Re: Query on ISO-Cat/DCR

Hi, Arle,
I remember ISO-CAT being mentioned in the context of terminology 
management. The question was "Can we assume term ref and terminology 
lexicon ref to be URIs?, or are they just general identifiers without 
the URI semantics?". Having this assumption would enable better 
validation tools.

Further discussion also lead us to conclude that a lot of these 
resources are not open data, so there's a lot of things not visible from 
the public registries. This makes it hard to enforce, so this will 
probably end up as a SHOULD recommendation.. any comments?

-- Tadej

On 25. 06. 2012 10:15, Pedro Luis Díez Orzas [Linguaserve I.S. SA] wrote:
> Dear Arle,
> I only remember we said that DCR could be a good candidate to attend the TC37 meeting, but I do not know if later you discussed a concrete proposal.
> Best,
> Pedro
> Pedro Luis Díez Orzas
> Presidente Ejecutivo - CEO
> Linguaserve I.S. S.A.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Arle Lommel<>
> Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 08:29:45
> To: Multlingual Web Public<>
> Subject: Query on ISO-Cat/DCR
> Hi all,
> In Dublin we discussed using the ISO Data Category Registry for some aspect of ITS 2.0 but I don't recall what it was. I also seem to recall someone saying that ISO-cat was a problem because it doesn't allow URI-based access.
> I can report that the latter is not only NOT an issue, but that the DCR uses persistent URIs that deliver an HTML representation of the category, so they are accessible through a simple web query.
> So now I just need some help recalling where we thought we might use them. Unfortunately I'm on a small mobile device at the moment where searching for the relevant content in the irc doesn't work well. Does anyone recall right off?  I'd like to discuss our needs tomorrow in the ISO TC37 meeting on the DCR since I can get immediate feedback from the development team here. It does seem already that they are keen to collaborate with us in general but specifics will help me get the right results.
> Arle
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Received on Tuesday, 26 June 2012 13:04:00 UTC