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Re: Vote on usage of non-schema.org terms

From: Melanie Courtot <mcourtot@ebi.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2017 11:00:00 +0000
To: public-bioschemas@w3.org
Message-ID: <3070d59a-21f6-0433-45cf-2eb73cd9cdbd@ebi.ac.uk>
I would like to offer an alternative, as stated by Andra: "Wouldn't the 
best option simply be to be strict on the type Protein, but for the 
remaining properties use the complete ontological space out there, 
without any limitations.", where the type Protein would be replaced by 
others as appropriate.

I don't think it is necessarily a counter proposal as it matches the one 
below partly in the sense that it constrains the profile types, though 
it differs by limiting the creation of specific, constrained properties.

Kind regards,

On 17/11/2017 10:44, Gray, Alasdair J G wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have started a new thread so that we can have a clear starting point 
> for the state of the current discussion. We are now at a stage where 
> we need to make a decision, and I propose that we try to have 
> consensus by midnight Hawaii time on Thursday 23 November*.
>  1. We have agreed that where a suitable schema.org
>     <http://schema.org> term does not exist we will use an suitable
>     existing ontology term directly rather than through the
>     additionalProperty mechanism.
>  2. The consensus is now for a profile to state a suitable ontology term.
>      1. A future revision of the profile will be free to replace that
>         ontology term with another term if there is community
>         consensus for such a change.
>      2. Data providers will also be free to provide additional terms
>         with the same meaning.
>  3. To support the development of common markup, a json-ld context
>     will be provided on the bioschemas site.
>      1. We will look into the feasibility of versioning this so that
>         when a specification is updated the context will reflect those
>         changes.
> If you agree with the above, simply reply with a +1. Otherwise please 
> provide a counter proposal or amendment.
> Best regards
> Alasdair
> *HST: 2017-11-23T00:00-10:00
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> Alasdair J G Gray
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