I'm glad you found it helpful and I will definitely consider writing it up
somewhere. Right now I'm also struggling to write something up on the data
modeling problems I had in a way that is comprehensible to anyone other than
me. That might make a good complement to this discussion.
I look forward to any comments or suggestions that you or anyone else has.
We are trying to get as much feedback as possible.
Kelley, this is great! Thanks. And since you already have so much written
up, would you consider going a bit further and offering it to the code4lib
journal? My reasons are selfish -- i'd like to be able to find and cite this
in the future.
Later I may have a few comments.
Quoting Kelley McGrath <[log in to unmask]>:
> We called it "FRBR-inspired" since it probably wouldn't pass muster as
> an orthodox FRBR interpretation. We were looking to experiment with a
> practical approach that we thought would make it much easier for
> patrons to discover moving images in libraries and archives. If you
> haven't read it, the "about" page gives a general overview of our
> approach at http://blazing-sunset-24.heroku.com/page/about