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Re: updates to BP doc

From: Phil Archer <phila@w3.org>
Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2016 11:46:40 +0000
To: Annette Greiner <amgreiner@lbl.gov>, DWBP Public List <public-dwbp-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <56E55320.3060605@w3.org>
Thanks Annette,

I've just read through those enrichment BPs in your version of the doc 
and I like them all. The examples certainly help make it understandable. 
Your points about labelling inferred values is interesting and points to 
the complexity of the subject. Perhaps a line such as "this is a topic 
in its own right and is beyond the scope of the current work" might be 
appropriate. That would then provide a potential hook to the expected 
member submission on the topic.

I really like the last one about responsible use - a minor amendment 
would include a pointer to the DUV ;-)

Phil.

On 13/03/2016 09:13, Annette Greiner wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I've added the BPs about subsetting and enrichment and issued a pull
> request for those.
>
> I've also gotten to thinking that we ought to have something about the
> duties of reusers of data, as this is also a type of data publishing. So
> I wrote this up as a possible drop-in BP. It's in a separate commit for
> ease of ignoring or merging.
>
> Happy trails!
> -Annette
>
>
>       7.15 Data Re-Use
>
> Re-using data is another way of publishing data. Data re-users have some
> responsibilities that are unique to publishing on the web.This section
> provides advice to be followed by people who re-use data.
>
>
> *Reuse Data Respectfully*
>
> When reusing data, be considerate of the original publisher. Cite the
> original dataset; give feedback when you find problems; follow licensing
> constraints.
>
> *Why*
>
> Publishers who make data available on the web deserve acknowledgment for
> enabling others to work with it. Citation also maintains provenance and
> helps still others to work with the data. Providing feedback repays the
> publishers for their efforts and allows them to improve the dataset for
> future users. Following licensing constraints shows respect for the
> original publisher’s work and prevents legal entanglements.
>
> *Intended Outcome*
>
> Original publishers should be acknowledged by citation. They should be
> made aware of any known problems with the data. Datasets should not be
> used in violation of licensing agreements.
>
> *Possible Approach to Implementation*
>
> Provide a textual citation of the source in a readily visible area of
> the site in which it is used. Read the original license and be sure that
> you provide any additional acknowledgments required. Follow the
> publisher’s directions for submitting feedback about a dataset if you
> find problems with it.
>
> *Example*: When publishing a visualization based on bus data from our
> fictional transit agency, the re-user could include the text “Data
> Source: MyCity Transport Agency” just beneath the graph and link the
> citation text back to the original source.
>
> *How to Test*
>
> Verify that the original publisher is cited in a readily discoverable
> place. Make sure that the licensing for the original permits the re-use
> to which it is being applied.
>
>
> *Evidence*
>
> Relevant requirements:: R-TrackDataUsages
> <http://www.w3.org/TR/dwbp-ucr/#R-TrackDataUsage>, R-UsageFeedback
> <http://www.w3.org/TR/dwbp-ucr/#R-UsageFeedback>, R-ProvAvailable
> <http://www.w3.org/TR/dwbp-ucr/#R-ProvAvailable>
>
> *Benefits*
>
> Reuse, Trust, Discoverability
>
>

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Phil Archer
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