DataONE Preservation and Metadata Working Group Report 2014

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DataONE Preservation and Metadata Working Group Report 2014

  1. 1. DataONE Preservation and Metadata Working Group Report M ay 2 0 1 4 John Kunze California Digital Library
  2. 2. 2 Preservation and Metadata • Preservation • 2011: drafted DataONE preservation strategy • 2013: mutants (nothing is mutable, all is mutable) • 2014: no data loss! • Metadata • 2012: metadata dictionary planning begins • 2013: “Metadictionary” emerges from summer internship • 2014: YAMZ (yamz.net) – Yet Another Metadata Zoo
  3. 3. 3 Problem: traditional standardization • Change by committee is ugly, costly, and slow • Example: Dublin Core, 15 cross-domain terms 3 European Parliament Technology - DG ITEC @ flickr
  4. 4. The Metadata Universe Jenn Riley, IU
  5. 5. The Metadata Universe Jenn Riley, IU
  6. 6. The Metadata Universe Jenn Riley, IU
  7. 7. The Metadata Universe Jenn Riley, IU
  8. 8. The Metadata Universe Jenn Riley, IU
  9. 9. 9 An alternate metadata universe • One dictionary, one namespace • Any research domain, any part of “metadata speech” • Names, values, units, relationships, ... • Search for terms, comment, add and edit terms, API • All terms have globally unique persistent identifiers 9 more this less this
  10. 10. 10 Dictionary sociology • Crowd-sourced with reputation-based voting • Lessons from Wikipedia, StackOverflow, Internet-Drafts 10
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  13. 13. 13 Feedback welcome! http://yamz.net https://github.com/nassar/yamz

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