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Technical Aspects Workstream Update. Martin R. Kalfatovic. DPLA Content & Scope Workshop. College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA. 2 February 2012.

Technical Aspects Workstream Update. Martin R. Kalfatovic. DPLA Content & Scope Workshop. College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA. 2 February 2012.

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    • All code funded by the DPLA will be free and open source. All code will be posted to public repositories with version control; regular releases will be issued; the DPLA will accept patches. The DPLA will try to use existing services and code where possible. Free and open source software is preferred, and the DPLA will move toward a completely free tool chain. Code and services will not accept any intellectual property (such as patents) that is not licensed royalty-free on a non-discriminatory basis to all users. As far as possible, the DPLA platform will be open and accessible for others to fork/host/replicate with no discrimination based on use or field of endeavor. In order to facilitate and maximize interoperability, the DPLA platform will support open standards, including Linked Open Data.
    • Clients for the DPLA Platform: 1. The DPLA itself 2. The open community of developers 3. Other sites and services
      • Developer tools
      • Documentation for the existing API
      • API Query Tool
      • Stubs
      • GitHub repository
      • Collaborative and communication tools: wiki, blog, mailing lists
      • Page listing the apps they develop
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