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Re: [dxwg] What does prof:profileOf entail? (#507)

From: aisaac via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2019 13:10:57 +0000
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@makxdekkers good question ("DPLA MAP strictly satisfy all the constraints defined in EDM for all the elements it reuses from EDM"?). I need to check and this is going to take time as there is an avalanche of DXWG stuff in my mailbox...

Re. DCAT-AP extensions vs my case, I'm split: DPLA may have a motivation for including a "similar" class to EDM's edm:ProvidedCHO, when that class is defined as "This class includes the Cultural Heritage objects that Europeana collects descriptions about." It actually allows non-Europeana perspective but the writing is such, that I understand DPLA would want to have a more neutral thing. 

In any case, DCAT-AP profiles, would be a specific kind of profile. Note that this is probably true, whether we go for my "soft" view of what count as a profile, or a stronger one that would be based on say, DCAT. [DCAT profiles](https://www.w3.org/TR/vocab-dcat-2/#conformance) rules out classes that are not covered in DCAT, which seems weaker than excluding elements that would be "similar" to what is in DCAT (adapting to DCAT the criterion coined for DCAT-AP at https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/release/dcat-ap-v11)  

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