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Codelists Issue 35 is About Education

Among the sparse changes in codelists 35 is an addition to List 51, the “Product Relation Code”. There are 42 classifications on this list, defining relationships like “is remaindered as” and “is facsimile of”. The additions reference related products for students and teachers. The use case isn’t explained in the documentation. ONIX deals with educational texts in […]

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A Signed Edition! ONIX Codelists 33

In conjunction with the release of the modest revision to the ONIX for Books standard, version 3.0.3 (described in the previous post) Codelists 33 is now available. It mostly supports the changes specified in 3.0.3. Beyond that there two changes that particularly caught my eye. First is the ability to specify that a book is a signed […]

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ONIX Codelists 32 – Hiding Text, Helping Search

February’s ONIX codelists release is not major: As Graham Bell readily admits it has “a very small number of additional codes.” All of the details can be found in the usual spot (PDF). The most important change is certainly the addition of Code 09 to the ONIX 3.0-only code list, List 154: Content Audience. (more…)

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