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News for 2006

DC-2007 Program co-chairs appointed

The Program Committee for DC-2007, to be held in Singapore from 27 through 31 August 2007, will be chaired by Abdus Sattar Chaudry of Nanyang Technological University and Stuart Sutton of the University of Washington.Monday, December 18, 2006

Establishment of DCMI Communities and Task Groups

Over the last two months, DCMI Working Groups have been converting into DCMI Communities and DCMI Task Groups. All groups are listed on the overview page of DCMI's work structure. On the DCMI Contact information page there are now also links to all public DCMI Wikis with contact information of the Wiki managers.Monday, December 18, 2006

New chairs appointed to DCMI Communities and Task Groups

While many of the Working Groups chairs are continuing their work as DCMI Community moderators or DCMI Task Group leaders, there have been a number of changes. New Community Moderators are: Ann Apps (DCMI Collection Description Community), Raju Buddharaju (DCMI Preservation Community), Sarah Currier (DCMI Education Community), Matthias Menger (DCMI Environment Community), and Jon Phipps and Emma Tonkin (DCMI Registry Community). New Task Group Leaders are: Muriel Foulonneau and Sarah L.Monday, December 18, 2006

Updates to DCMI Terms and RDF schemas

The DCMI Usage Board has completed an editorial revision of terms in the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, bringing definitions and usage comments into line with the DCMI Abstract Model. Documentation is available in revised Web pages, RDF schemas, and in a response to comments received during the Public Comment period.Monday, December 18, 2006

Appointments to DCMI Board of Trustees

At the meeting of the DCMI Board of Trustees held in Manzanillo on 7 October 2006, Sam Oh was appointed as the representative of the Korean DCMI Affiliate. At the same meeting, Joseph Busch and Shigeo Sugimoto were appointed for new three-year terms as independent members of the Board of Trustees.Monday, October 30, 2006

DC-2006 in Manzanillo: a successful conference

This year's conference, DC-2006, was held 3-6 October 2006 in Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico, and hosted by the University of Colima, with 250 participants from 24 countries. Key topics were model-based interoperability, controlled vocabularies, and practical deployment issues. Presentations are available for download from the conference program.Monday, October 30, 2006

DC-2007 to be held in Singapore in the week of 27-31 August 2007

The DCMI Directorate is pleased to announce that DC-2007 will be held in Singapore in the week of 27-31 August 2007, hosted by the National Library Board in cooperation with the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information of Nanyang Technological University. An initial conference Web site has been installed with a number of relevant links. Publication of the Call for Papers is expected in December 2006.Monday, October 30, 2006

DCMI technical work will be restructured in Communities and Task Forces

At DCMI meetings in Manzanillo, a new structure for technical work has been discussed and approved. DCMI Working Groups will be restructured as DCMI Communities and DCMI Task Groups. A DCMI Community, with a Web page and mailing list, will serve as a forum for open discussion on special topics or domain applications. A DCMI Task Group will develop specific deliverables such as application profiles on a DCMI wiki. In addition to existing groups, a new community is forming around the topic of social tagging.Monday, October 30, 2006

Manzanillo Resolution 2006

Participants from Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking countries met in a special session during DC-2006, and adopted a resolution to promote the use of metadata in the Ibero-american community and strengthen the involvement of and co-operation among implementers of Dublin Core metadata in that community.Monday, October 30, 2006

All set for DC-2006

On Tuesday 3 October 2006, DC-2006, the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications will open in the Krmina Palace Hotel in Manzanillo, Mexico. Please visit the conference Web site for the latest information. Online registration is open until 2 October 2006. On-site registration during the event is possible but only with payment in cash (Mexican pesos and US dollars) and travellers cheques (US dollars only). We are looking forward to meeting you next week in Mexico!Monday, September 25, 2006

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