- review first draft checkllist; NAAN request and Map privileges
Exchanges with the Dutch Digital Heritage Network (GLAM institutions accross the Netherlands)
A journal in Peru interested in using arks
The Louvre Museum, which has a new website for its collections, each item having an ark, allowed the Ark Alliance to communicate on this.
Further exchanges to be made to communicate on arks advantages for institutions (and have a .policy webpage )
|upcoming meetings, calls for papers, submission deadlines|
|first draft NAAN request review checklist|
There is an updated checklist with exemples
Commit to the main branch
when to ignore a request : seldom used (obviously obnoxious or irrelevant requests, repeated) but some requests cannot be fulfilled under US legislation preventing the furniture of goods and services to some countries/institutions (e.g. Iran, North Korea, Cuban institutions linked to the military...). Best practice in doubt is to share the request and associated angst with the group.
Aurélien & Chloé taking over from Bertrand on May 1st
test request and map collaborators
How to collaborate? Do we have to create a new map that's singly owned and then link it in to arks.org/community ?
The map on arks.org/community is a snapshot linking to a manually updated Google map.
Desire to share the updating or (ideal) automate the process from the registry.
Demo by Chloé of an OpenStreetMap POC with French institutions (356) with simple python code and an SQL database
//VPN pb, some of the ensuing discussion missing here : Chloé to carry on with the project and share results with the group.
John and Maria aim to test sharing of the existing , Google map. There seem to be possibilities of sharing the database between google users (but maybe differently depending on account type ? To be explored).