RE: DCAT WG publication


Can I add a personal thank you for jumping in when I decided to stay in hospital?  It was good to know it was in good hands.

How easy would it be to capture the various steps/activities on a wiki page (perhaps by adding to this one )?   That would make it a bit easier for any of us to do it/take over?  We missed the chance to do this with the FPWD, and we'll have to do a candidate rec publication (maybe more than one) as a minimum.

The one thing I hadn't done (because I wasn't sure how to do it ) was the pub rules check.  (I couldn't get it to run successfully - actually at all.)  There's also the tagging/github release, though that looks fairly simple/obvious.

Do you think that's worthwhile/possible?  

David Browning  
Platform Architect, Refinitiv

The Financial and Risk business of 
Thomson Reuters is now Refinitiv

-----Original Message-----
From: Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran [] 
Sent: 12 October 2018 17:07
Subject: Re: DCAT WG publication

Thanks, Karen. Yes, I have been in touch with Dave R who indicated that 
it will be published on Tuesday.

I tagged the repository and created a release for this milestone: 

including the status of the document for the 2nd PWD.


On 12/10/2018 16:04, Karen Coyle wrote:
> We've received notice that the DCAT draft "looks good" and will be
> published next week. As I recall, documents are published on Tuesdays
> and Thursdays, but in any case we'll send along the announcement when it
> comes through.
> This then leads us to the publicity and community comment stage of this
> work. I will find and post the announcement from the last comment
> period, and we can adjust it accordingly.

Received on Tuesday, 16 October 2018 14:27:41 UTC