Re: [dxwg] versioning and resource status (#1238)

If ADMS is useful, its non-normative status is an issue - then this is already addressed by the fact ADMS is a profile of DCAT.  It can be dealt with as a suggested profile recommendation.  What is really achieved by duplication other than potential confusion?  

Alignments are good - except there is no explicit behaviour requiring them to be used in a particular way. If you have an alignment, but its in a separate resource, then what would that mean for any statement about conformance to ADMS?  How could a user discover that ADMS conformance is available via some inferencing entailment regime using the alignment?

Making it normative is best achieved as a matter of changing the status of ADMS.  i think the alternative is to define the ways alignments are used in conformance declarations and determination.

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