[open-bibliography] MARC Codes for Forms of Musical Composition

Haffner, Alexander A.Haffner at d-nb.de
Tue Jul 6 07:50:42 BST 2010


I think in general it's not necessary to set any rdf:types. The resource
turns into a particular type during interpreting a particular property.
But setting rdf:types is important in cases using new specified and not
standard compliant properties (i.e. extensions to SKOS)

 

Regarding the German translation of MARC 21:

First of all, last year we changed to MARC 21 as German interchange
format, so MAB is gone...

I already asked a colleague if we have a kind of table representation
just comprising the code translations...more information comes up soon!


 

Cheers, Alexander

 

 

Von: public-xg-lld-request at w3.org [mailto:public-xg-lld-request at w3.org]
Im Auftrag von Ross Singer
Gesendet: Dienstag, 6. Juli 2010 04:03
An: William Waites
Cc: Young,Jeff (OR); Antoine Isaac; Karen Coyle; public-xg-lld at w3.org;
List for Working Group on Open Bibliographic Data; public-lld
Betreff: Re: MARC Codes for Forms of Musical Composition

 

My question was more based on the fact that I don't think anything
should have explicitly set multiple rdf:types in there.

 

If so, I'm curious to what they are.

 

-Ross.

On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 3:35 PM, William Waites <william.waites at okfn.org>
wrote:

On 10-07-05 10:35, Ross Singer wrote:
> Jeff, which resources have multiple rdf:types?  Of the muscomps, they
> should all only be mo:Genre.

I think it is perfectly valid to have multiple types. At the
very minimum everything is an rdfs:Resource whether
stated explicitly or not. If something breaks when it is
explicitly stated because it doesn't like multiple types I
think that something is itself broken...


Cheers,
-w

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