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Recently I came across this post on the design issues around
dynamically-generated pages and re-using content which pretty neatly
summarises some of the issues: 'Using content in more than one place
gives you value for money, but you still have to spend money in the
first place. You need to design and create the content with each
representation in mind.'
http://danramsden.com/2013/05/01/you-dont-get-anything-for-free/

Given the resources required to Create Once, Use Everywhere *well*, it
makes the answers to 'why are we doing this' all the more important.
How does this relate to the core mission and goals of different
museums, libraries or archives?

While I'm here, has anyone tested the BM CRM model against their
existing internal or public-facing collections data?

Cheers, Mia

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On 10 April 2013 20:58, Dominic Oldman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I aim to get a draft of the BM CRM manual to an initial groups of reviewers as soon as possible.
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> If you like to review the initial draft then please email me at [log in to unmask] and use the subject header - CRM document.
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> It has taken a little longer than I thought to finish it, and I apologise to anyone who I told it would be available before now, but it should be ready as a discussion draft, in the next week or so.
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> I'm afraid it isnt a small document but it does have a lot of diagrams.
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> I can also say that the end result is something that is very straight forward and nice to develop applications against.
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> Dominic
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