in person or via telecommunications should contact Liddy Nevile.

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Background [top]

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