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These are technical documents, they are only concerned with what and how. Specifics of who and when are contained in the git logs. This blog post explains why and where:
The user discovery later aims to provide useful features that enable users and 3rd party applications to discover government resources. It is currently in pre-ALPHA status, meaning a working technical assessment, not yet considered suitable for public use (even by “early-adopters”).
TODO: define each box in the above diagram
Metadata management (currently service catalogue):