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Re: schema.org property proposal: workPerformed

From: Karen Coyle <kcoyle@kcoyle.net>
Date: Tue, 08 Apr 2014 08:22:59 +0200
Message-ID: <534395C3.7040901@kcoyle.net>
To: public-vocabs@w3.org


On 4/7/14, 2:25 PM, Niklas Lindström wrote:
>
>
>
>     I've made a test build using the new codebase that has the Periodicals
>     etc proposal plus this workPerformed proposal plus VisualArtwork,
>     available as
>
>     http://sdo-culture-bundle.appspot.com/PublicationVolume
>     http://sdo-culture-bundle.appspot.com/Periodical
>
>
> Like others said in another thread (and as can be expected, being a part
> of the SchemaBibEx group), I'm glad to see this proposal moving forward.
>
> (It would be nice to see the BIBO mappings from the proposal as well,
> both in prose and in RDFS if possible.)

I would be very interested to get feedback on this proposal from someone 
who is using BIBO or SPAR [1] primarily for academic citations. There is 
a long-standing bifurcation between the library community and its 
cataloging, and the academic/researcher community, which has different 
bibliographic goals. Presuming that this proposal should be usable by 
both, perhaps a proof of concept is needed. Would it be appropriate to 
solicit comments from the developers or users of these standards?

kc

[1] http://sempublishing.sourceforge.net/



>
>     http://sdo-culture-bundle.appspot.com/workPerformed (bad html layout
>     noted)
>
>
> As you said, this is a good way to connect events to general (cultural)
> domain descriptions.
>
>     http://sdo-culture-bundle.appspot.com/VisualArtwork
>
>
> Ah, this is interesting! A while ago I touched on the topic of a
> "missing" Image base class for schema:Painting and schema:Photograph on
> the SchemaBibEx list [1] (based on an exercise in marking up old images
> in my web gallery using schema.org <http://schema.org>).
>
> Is this class intended to be a base class for those image classes (and
> perhaps schema:Movie)? And is there an ongoing proposal for this, or
> would it make sense to work out additional details in the SchemaBibEx
> group? One thing which doesn't seem entirely schema-esque about "Visual"
> is the level of abstraction. Given what Guha recently explained in a
> NISO session [2] about avoiding abstract classes like Agent, I would
> expect something like schema:Image to be appear prior to this class..
> Just a thought. (Even BibFrame, which (arguably) aims for more granular
> and academic definitions than schema.org <http://schema.org>, has a
> StillImage class [3], with nothing more abstract above.)
>
> (In any case, I did miss a foaf:Image equivalent in schema.org
> <http://schema.org> when doing that gallery, as neither my old Amiga
> pics nor pencil drawings are paintings. ;) Of course, I used foaf:Image,
> but don't really expect search engines to grok that (yet..). So it would
> be great to see such a class, whether named VisualArtwork or something
> more concrete.)
>
> Cheers,
> Niklas
>
> [1]:
> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-schemabibex/2014Feb/0040.html
> [2]: http://www.niso.org/news/events/2014/virtual/semantic/
> [3]: http://bibframe.org/vocab/StillImage
>
>
>     This doesn't have examples yet, and there are some overlaps with
>     existing property usage that need addressing, but it should soon give
>     us a unified view of cultural heritage-related improvements.
>
>     Dan
>
>      > "This is a proposal for a new property on schema.org
>     <http://schema.org>'s Event class.
>      > Property name: workPerformed
>      > This property is expected to be used on Event, with values that are a
>      > CreativeWork.
>      > It indicates that the CreativeWork was performed at the Event.
>      > e.g. a http://schema.org/TheaterEvent might be performing Macbeth."
>      >
>      > The latter should compliment the various bibextend suggestions and
>      > existing schema.org <http://schema.org> vocab, by bridging the
>     CreativeWork and Event type
>      > hierarchies.
>      >
>      > Dan
>
>

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