Paul G Weiss
pwei at loc.gov
Fri Feb 19 14:26:16 EST 2010
Since most of the regions, provinces, and departments of France are already explicitly included in the schedule, the few remaining ones should be proposed as they are encountered. We have intentionally omitted the "e.g."
Library of Congress
Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate
Policy and Standards Division
>>> Casey A Mullin <cmullin at stanford.edu> 2/19/2010 1:42 PM >>>
Should there be an "e.g." here, analogous to the one in DC801.A-Z? By
the looks of LC's shelflist, there are a number of cutters used that are
not in the schedule.
Or do regions/provinces/departments need to be proposed?
Casey A. Mullin
Discovery Metadata Librarian
Metadata Development Unit
Stanford University Libraries
cmullin at stanford.edu
"Those who need structured and granular data and the precise retrieval that results from it to carry out research and scholarship may constitute an elite minority rather than most of the people of the world (sadly), but that talented and intelligent minority is an important one for the cultural and technological advancement of humanity. It is even possible that if we did a better job of providing access to such data, we might enable the enlargement of that minority."
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