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Re: Draft of the Bioschemas poster for IB2018 this week

From: Franck Michel <franck.michel@cnrs.fr>
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2018 21:09:21 +0200
To: Justin Clark-Casey <justinccdev@gmail.com>, public-bioschemas@w3.org
Message-ID: <4ac47330-2ef9-5220-9c94-43b96fc88882@cnrs.fr>
Hi Justin,

Just minor remarks.
- In the introduction, it would be cool to mention an estimate number of 
websites using schema.org, but looks like this figure this is not so 
easy to find. Anyone would have a pointer?
- A legend about blue vs. red boxes and blue vs. red fonts would help 
understanding the figure.
- Maybe you could mention that, new types are rarely introduced as much 
as possible, instead profiles provide guidelines to markup entities with 
existing types and properties (under "Creating schemas").
- I like the last part, it nicely illustrates the collaboration. I'll 
reuse it probably, it you agree ;). Maybe the fonts are a bit too small 
though, in particular the steps' titles and when zooming in it is very 


Le 11/06/2018 à 18:41, Justin Clark-Casey a écrit :
> Hi all,
> Attached is my draft Bioschemas poster for IB2018 this week.  I took 
> elements from Leyla's poster (she kindly sent me her original 
> Powerpoint) into a big picture approach.
> It's far from perfect, but unfortunately I couldn't start doing this 
> until today and I need to print it pretty much first thing tomorrow.  
> So I likely won't be able to make many changes, but if anybody with 
> time could quickly look for major problems with design or wording, 
> that would be very much appreciated.
> Also, happy to supply or upload somewhere the original Libreoffice 
> presentation file (for various reasons it isn't in Google slides).
> Best Regards,
> --
> Justin Clark-Casey, http://justincc.org
> Research Software Engineer, InterMine, Cambridge
> ELIXIR-UK technical coordinator

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