As libraries begin to join and participate in systems to test Bibframe principles, my hope is that when possible, I can provide support through MarcEdit to provide these communities a conduit to simplify the publishing of information into those systems. The first of these test systems is the Libhub Initiative, and working with Eric Miller and the really smart folks at Zepheira (http://zepheira.com/), have created a plug-in specifically for libraries and partners working with the LibHub initiative. The plug-in provides a mechanism to publish a variety of metadata formats into the system – from MARC, MARCXML, EAD, and MODS data – the process will hopefully help users contribute content and help spur discussion around the data model Zepheira is employing with this initiative.
For the time being, the plug-in is private, and available to any library currently participating in the LibHub project. However, my understanding is that as they continue to ramp up the system, the plugin will be made available to the general community at large.
For now, I’ve published a video talking about the plug-in and demonstrating how it works. If you are interested, you can view the video on YouTube.