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Re: Proposal submitted to Schema.org

From: Adrian Stevenson <Adrian.Stevenson@jisc.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 22 May 2018 11:57:38 +0000
To: public-architypes <public-architypes@w3.org>
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Hi Richard

Thanks for the feedback.

> The next phase for this proposal therefore is to obtain from our group members, and others they are in contact with, statements of if/how/when they would implement the terms we propose for data sharing on the web, both for publishing and/or consuming.

For our part, the Archives Hub is intending to publish schema.org markup within our online archival descriptions. We are looking to do this somewhere around July to Sept 2018. We would add the archive enhancements when they are released. The consumption use case is a more difficult one for us to see at this stage, but we would be looking to integrate data from other archival schema.org sources as and when they appear if this looks like it would enhance discovery and improve the functionality of the Archives Hub service.

Is that more or less the sort of statement you were looking for? If so, hopefully others here can provide similar ones for their own services, applications etc.

Cheers

Adrian
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> On 22 May 2018, at 11:36 am, Richard Wallis <richard.wallis@dataliberate.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi Adrian,
> 
> Your question slightly preempts a message I was planning to send round soon.
> 
> The message would have started by saying: You will note that the recent release of Schema.org (3.4) unfortunately does not include our proposals for enhancements to aid the description of Archives and their resources.
> 
> The 3.4 release of Schema.org is imminent, I hope to see it within the next week or three, and I am not confident it will include the archives proposal.
> 
> The reason for our proposals not making it into this release, I believe, is not because of the proposal’s detail, but in the lack of broad obvious support for the proposal from those that will implement it for both data sharing and consumption.
> 
> I probably underestimated the hight of the, how will it be used, hurdle for this proposal — my bad, for which I apologise to the group.
> 
> From my point of view this is only a setback, as I definitely see the utility of this proposal for the Archives and associated communities.
> 
> The next phase for this proposal therefore is to obtain from our group members, and others they are in contact with, statements of if/how/when they would implement the terms we propose for data sharing on the web, both for publishing and/or consuming.
> 
> These statements can be made to this list, the GitHub Pull Request for the proposal, or directly to myself.  I will then collate all these and use them to support our case to hopefully get it into the following release.
> 
> On your, is it an extension or not point, the current proposal is to get the proposed terms into the pending area of Schema.org, from where they can be moved into another area, or dropped, dependant on how and how much they are used.  My personal opinion is that as the proposal is quite small and potentially generally relevant, they should eventually move into the core vocabulary.  A decision for later, let’s get them into pending first!
> 
> I am going to be reaching out to my contacts in the near future to garner support for our case.
> 
> ~Richard.
> 
> 
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> 
> 
> Richard Wallis
> Founder, Data Liberate
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> On 22 May 2018 at 09:56, Adrian Stevenson <Adrian.Stevenson@jisc.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi Richard
> 
> Any news on this? Any idea how/when it may be ratified as a official schema.org extension (if that’s roughly the right way to express it)?
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Adrian
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> 
> > On 28 Sep 2017, at 4:50 pm, Richard Wallis <richard.wallis@dataliberate.com> wrote:
> > 
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > Following on from our discussions I have submitted an outline proposal to the Schema.org community based around Archive/ArchiveComponent.  In parallel I have updated the demo site to match.
> > 
> > You can see the proposal in Github issue #1758
> > 
> > Let’s see what feedback we get from the wider community.
> > 
> > ~Richard.
> > 
> > 
> > Richard Wallis
> > Founder, Data Liberate
> > http://dataliberate.com

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