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Re: [dxwg] PROF roles and their definitions (#1049)

From: Karen Coyle via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 03 Sep 2019 14:38:39 +0000
To: public-dxwg-wg@w3.org
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Actually, I included some examples in my list, but here are some more:

1. Human-readable profile vocabulary documentation (may include description of required/desired schema and record formats) - example: DCAT-AP, DCAT-AP-SE, GeoDCAT-AP-IT, etc.
1. Human-readable business rules (guidance) - example: DCAT-AP, et al
1. Machine-actionable validation rules (it may be useful to call out XSD, SHACL, ShEx, Schematron... others commonly in use?) Examples: Europeana Schematron, BIBFRAME/SHACL, DCAT-AP SHACL
1. Vocabulary that is encoded in a schema language (XSD, OWL, YAML, JSON-S, ????) Example: DCAT-AP .ttl, BIBFRAME .ttl
1. Diagrams of the data model (I'm only so-so on this one) example: BIBFRAME, Figure 1 - DCAT Application Profile UML Class Diagram. (The reason I'm only so-so on this is that the diagrams are rarely stand-alone, usually within a human-readable document, and may not be worth calling out on their own)
1. Example sets example: DCAT

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