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Re: vocabulary versioning and preservation

From: Annette Greiner <amgreiner@lbl.gov>
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2015 10:28:12 -0700
Cc: public-dwbp-wg@w3.org
Message-Id: <3E3FBE22-D030-43B1-899B-F8981A372314@lbl.gov>
To: Herbert Van de Sompel <hvdsomp@gmail.com>
Thanks, Herbert, for pointing out this useful information! This is a big help.

Annette Greiner
NERSC Data and Analytics Services
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

On Mar 18, 2015, at 8:00 AM, Herbert Van de Sompel <hvdsomp@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I had the time to have a closer look at the "data on the Web Best
> Practices" document. I have further Memento-related comments for two
> other sections of the document:
> (1) vocabulary versioning
> The Memento-related comments I made about Data Versioning apply
> equally to Vocabulary Versioning. All approaches described in
> <http://mementoweb.org/guide/howto/> apply to data and vocabulary. As
> a matter of fact, when implementing Memento protocol support for both
> data and vocabularies used in data, temporal versions of the data can
> automatically be aligned with the temporally correct version of the
> used vocabulary.
> (2) preservation
> The Memento protocol can play a significant role in the realm of
> access to preserved data, as is exemplified by its broad adoption by
> web archives and the demonstration implementation of the DBpedia
> archive. But it also plays a role in making preserved/captured
> resources recognizable via the Memento-Datetime header (expresses
> datetime of capture/preservation) and the HTTP Link header that
> carries an "original" link that connects a preserved/captured resource
> with the URI where it originally resided.
> Cheers
> Herbert Van de Sompel
> -- 
> Herbert Van de Sompel
> Digital Library Research & Prototyping
> Los Alamos National Laboratory, Research Library
> http://public.lanl.gov/herbertv/
> ==
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