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DCMI Usage Board - Friday, 2007-11-02 telecon - agenda

Expected: Tom, Akira, Diane, Joe, Andrew, Pete, Julie

Time: 0700 Seattle - see dialing instructions below.
      1000 New York
      1400 UTC
      1400 London
      1500 Berlin
      2300 Tokyo
      0100 Sydney

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Welcome to new members - Julie and Pete

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Upcoming telecons
   Nov 23 Fri DCUBTELECON 1500 Berlin - regrets Akira
   Dec 14 Fri DCUBTELECON 1500 Berlin

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Singapore meeting notes (Tom)

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Actions from Singapore (Tom)

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Finalization of DCTERMS documentation (Tom)

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New term for ISO 639-3? (Andrew)

    Andrew wrote:
    I have had a formal request from AGLS for DCMI to consider approving ISO
    639-3 for 3 letter language codes. How do I get this on the UB Agenda
    for consideration?

    Tom replied:
    Noted - this note is enough to put it on the agenda. Let's 
    discuss on the next telecon. We have created a new term for
    RFC 4646 (which obsoletes RFC 3066) [1], and the rationale for
    creating an identifier for RFC 4646, as I recall it, was because
    we already had an identifier for RFC 3066.

    We already have a term for ISO 639-2 [2], so we could argue that
    we are simply doing the same here as above.

    It would be good to clarify the policy (or pragmatic stance)
    of the Usage Board with regard to such additions.

    [1] http://dublincore.org/usage/public-comment/2007/07/dcterms-changes/
    [2] http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-terms/#ISO639-2

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Dr. Thomas Baker <tbaker@tbaker.de>
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