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Re: How to add license information to a CreativeWork? / How to mark obscured informations?

From: Adrian Giurca <giurca@tu-cottbus.de>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 13:55:20 +0100
Message-ID: <4F4CCEB8.6080509@tu-cottbus.de>
To: Chuck <chuck42@gmx.de>
CC: public-vocabs@w3.org
Hello Chuck,

On 2/25/2012 2:13 AM, Chuck wrote:
> Hello guys,
> I want to use schema.org for my new Website and I have few questions:
> (1) I miss a `license' attribute for http://schema.org/CreativeWork .
> How can I add information about the license to a creative work object on
> my web site.
I would say that http://schema.org/CreativeWork does not define a 
license because is it intended to describe only "creative" works. Of 
course Creative Commons come s with many flavors that are not encoded by 
annotations. However, when using rel="license" you don't say which 
license you use but just that you use one.
> (2) Is it true, that I always should use CC Rel[1] for adding license
> informations, when the creative work is under a CC-license?
Such solution is welcomed by HTML5 with respect of the *entire *page 
were the license is shown (Am I wrong?)
> (3) On my contact page I have obscured my email address with some
> JavaScript code to protect it from being crawled by spam bots. How can I
> use schema.org to mark this code as "hello web crawler, here is my email
> address, but you may not read it"? Is something like the following code
> correct?
> <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Person">
>     <p>Hello, I'm<span itemprop="name">Chuck</span>.</p>
>     <p>
>        My email is
>        <span itemprop="email">
>           <script type="text/javascript">  document.write( ... )</script>
>           <noscript><img src="my_email.png" /></noscript>
>        </span>
>     </p>
> </div>
As Schema.org expects Text as email value should not be a problem with 
something called "validation". However different schema.or processors 
may treat this differently.

Why would you like to say

"hello web crawler, here is my email
address, but you may not read it"

if the collected information would not be available?
> [1] http://labs.creativecommons.org/2011/ccrel-guide/
> Greetings,
> Chuck
-Adrian Giurca

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