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Re: Digital Resume Format

From: Brent Shambaugh <brent.shambaugh@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 3 Dec 2016 19:35:06 -0500
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To: Steven Rowat <steven_rowat@sunshine.net>
Cc: Credentials Community Group <public-credentials@w3.org>
I certainly agree this privacy of information is important. Good point.

I wanted to add that I found a link to a resume creator called
discover-me-semantically
https://github.com/robstewart57/discover-me-semantically . I'm not
sure why it is not generating an RDF file yet. It's 4 years old.
SerenA does not resolve.
-Brent Shambaugh

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On Sat, Dec 3, 2016 at 1:01 PM, Steven Rowat <steven_rowat@sunshine.net> wrote:
> On 12/3/16 4:09 AM, Timothy Holborn wrote:
>>
>> http signatures / credentials / verifiable claims, rdf, schemaorg,
>> probably an array of other lod-cloud stuff...
>>
>> Some of the types of things that are known to relate to 'HR files' (or
>> Resumes), whilst differing based on the industry in which they're
>> used; include,
>>
>> IDENTITY
>>
>> BIRTH INFORMATION
>>
>> CITIZENSHIP
>>  ....etc.
>
>
> Wow, that's a comprehensive list — it's almost everything that anyone could
> ever know about anybody. :-)
>
> Agreed that it would make an interesting domain for resumés.
>
> And agreed that employers who would like to see a comprehensive and
> verifiable resumé might be a group that could become interested in
> Verifiable Claims, because such a complete resumé would be important in
> making effective hiring decisions.
>
> And at a quick scan through, my guess, for what it's worth, is that probably
> all of it could be coded as part of Verifiable Claims, as long as there
> would be an Issuer available for all the parts.
>
> But also: seeing the size of the list brings up the other side of the coin
> too: privacy. Especially the recent news that the Soviet Union is bringing
> in Chinese technology to create a 'safe' Internet, and of course combined
> with all the Snowden-related revelations about our own governments,— and not
> to forget the every-day tracking by Google, Facebook, and everybody else
> that amounts to outright stalking — I can't help realizing that we need an
> *iron-clad* ability to maintain privacy of this information.
>
> Not the individual pieces — your past employers know how you worked there,
> the Birth Registry people know when you were born, the Tax people know how
> much tax you paid, your Facebook friends know what kind of a sh*t you are
> ;-); and so on. There's no getting around all those things.
>
> But the honey-pot. The collection of all of it. The Resumé, especially if
> created to this depth of detail...is something that would be very attractive
> to those other people I mentioned.
>
> Steven Rowat
>
>
>
>
>
>> VISA INFORMATION
>>
>> TAX NUMBERS
>>
>> BANKING DETAILS
>>
>> EDUCATION
>>
>> QUALIFICATIONS
>>
>> LICENSES
>>
>> CLEARANCES
>>
>> ACCREDITATIONS
>>
>> HONOURS
>>
>> AWARDS
>>
>> LANGUAGE COMPETENCIES
>>
>> WORK HISTORY
>>
>> PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
>>
>> PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
>>
>> INVESTMENTS
>>
>> PSYCHOLOGICAL ATTRIBUTES
>>
>> MEDICAL TESTS
>>
>> BIOMETRIC RECORDS
>>
>> MENTAL HEALTH HISTORY
>>
>> DISABILITIES
>>
>> INSURANCES
>>
>> VEHICLE INFORMATION
>>
>> FAMILY INFORMATION
>>
>> NEXT OF KIN
>>
>> PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
>>
>> PATENTS & INVENTIONS
>>
>> PUBLICATIONS
>>
>> PROJECT INFORMATION
>>
>> REFERENCES
>>
>> SICKNESS RECORDS
>>
>> CRIMINAL RECORD
>>
>> COURT HISTORY
>>
>> SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYTICS
>>
>>
>>
>> This is only a small extract of a bigger document i'm still drafting
>> in google docs.    I think it'll be most interesting to hear from
>> experts in different fields about how the web is changing their
>> business, the HR policies, education and training, insurance, workers
>> unions, etc...  I imagine we may be able to have a conversation that
>> brings many who wouldn't ordinarily be involved with W3C works
>> together to talk about the requirements for our modernising economy.
>>
>> Still WIP.  (work in progress)
>>
>> Tim.H
>>
>>
>> On Sat, 3 Dec 2016 at 15:39 Brent Shambaugh <brent.shambaugh@gmail.com
>> <mailto:brent.shambaugh@gmail.com>> wrote:
>>
>>     Tim,
>>
>>     You got my mind going...
>>
>>     Are you starting with something like hResume? Perhaps with org and
>>     FOAF? Is fine grained skills matching an eventual TODO?
>>
>>     http://microformats.org/wiki/hresume
>>
>>
>>
>>     Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>     On Dec 2, 2016, at 2:13 AM, Timothy Holborn
>>     <timothy.holborn@gmail.com <mailto:timothy.holborn@gmail.com>> wrote:
>>
>>>     I'm working on a conference concept for www2017[1] that is
>>>     currently focused upon the development of engagement by way of
>>>     considering the role of Linked-Data and Verifiable claims as
>>>     they're asserted for a resume.
>>>
>>>     This in-turn is leading to more consideration about the future
>>>     of a machine-readable resume both for getting the job you have
>>>     in addition to being considered for the next job you might have
>>>     - this this in-turn is indeed a simplification.
>>>
>>>     I started-out thinking about the implications of credentials
>>>     simply within the domain of education; but expanded it to resume.
>>>
>>>     I believe this may be a topic that can be discussed over many
>>>     session times, introducing an array of organisations who had
>>>     never considered participating in W3C - to consider the merits
>>>     of doing so,
>>>
>>>     and in-turn provide a little more context for those of us who
>>>     have been working on the projects that are implicated in this
>>>     type of concept (ie: digital resume format) and thereafter, i'm
>>>     interested to know who might be interested in getting involved
>>>     in drafting the documents with me.
>>>
>>>     Kind Regards,
>>>
>>>     Timothy Holborn.
>>>     skype: sailing_digital
>>>
>>>
>>>     [1] http://www.www2017.com.au/
>>
>>
>
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