There was a question that came up in our session asking for the links to the GitHub repositories related to the registry work. There are two:
* The registry software: https://github.com/usnistgov/nmrr
* Metadata schema: https://github.com/usnistgov/mgi-resmd
(the current schema deployed in the current registry is found in the nov17 branch)
We can certainly add a reference to this document. As the document describes and you correctly allude to, the metadata schema used by the MRR was designed with the expectation that there could indeed be multiple overlapping vocabularies that could be expressed in a record, so it helps to point to another real-world and relevant example.
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