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LD4 Wikidata Affinity Group Call 2/22/2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Eduard Jacob
02:48
Hello I am Eduard Jacob and greet you from Roermond The Netherlands. I am a 69 years old retired neuropsychiatrist and member of IFLA and KNVI and ISKO-UK. My email is eduard.jacob1@gmail.com
hilary thorsen
03:25
Hi Eduard, Thanks for joining us!
Bob Kosovsky
03:27
HI Eduard: you might want to add your name to the agenda/attendance list: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GxDv9U-TUZgHkOF6I2yAEtdq3REqq90DvakAw-rs25Y/edit#heading=h.icmwsfkb1kk
Ivan E Calimano
03:40
good morning to y'all
hilary thorsen
04:06
Good morning Ivan!
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
04:34
Hello everybody from Bilbao
hilary thorsen
04:51
Hello Pilar!
Sarah Kasten (she/her)
05:23
hi everyone!
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
05:28
One question. I´ve Heard that USA librarians have an important role on Transparency, it´s it?
Susan Deborah Radovsky
05:39
Happy Twosday Tuesday, everyone!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
05:54
2-22-2022
hilary thorsen
06:26
Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GxDv9U-TUZgHkOF6I2yAEtdq3REqq90DvakAw-rs25Y/edit?usp=sharing
hilary thorsen
07:35
Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GxDv9U-TUZgHkOF6I2yAEtdq3REqq90DvakAw-rs25Y/edit?usp=sharing
Eduard Jacob
08:02
I have placed my name on the attendance list
hilary thorsen
08:09
Thank you Eduard!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
08:45
Interesting question, Pilar. Sounds like something that would be a good discussion.
hilary thorsen
08:54
Pilar I think that’s true. Not sure if helpful, but the ALA library bill of rights speaks a bit to that: https://www.ala.org/advocacy/intfreedom/librarybill/
Bob Kosovsky
10:45
Pilar: I believe it's here: https://www.ala.org/tools/ethics
Susan Deborah Radovsky
11:01
Thanks, Hilary and Bob!
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
13:02
Thanks Hilary, Bob and Susan
Huda Khan
13:17
Today's slides: (also linked in agenda): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1LaF05YFHyn5GOJp6bSgsZIRdW1aT6zjyACUmS8Aunic/edit#slide=id.g116c73be7df_0_355
Susan Deborah Radovsky
13:35
Very excited for Christa’s working hour!
Christine Fernsebner Eslao
13:40
So excited for the hymn work!
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
14:11
Well, Im triying to organize a Congress about transparency a nd reusing Public Dat here, and I wnat to show how it Works in other countries
Christine Fernsebner Eslao
14:51
…and excited for a session with Stacy Allison Cassin! Always awesome
Bob Kosovsky
15:19
Pilar: in the US the argument came about due to taxpaper-funded government projects - so I would look at the website of govt organizations, such as NASA
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
15:39
Thanks Bob
Susan Deborah Radovsky
15:57
That is so cool — the Northeastern event!
Timothy Ryan Mendenhall (he/him)
18:48
Folks who are interested in Huda and Astrid’s work should also check out Thursday’s program of the PCC Sinopia Cataloging Affinity Group on the topic of building a front end for the Sinopia linked-data cataloging tool. Details and registration info are here: https://wiki.lyrasis.org/display/LD4P3/PCC+Sinopia+Cataloging+Affinity+Group
hilary thorsen
19:28
Thanks Ryan!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
20:15
Your work is the opposite of jumping the shark.
Bob Kosovsky
26:01
DId Huda say who is Cornell's ILS vendor?
JJ Dearborn
26:13
Is it Folio? Index Data?
hilary thorsen
26:23
I don’t think she did, but they just migrated to FOLIO
Bob Kosovsky
26:54
Thanks Hilary
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
27:01
Yes they told FOLIO last week
J Shieh
27:52
Pref for subject is DBpedia, Wikidata/Wikipedia?
Steve Baskauf
36:45
Are you concerned about response time/reliability of the live queries and API calls?
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
38:02
In order to collect information about the use of links and clicks of users it is necessary to implement cookies, here in Europe, at this time, with the data privacy laws, there is cookiephobia, I wonder if there is no other sistem to test how the entire network of links works...
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
39:23
Migrations are always a nightmare
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
41:44
This histropedia http://www.histropedia.com/ ?
Susan Deborah Radovsky
45:46
I really love the influence aspect!
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
46:54
I agree Susan, The images to explain this, are always the best
JJ Dearborn
48:45
When will all features be in production? https://newcatalog.library.cornell.edu/catalog/10854756
JJ Dearborn
48:56
I’m seeing the Author info box but not subject
Chiat Naun Chew
49:00
Do you have a sense of what kinds of subjects are well represented in the links and which are not? I can see it working well for something like an event (e.g. a war) as in your example, maybe it’s trickier for more abstract kinds of subjects. Also, is this working off LCSH rather than FAST?
Lisa McColl
51:07
I believe you mention that you can "turn off" unwanted DBPedia/Wikidata info in your catalog. Can you control the intake? Can you somehow communicate which names and headings you want enriched in the catalog? (Instead of turning off what you don't want?)
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
51:21
Experimental work and production work separate. And how it worked? Actually most of projects have the mixed teams
J Shieh
53:43
Will you continue incorporating external data as part of the catalog, like this example? https://newcatalog.library.cornell.edu/catalog/8058246 or via the Infobox practice?
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
55:40
Mmm,, yes it sounds confusing the three concepts together
Chiat Naun Chew
56:04
Like events, places, persons as subjects seem more straightforward than e.g. “Justice” or whatever
Chiat Naun Chew
57:38
Yes, thanks!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
01:00:17
BTW, Huda, the opposite of jumping the shark is the best there is! This work is so impressive and useful.
Bob Kosovsky
01:01:44
Cornell is so great to have this environment that fosters experimentation!!
Hsianghui Liu-Spencer
01:01:46
what Cornell has done is wonderful to populate 'author's information'. I have wondered if Folio or other LMS will take on this as their roadmap to 'populate' authorship in their 'whatever' future discovery layer.
Steve Baskauf
01:03:12
This is amazing and so impressive!
Bob Kosovsky
01:04:37
Brava, Huda!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
01:04:45
Great presentation!
JJ Dearborn
01:04:46
What kind of UX work has already been done and have slated as upcoming work? Do you have an in-house UX researcher/designer to drive the work?
JJ Dearborn
01:04:52
Also YAY Cornell!
John Mark Ockerbloom
01:04:58
Nice!
Christine Fernsebner Eslao
01:05:02
🙌
Jessica Efron
01:05:04
Thanks so much!
Doreva Belfiore
01:05:20
Great presentation. Thank you.
JJ Dearborn
01:06:09
Thank you Huda!
Alan Ang
01:06:11
Thank you so much for the fantastic presentation. really appreciate it.
Joachim Neubert
01:06:30
Wonderful - thank you so much!
Pilar Ramírez Amurrio
01:06:54
Thnaks Huda, It´s great job, rethinking many thinks
Cliff Landis (he/him)
01:07:16
This is all very cool -- thanks for sharing this to the "supergroup"!
Crystal Clements (she/her)
01:07:25
Thanks Huda!!
Susan Deborah Radovsky
01:07:57
Thanks, Hilary!