2012/4/25 Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemow...@gmail.com>

> Thanks for sharing, I had read about it on the NYT but nothing was said on
> license.
> So now the USA have more open bibliographic data than Germany/Europe? :)
> lobid.org is a very nice initiative, but other catalog systems have very
> complex interactions between hundreds or thousands of entities and it's
> very hard to change the licenses.
> The main problem is usually deduplication and quality of the records, any
> information on this for Harvard's data?
>
> Mateus Nobre, 25/04/2012 19:44:
>
>> Add ALL at Wikisource!
>>
>
> Wikisource? This is only metadata.
>

Perhaps it is OK for Wikidata.

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