Re: ODRL community group - and profiles

I just had a quick look at the ODRL profile (will spend more time with
it later), and it actually looks like an interesting use case for us.
This makes me think that we might want to "declare" existing profile
definitions (DCAT-AP, perhaps BIBFRAME, ODRL) as use cases, and see what
we can reuse from them (or refer to) in our profile guidance. It might
also be a good idea to do a brief round-up of existing profiles in the
guidance document, using them as examples of why people need profiles,
what motivates them, etc.


On 6/26/18 12:06 AM, Svensson, Lars wrote:
> On Monday, June 25, 2018 2:24 PM, Antoine Isaac [] wrote:
>> I've attended the first call of the ODRL Community Group [1], after the Working Group
>> has published the ODRL recommendations
>> I'm trying to follow this with my Europeana hat (we've got some stuff going on on
>> rights). But at the beginning of the call I realized that ODRL has a strong focus on the
>> notion of profiles [2].
> So do you think someone else from the group should join with a profile hat?
>> I've mentioned that our group works on profiles. I've not expressed an offer for
>> formal liaison, as I've got no mandate for it. But if our group is interested we could
>> start paying more attention to what happens in ODRL wrt profiles, when they start
>> gathering them, and maybe registering them. There could be interesting synergies!
> Indeed there could; the ODRL profiles are also media-type independent constructs and that's one of the reasons I've kept pointing to them!
> Best,
> Lars
>> [1]
>> [2]

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