Re: [dxwg] Are we superseding DCAT 1 or not once DCAT 2 is a REC? (#1177)

I agree with Andrea and Riccardo. Looking at the descriptions of the alternatives, it seems to be that "superseded" is what we're after.

"W3C may obsolete a Recommendation, for example if the W3C Community decides that the Recommendation no longer represents best practices, or is not adopted and is not apparently likely to be adopted. An Obsolete Recommendation may be restored to normal Recommendation, for example because despite marking it Obsolete the specification is later more broadly adopted.

W3C may declare a Recommendation Superseded if a newer version exists which the W3C recommends for new adoption. The process for declaring a Recommendation Superseded is the same as for declaring it Obsolete, below; only the name and explanation change.

W3C may rescind a Recommendation if W3C believes there is no reasonable prospect of it being restored for example due to burdensome patent claims that affect implementers and cannot be resolved; see the W3C Patent Policy and in particular section 5 (bullet 10) and section 7.5."

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