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  1. Seattle’s hip cake and cupcake bakery • Tagline: What’s a gay bakery without cupcakes? • Recently purchased Gai’s Bakery and tripled workforce

  2. Company Goals We’re here. Now what? • Combine organizations (Gai’s Bakery and Cupcake) • All employees can stay • Infrastructure is about to change fast • EMS to support integration and minimal overhead

  3. Schema Approach Schema should: • Serve employees, suppliers, distributors, customers and partners • Help to find and share all relevant information • Support security, privacy and rights • Help manage workflow

  4. Artifacts

  5. The Schema

  6. Scenario Disclaimer • The scenarios described use many elements • We will discuss the elements that • We found most interesting • Require further clarification • Not all elements are discussed • Spreadsheet shows complete list of elements

  7. HR: The New Hire • Rhonda, Bakery Manager new hire • Establishes and manages her payroll and employee information • Signs up for benefits and reviews her options • Finds and reads the employee handbook • Completes the mandatory safety and personnel training

  8. DC.audience DC.accessRights DC.audience CC.employeeID DC.accessRights CC.dateEffective CC.dateExpires DC.accessRights

  9. CMS: Pressing Matters • Press Release for Seattle Post Intelligent Times, intranet and extranets • Includes publishing rights release • RJJ routs to Ms. Kitty for approval; she needs to know status and due dates • Press release published first on intranet, then in newspaper • Move to archive after 30 days

  10. DC.Rights DC.rightsHolder DC.subject DC.description DC.type DC.audience DC.format DC.hasPart DC.isPartOf DC.type DC.accessRights DC.creator CC.owner DC.date.created DC.format CC.dateEffective CC.dateExpires DC.hasVersion DC.isVersionOf DC.replaces DC.subject DC.dateSubmitted DC.dateAccepted CC.dateEffective CC.dateExpires CC.status DC.audience

  11. End User: Enter the Executive • John, EVP @ Cupcake • Production of reports for the Board of Directors • Collaborates with sales, marketing and finance • Searches for documents and reports within the last 30 days • Reports are archived automatically based on creation dates of documents

  12. DC.date.created CC.dateEffective CC.dateExpires DC.hasVersion DC.isVersionOf DC.replaces DC.creator DC.accessRights DC.audience DC.subject DC.description DC.subject DC.type DC.subject DC.coverage DC.creator DC.title DC.format

  13. Search & Navigation: Master Baker • Caridad is Master Baker at Cupcake • Needs to perform quality and cost analysis on a recipe • Will search for current and past Super-Secret Frosting recipes • Needs to identify current and historic pricing info for each ingredient • Wants to know if there have been any significant backorders

  14. DC.description DC.coverage DC.accessRights DC.Subject DC.type

  15. Integration: LDAP? Yeah, we can do that! • Gloria, PM, LDAP Project @ Cupcake • Requires collaboration with shareholders throughout the organization • Project may require extension of EMS • High priority project for organization

  16. CC.schemaVersion CC.schemaVersion CC.owner DC.accessRights CC.encryptionType DC.accessRights

  17. Obstacles • Unrealistic criteria for metadata schema support • We had difficulty remembering the intent of the criteria • “Depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is." • The anti-obstacle…

  18. So What?® • 15 minutes with an expert (Sam) is worth more than Tannenbaum’s registered trademark • There is no universal Enterprise Metadata Schema • An Enterprise Metadata Schema exposes organizational issues • Dublin Core cuts both ways

  19. Resources Boiko, Bob. Lecture on Metadata, Mary Gates Hall 420. February 15, 2006. Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, http://dublincore.org Hecksel, David L. 2004. Sun Software Services, Sun Microsystems. Retrieved from web March 1, 2006. http://www.davidhecksel.com/projectcontext/MethodologySelectionSOHTML.html Lider, B., & Mosoiu, A. (2003, April 21). Building a metadata-based website. Boxesandarrows.com. Retrieved December 16, 2005 from http://www.boxesandarrows.com/view/building_a_metadata_based_website Noy, N. & McGuiness, D. (n.d.). Ontology development 101: A guide to creating your first ontology. Retrieved December 16, 2005 from Stanford University, Deborah L. McGuiness web site: http://www.ksl.stanford.edu/people/dlm/papers/ontology101/ontology101-noy-mcguinness.html Tannenbaum, Adrienne. (2001). Metadata Solutions: Using Metamodels, Repositories, XML, and Enterprise Portals to Generate Information on Demand (Addison-Wesley). Taylor, Arlene G. (2004). TheOrganization of Information, 2ed. Libraries Unlimited, Westport, Connecticut.

  20. The Uglychaun

  21. See Michael Spell