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webschema-ISSUE-12 (Comment versus UserComments): Comment is under UserInteractions not CreativeWork; the former focus on aggregation [Feedback on Schema.org]

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webschema-ISSUE-12 (Comment versus UserComments): Comment is under UserInteractions not CreativeWork; the former focus on aggregation [Feedback on Schema.org]

http://www.w3.org/2011/webschema/track/issues/12

Raised by: Dan Brickley
On product: Feedback on Schema.org

Raised by Daniel Dulitz, seconded by St├ęphane Corlosquet

Daniel writes """I wanted to raise an issue about how to represent comments (e.g. on blog posts).

There are many subtypes of CreativeWork, but Comment is not one of them. Perhaps it should be?

Instead, it seems like comments are to be represented by UserComments, which is a subtype of UserInteractions. But apart from UserComments those types appear to be for aggregates, not for an individual comment/tweet/like/etc. The type names are plural and don't really fit for non-aggregates.

I think the aggregate types are useful, but for each aggregate type I'd like to have a clearly defined type for the individual thing. What's the right way to achieve that?"""
URL http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-vocabs/2012Jan/0037.html


Stephane, """I agree that Comment would be a relevant type to be added to schema.org. [...]"""
 
...and cites previous discussion as well as Drupal 7 experience/requirements w/ SIOC.
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-vocabs/2012Jan/0038.html

Previous thread 'UserInteraction inconsistency problems',
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/schemaorg-discussion/N7u4Z8356Ao/JIiFO0WWNF4J

Nearby: http://schema.org/UserComments http://schema.org/UserInteraction
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