Le constat central est bien résumé par Kirit Joshi de DDEX et SONY DADC : Metadata has become the product – La métadonnée est devenue le produit. Personne pour s’y opposer. Rare unanimité. Rappelons que nous avons ici les majors, les services en-ligne, les grands groupes technologiques (Apple et Google sont là, ne serait-ce que par leur implication aux conseils des initiatives DDEX et GRD), mais aussi les défenseurs de la collaboration et de l’open source. Rare unanimité sur un autre constat : les métadonnées sont mal foutues, l’enjeu est titanesque et la collaboration sera inévitable…
The National Association of Recording Merchandisers and digitalmusic.org have announced its first-ever Music Industry Metadata Summit, which will be held in Los Angeles, May 6th and 7th, and is part of NARM's Music Biz 2013 conference. The event is designed to inform newcomers about the importance of managing information through metadata, the “plumbing” that ensures digital tracks are labeled correctly in online music stores, and provide a forum for music-industry executives to find solutions to key issues in this area through a variety of workshop sessions.
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