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RE: Meeting 22 Nov (09:00 UTC)

From: Nicolas Launois <nicolas.launois@european-athletics.org>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2017 10:19:29 +0000
To: public-opentrack <public-opentrack@w3.org>
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Thanks Martin,

As I mentionned, the lady helping the African Athletics data had 2 remarks (I only pointed out the one about the category of the calendar events):

- As under Competition Feature Type (7.7), there is the following feature: "feature:A Performance achieved at altitude", wouldn't it be interesteting to add an optional attribute "Altitude" to the class Place (6.13), allowing to give the altitude information of a specific venue.

- Does the data model allow to categorize the category of "competition" or "competition series" like it is done on the EA calendar ?(ex. World Championships, Area Championships, National Championships, IAAF meet, EAA meet, national label meet....). It doesn't bring value for that meet in itself, but that would be useful later, looking at the statistics angle, as it will allow to extract and group results of the same type. If all National championships from Europe are tagged as National Championships, you can filter those results easily from the mass of result files.That could also be useful to reflect a certain hierarchy of events at the time when the IAAF and EA are setting different meet categories for the purpose of the new athletes rankings. However, that would require to create a new list of values, so I'm not sure if that would fit in the high level definition of the data model.

Please let me know if we should further discuss this.

Best regards,

Nicolas Launois
Technology and Television Manager

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From: Martin Alvarez-Espinar [mailto:martin.alvarez@fundacionctic.org]
Sent: mercredi, 22 novembre 2017 11:09
To: public-opentrack <public-opentrack@w3.org>
Subject: Re: Meeting 22 Nov (09:00 UTC)

Thanks for your time today. Please, find the minutes I took during the conference at https://github.com/w3c/opentrack-cg/wiki/Meeting-2017-11-29


On Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 5:33 PM Martin Alvarez-Espinar <martin.alvarez@fundacionctic.org<mailto:martin.alvarez@fundacionctic.org>> wrote:
Dear all,

This is the reminder of our weekly meeting. As always, you can connect using this URL: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/110180797 and see more logistic details on the wiki [1].

I included on the agenda the *Schema.org proposal* topic that I want to discuss with you. At least check your opinion before publishing anything.

I've created a draft extension proposal for schema.org<http://schema.org> to cover our requirements.
* It includes the properties and entities defined in the abstract model and missing in the core schema.
* The proposed new terms are based on the existing ones (subClasses or subProperties).
* It also includes some top entities that can be used for other purposes (for instance, SportsDiscipline or SportsCategory).
* The draft version is deployed on:

My question is if we should continue with this schema.org<http://schema.org> proposal, or just be focused on document properly the version Reporlab created and publish examples? Both?

Talk to you soon,


[1] https://github.com/w3c/opentrack-cg/wiki/Meeting-2017-11-22

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