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Re: Schema.org v1.6 release candidate: Roles, various fixes, site navigation improvements

From: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2014 12:10:38 -0400
Message-ID: <53A1B9FE.1030300@openlinksw.com>
To: public-vocabs@w3.org
On 6/18/14 10:51 AM, Wallis,Richard wrote:
> >From my experience it is easier to get your head around/discuss examples in Turtle and then referring to the RDFa/JSON-LD/Microdata see how it would be then be implemented.
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> Iíve been thinking about suggesting an optional Turtle tab for a while - so I am now.

+1

The entity relationships are MUCH easier to understand via TURTLE 
notation. Other notations serve specific user profiles. Here's the user 
profile breakdown as I see it:

[1] Turtle -- everyone (i.e, anyone literate person that understand 
natural language sentences and the role they play re., information 
encoding and decoding)
[2] JSON-LD -- Web Programmer that prefers JSON based structured data 
representation
[3] HTML+Mircodata -- Web Master focused on HTML
[4] HTML+RDFa -- No real idea as to the profile here (maybe: Semantic 
Web Web master )
[5] RDF/XML -- aimed at XML programmers (but only confused them and the 
rest of the world about RDF).

It would be nice if Schema.org accommodated both TURTLE and JSON-LD, 
alongside Microdata and RDFa.

  Kingsley
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> ~Richard
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> On 18 Jun 2014, at 15:44, Markus Lanthaler <markus.lanthaler@gmx.net> wrote:
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>> On 18 Jun 2014 at 15:26, Dan Brickley wrote:
>>> On 18 June 2014 14:15, Antoine Isaac <aisaac@few.vu.nl> wrote:
>>>> Does this include *real* licenses URIs like
>>>> http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
>>>> ?
>>> Like in the last example in http://schema.org/WebPage ? :)
>>>
>>> (I realise readers don't know what is in each example 'tab' until they
>>> look... maybe we could improve that)
>> I think the problem is, that it is very hard to "see" what data is in the default's tab (without markup) blob of text. It's almost impossible to skim it. I'm not sure whether schema.org wants to go down that route, but I think even for people that have no idea about how JSON-LD works (or even what it is), it is much easier to skim and understand. So perhaps that easiest tweak would be to show the JSON-LD tab by default!?
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>> Markus Lanthaler
>> @markuslanthaler
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