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Von: Thomas Berger http://jakoblog.de/2011/04/13/mapping-bibliographic-record-subfields-to-json/comment-page-1/#comment-281645 Thu, 14 Apr 2011 06:46:16 +0000 http://jakoblog.de/?p=1017#comment-281645 Congrats,

somewhere in the line of your thought you have reinvented the ISO 2701 directory which MARC is so famous for: +1 for compactness and +1 for acceptance by the friends of convoluted legacy solutions (focls)!