The MARC ingestion pipeline is one of four pipelines that keep the Knowledge Graph, underpinning the LDMS, synchronised with additions, updates, and deletions from the many source systems that NLB curate and host.
When Schema.org arrived on the scene I thought we might have arrived at the point where library metadata could finally blossom; adding value outside of library systems to help library curated resources become first class citizens, and hence results, in the global web we all inhabit. But as yet it has not happened.
The latest release of Schema.org (3.4) includes some significant enhancements for those interested in marking up tourism, and trips in general.
For tourism markup two new types TouristDestination and TouristTrip have joined the already useful TouristAttraction
This post is about an unusual, but very useful, aspect of the Schema.org vocabulary — the Role type.
Google announced yesterday that it is the end of the line for Freebase – will this be good for Wikidata?