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Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

this is such a niche question, but does anyone here know if BnF IDs for books are unique to works, editions, or both?

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

I have the wikidata page on it but either it doesn't say or I'm missing it: wikidata.org/wiki/Property:P26

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@VictorVenema I'm hoping for a quicker answer than "attend an entire conference" but I appreciate the resource!

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@tripofmice It also gives you two names, which may lead to contact info.

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@VictorVenema well I registered for the webinar so whether or not I get the answer to my original question, I've been thoroughly nerd sniped 😂

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@tripofmice From the @OpenScienceFeed I am one of the moderators of.

Original source: the distribution list Code 4 Libraries CODE4LIB@LISTS.CLIR.ORG

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@tripofmice cc @Calimaq maybe?

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@schabot thank you!

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@schabot

Reading this article [1], I understand not all items have an Ark ID yet. Is that correct?

[1]: https://www.transition-bibliographique.fr/17-10-10-numero-frbnf-identifiant-ark/

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Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@arkhi @tripofmice

Hum, as far as I know, they all have a ark. I asked one of my colleague, and he agrees on that. I could ask the question to some people working at the BnF, if that may helps you.

Question about Bibliothèque nationale de France book data identifiers 

@schabot
The question was really out of curiosity but it might help #bookwyrm or others; dunno. :)

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