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Re: Defining property labels in external context document

From: Alexey Zakhlestin <indeyets@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2013 14:14:56 +0400
Cc: <public-linked-json@w3.org>
Message-Id: <FC262182-4C85-496F-9F0D-B15FB89DB73B@gmail.com>
To: "Adrian Pohl" <pohl@hbz-nrw.de>

On 18.07.2013, at 14:00, "Adrian Pohl" <pohl@hbz-nrw.de> wrote:

> Besides listing the different properties and defining their short names and values, I also thought it would make sense to define the English and German property labels. This would be quite useful as different uses of one context document would present the same labels to end users.

It looks like you're trying to mix different levels.
Labels are usually defined on RDF-Schema level, where you define classes, properties, their relationships and their metadata (including human-readable labels).

JSON-LD @context is not an alternative to this. It just helps to convert shorter json-document into valid RDF.

@context is an instruction to processor, which tells that "name" is actually a http://schema.org/name but it doesn't tell what it means.
Meaning is encoded in RDF-schema

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