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Re: rNews RDFa in BBC News

From: Jeremy Tarling <jeremy.tarling@bbc.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2013 10:02:00 +0000
Message-ID: <50FFB518.5090703@bbc.co.uk>
To: public-lod@w3.org
Greg - good point re @datatype thanks I will look at that

Barry - yes absolutely HTTP URIs, sorry for not making that clearer

(we will be building on the same technology platform that BBC Sport use, 
as described about by Jem here 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2012/04/sports_dynamic_semantic.html 
)

JT

On 23/01/2013 09:15, Barry Norton wrote:
> Re: rNews RDFa in BBC News
>
> Jeremy, are you not using HTTP URIs with UUIDs as the local part, as in
> BBC Sports, Music, etc.?
>
> Barry
>
>
> On 23/01/13 08:53, Gregg Kellogg wrote:
> > On Jan 23, 2013, at 9:27 AM, Jeremy Tarling 
> <jeremy.tarling@bbc.co.uk> wrote:
> >
> >> Hello all
> >>
> >> I am working with BBC News on implementing some RDFa in article 
> pages on
> >> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news. rNews seems like the best candidate for 
> us in
> >> terms of expressiveness and wider adoption, so I am thinking, as a 
> first
> >> iteration, we will add something like this to article pages:
> >>
> >> <head prefix="rnews: http://iptc.org/std/rNews/2011-10-07#"
> >> resource="{published URL}"
> >> typeof="rnews:NewsItem">
> >> <meta property="rnews:headline" content="{headline}"/>
> >> <meta property="rnews:description" content="{description}"/>
> >> <meta property="rnews:thumbnailUrl" content="{thumbnail URL}"/>
> >> <meta property="rnews:datePublished" content="{date published}"/>
> >> <meta property="rnews:creator" content=">"/>
> >> 
> >> </head>
> >>
> >> We are currently working on an internal project to identify the
> >> real-world concepts mentioned in our stories and associate them back
> >> with the published article; when this is available we will add the
> >> following:
> >>
> >> <meta property="rnews:about" content="{GUID for
> >> person/place/organisation}"/>
> >> <meta property="rnews:mentions" content="{GUID for
> >> person/place/organisation} "/>
> >>
> >> Separately we will publish the BBC GUIDs we have created for
> >> person/place/organisations with sameAs links 
> towikidata/freebase/dbpedia.
> >>
> >> Does anyone see any problems with this approach?
> > If the GUID and and thumbnailURL objects are intend to be IRIs, you 
> should use <link> instead of <meta>. The <content> element is only 
> used for literal values. Try the following:
> >
> > <head prefix="rnews: http://iptc.org/std/rNews/2011-10-07#"
> > resource="{published URL}"
> > typeof="rnews:NewsItem">
> > <meta property="rnews:headline" content="{headline}"/>
> > <meta property="rnews:description" content="{description}"/>
> > <link property="rnews:thumbnailUrl" resource="{thumbnail URL}"/>
> > <meta property="rnews:datePublished" content="{date published}"/>
> > <link property="rnews:creator" resource=">"/>
> > <link property="rnews:about" resource="{GUID for 
> person/place/organisation}"/>
> > < link property="rnews:mentions" resource="{GUID for 
> person/place/organisation} "/>
> > </head>
> >
> > (Note, you could use @href instead of @resource, but technically the 
> value range of @href is URL, not IRI, so a GUID (expressed as a URN) 
> wouldn't be valid).
> >
> > Of course, if the about and mentions properties DatatypeProperties 
> rather than ObjectProperties, the use of <meta> and @content is fine, 
> but you might want to consider providing an appropriate datatype with 
> @datatype.
> >
> > Gregg
> >
> >> Thanks
> >>
> >> JT
> >>
> >> -------
> >> Jeremy Tarling
> >> Data Architect, BBC News
> >> 4th Floor New Broadcasting House
> >> London W1A 1AA
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
>
>
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