Using BIBFRAME, Flask, and Fedora4 as a Catalog Pull Platform
Jeremy Nelson, Colorado College
DLF Forum 2014
Poster & Lightning Talk
27th October 2014
Main website for the Library of Congress BIBFRAME vocabulary.
Open-source digital repository software used as the backend for popular digital repository front-end frameworks like
John Seely Brown and John Hagel III originated the concept of a Pull Platform, first in their 2008 article,
From Push To Pull: Emerging Models For Mobilizing Resources
and later fully developed in their 2010 book,
The Power of Pull: How Small Moves, Smartly made, Can Set Big Things in Motion
Python web microframework
Flask extension provides a Python wrapper around a Fedora Commons 4 repository.
New TIGER Catalog
, demonstration pilot catalog of Colorado College's current MARC collections based on the current bibliographic research being at the Tutt Library. Source code repository available at
Schema.org Web Editor
- A simple, Flask based Web editor for the Schema.org RDF vocabulary that allows triples to be applied to any new or existing Fedora 4 objects.