The persistence of infrastructure
Todd Carpenter writes: Last week, I participated in the fourth PIDapalooza meeting in Lisbon, along with Alice Meadows, NISO’s Director of Community Engagement, and 175 other enthusiasts for all things identification. This festival of persistent identifiers is an annual gathering of people who create, manage, and use identifier systems. There were great conversations about the implementation of a connected network of identification systems in Portugal, updates on a variety of PID system developments and interoperability issues and even an interpretive dance of the interactions between scientists and the PID supporting organizations.
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