Similar to WorldCat (but not evil), the concept of a zines union catalog is a shared catalog that indicates who has what and to provide a resource for copy cataloging and interlibrary loan, but each library would still have its own local catalog.
Why is OCLC described as evil?
QZAP looking to revamp catalog. Explored
- Omeka http://omeka.org
- Proprietary Joomla! plug-in http://extensions.joomla.org
- Collective Access http://www.collectiveaccess.org
|Dublin Core||Zine Core (can we call it xZINECOREx?)|
|Title||Title(s), including volume/issue(s)|
|Description||Content description, notes|
|Date||Date (of publication)|
|Coverage||Place of publication|
|Rights||Freedoms and restrictions|
Libraries holding record will be recorded elsewhere, not metadata.
Individual libraries will continue to catalog records as they see fit, as serials, monographs, or glittery unicorns.
Separate field for serials vs. monographs?
GPL for union catalog so it never becomes evil.
Should be open web.
Explore extended Dublin core at a later time.