|Name:||DCMI Localization and Internationalization Community|
|Type:||Community Interest Group|
|Charter:||The DCMI Localization and Internationalization Community is a forum for individuals and organizations to share information and exchange ideas on the use of Dublin Core in their local or domain-specific applications with the global community. It also provides a forum for promoting interoperabilty and discussion on any issues arising from or relating to the use of DC in a variety of languages and cultures.|
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.
Exchange of information, knowledge and general discussion within the global community to promote interoperability in local or domain specific use of DC. This can include:
Issues arising may include:
Anyone can participate by subscribing to the open mailing list
To join or leave:
Dublin Core™ is now adopted in many languages and outside of a generically bibliographical environment.
Since its beginning in 1997, this Community, formerly the DC-Multiple Languages Interest Group, has recognized the need for a forum for exchanging such knowledge and experience among the global community. Local knowledge from a diversity of cultural contexts is useful not just locally, but also for the global community.
The DCMI Localization and Internationalization Community will collaborate with:
Development of Application Profiles relevant to specialised collections in an African context.
Patricia Liebetrau. Digital Imaging South Africa (DISA)
Metadata Projects and Developments Supporting Languages, Cultures and Domains.
Karen Rollitt, National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mataranga o Aotearoa
Akira Miyazawa, National Institute of Informatics, Japan.
German Translation of DCMES 1.1 - KIM Competence Center for Interoperable Metadata.
Christine Frodl (German National Library) and Stefanie Ruehle (State and University Library, Goettingen)
2005 Working Group Meeting Presentations
2000 Presentations by Thomas Baker