Re: Conneg definition was: Re: Start of profiles analysis page - 2nd reply


On Mon, 11 Dec 2017 at 00:54 Ruben Verborgh <> wrote:

> >> 2. A data profile that the data in the file described using DCAT
> conforms to, to allow
> >> software that wants to fetch the data to get a particular view of the
> data
> >
> > I'd say that technically (for the purpose of describing and negotiating
> profiles) those two are the same: It's about describing the structure and
> constraints of data and in that respect, a DCAT description is only a piece
> of data. So no, in my view we only have one type of profile.
> +1, also see this discussion:
> Most important part of the story for me:
> for conneg purposes, all of those things are simply profiles.
> We should not distinguish at the level of conneg
> (but might do so at other levels).
> Ruben

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