Re: Start of profiles analysis page - 2nd reply

Actually, there are other, more relevant, distinctions. A DCAT-AP is an
instance of an AP, and is not in our charge. I'm not sure what
"profiles" alone means, but there are two other concepts that we might
be able to define:

application profile - this includes profiles of executable files such as [1]

metadata application profile - profiles that define "a set of metadata
elements, policies, and guidelines defined for a particular application."[2]

I suspect that [2] is closer to our charge, but we can debate that.


On 12/5/17 2:34 AM, Ruben Verborgh wrote:
> Good idea to have these pages!
> Gentle reminder to always be precise about
> whether we're talking about a “DCAT Application Profile”
> or a “profile” in the more general sense.
> The latter should never be used as an abbreviation for the former.
> Best,
> Ruben

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