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Updates to “Grassroots Proceedings”

Thanks to Sharon Partridge and others, we’ve added even more content to our grassroots proceedings of the Spring 2005 Depository Library Council Meetings. As of today you will find new information on:

Tuesday’s Plenary Session, National Collection Development session, and several subsessions of Tuesday’s GPO Access Open Forum: PKI, RSS Feeds from GPO, and LC’s new all-electronic LCSH list.

Wednesday’s session on Authentication and Versioning Control

The depository community’s picture of this meeting will become clearer and more complete as more reports are received from attending librarians. If you attended DLC and think we made a mistake, let us know in the comments field. We listen! Mere hours after Bill Sudduth let us know that he, and not a GPO staffer read a letter from Ridley Kessler, I corrected my blog highlighting the DLC open forum, and we put his name as reader in Sharon’s notes, which did not name the reader. That’s faster correction than you’ll get in printed proceedings.

Better yet, people unhappy with FGI’s coverage of this event should provide their own notes and/or multimedia. As long as you were an attendee, we will post your observations. Please send them to dnlcornwall@alaska.net.

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