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From: Samuele Kaplun <Samuele.Kaplun@cern.ch>
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 15:50:33 +0200
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Dear all,

I am new to the list and to the project so I might be asking about an already 
solved issue.

I'd be really interested into applying the schema.org proposed vocabularies to 
the Invenio software default and consequently to e.g. the CERN Document Server 
<http://cdsweb.cern.ch/>.

I have hence a few questions:

Say I would like to enhance this piece of HTML which represents a scientific 
article published in a peer-reviewed journal:
<http://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1461537>

As you can see this page contain basically meta-data that can be accessed by 
humans, but not immediately by machines. 
Now, given the schema.org vocabulary, is there a recommended best practice to 
tag:

* The journal title: "J.Phys.: Conf.Ser." 295 (2011) 012171
* The series number: "295"
* The year of the issue: "2011"
* The pages within the issue: "012171" (which in some cases could be made by a 
starting and ending page)
* The DOI: "10.1088/1742-6596/295/1/012171"

I see that in the ScholarlyArticle datatype these very common pieces are not 
explicitly mentioned.

In a similar way, how would I markup a Thesis work:
<http://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1461551>

* Is there a plan to have a "Thesis" datatype?

Cheers!
	Samuele
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Samuele Kaplun
Invenio Developer ** <http://invenio-software.org/>
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