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The community open calls are a space to surface news, ideas, and challenges. This might be an especially good chance to talk about non-technical questions or ideas that you weren’t quite sure about posting on the Users Group listserv but really would like help with from us or your peers.
How do you make a thumbnail display for a digital object in the PUI?
Sarah Ponichtera, Seton Hall
Many organization are doing this different ways. It is important to have the Xlink actuate attribute set to Onload and and the Xlink Show Attribute embed for the file URI. One caveat is that it doesn’t resize to thumbnail so it will be the size of the image linked.
Additional documentation in the Help Center would be useful.
Natalie Adams points out “if you want the thumbnail to appear in the archival object record (as well as the digital object record) you need to add an instance linking to the DO and 'make representative'. Found that hard to wrap my head round too!”
How are other institutions managing hybrid collections (collections with born digital and analog materials) in ArchivesSpace?
Tara Laver, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Most institutions are integrating BD materials with analog materials however, to what degree they are creating hierarchy for born digital materials varies. It may be useful to create a stop gap measure of creating a document that represents the hierarchy and make that available in ArchivesSpace to give the user an idea of what that hierarchy is like.
There is interest in continuing the conversation within the community via listserv and maybe via discussion at a future forum. There is particular interest in identifying organizations who have documentation for how they handle this.
Other topics, on the fly conversation:
Round tripping and cleaning up component records
This can be messy and complicated. Some useful resources mentioned in the call include: