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DPLA Technical Workstream

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Talking points for DPLA Technical Workstream, 21 Oct 2011

Talking points for DPLA Technical Workstream, 21 Oct 2011

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  • 1. Technical Aspects
    • Mission: Establish the technical and normative principles of the technological framework that will best support the DPLA's aims.
    • Chris Freeland & Martin Kalfatovic, (Co-Chairs) / Brian Bannon / Aaron Chaletzky / Tim DiLauro / Lee Dirks / Nasos Drosopoulos / Michael Edmonds / Emily Gore / Josh Greenberg / Stefanos Kollias / Jorge Martinez / Robert McDonald / Brad McLean / Carole Palmer / Jill Vermillion / David Weinberger / Pam Wright
  • 2. Challenges
    • How does the Technical Aspects workstream…
    • Clarify the technical deliverables for DPLA?
    • Collaborate with the group(s) of people who will be assigned to write code and develop the product?
    • Provide input into the feasibility of decisions from other workstreams?
  • 3. Deliverables
    • The "shiny thing" that demonstrates a killer app & possibilities of DPLA.
    • An open system with APIs and services that enable building user views and localizations into the content.
    • Short-term technical evaluations of the sprint projects to advise feasibility and interoperability.
    • Set of guiding principles to provide to other workstreams and technology partners.
  • 4. Related Projects
    • Look for success stories, which wheels not to reinvent. Make use of existing standards and best practices - " No new standards! ”
    • User-provided content (YouTube, Flickr)
    • Book scanning & access projects
    • Personal library tools / Citation management tools
    • Collection registries / Institutional Repositories / Museum collections
    • Commercially-mediated content (Amazon / Hulu / Netflix / Spotify / Overdrive / iTunes)
    • Indexing services and knowledge bases (OCLC, Europeana, The Wikis, FreeBase)
  • 5. Public Participation
    • People will become involved in DPLA by...
    • Engaging in development of public versioned code, so that they can see what's being built.
    • Enhancing DPLA deliverables via focus groups and usability testing in collaboration with other workstreams.
    • Enabling use & reuse of metadata, objects, collections & code within the DPLA.