Re: ISSUE-38 (Registered what?): Name of the vocab formerly known as Core Business Vocabulary, currently called Legal Entity [Organization Ontology]

Based on the discussion in today's meeting [1] I'm going to mark this 
issue as closed with the resolution that the chosen name is....

Drum Roll Please...

Registered Organization Vocabulary

Preferred abbreviation: RegORG

which suggests:

requested short URI /TR/vocab-regorg,
namespace /ns/regorg#
preferred prefix ro:

My sincere thanks for all the attention paid to this. Expect an updated 
draft spec in the coming days.



On 18/10/2012 14:48, Phil Archer wrote:
> On 18/10/2012 14:39, Dave Reynolds wrote:
> [..]
>> ARGH!  I now see that you've raised this as an issue on ORG. Did you
>> mean to do that?  Surely this is an issue for the ontology formerly
>> known as the Legal Entity vocabulary.
> It's not an issue for ORG as such and I'm as keen as you that this does
> *not* hold up the LC transition - it shouldn't. I do, however, think it
> helpful at this stage to clarify what the LE/RCE/WTF vocab is about and
> why org:FormalOrganization isn't (quite) specific enough.


Phil Archer
W3C eGovernment
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Received on Thursday, 18 October 2012 16:39:13 UTC