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RE: Competition Types [was Re: Meeting 22 Nov (09:00 UTC)]

From: Ivan <ivan.work.mail@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 20:51:48 +0200
Message-ID: <CALYbu9id5Zin12Y4sQJXVFsK40OnXQbG4-H_GU8OqimXLNAbXw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Martin Alvarez-Espinar <martin.alvarez@fundacionctic.org>, Nicolas Launois <nicolas.launois@european-athletics.org>, Andy Robinson <andy@reportlab.com>
Cc: Martin Alvarez-Espinar <martin@w3.org>, public-opentrack <public-opentrack@w3.org>
Dear all,



Please find our Regional Federations file. We have made an auto export
script from our database, so when data change, we’ll just export new file.
I think we’ll have some clubs file also this week (but just club names and
club categories for now).

I could not update the file on web, I don’t have access to edit, so maybe
somebody could copy-paste it there?



*--------------------------------*

*Ivan Kachkivskyi*
*Official Ukrainian Statistician, **ATFS Member*
E-mail:* ivan.work.mail@gmail.com <ivan.work.mail@gmail.com>*
E-mail:* ivan@ivan.org.ua <ivan@ivan.org.ua>*
*www.ivan.org.ua <http://www.ivan.org.ua> *



*From:* Martin Alvarez-Espinar [mailto:martin.alvarez@fundacionctic.org]
*Sent:* Tuesday, November 28, 2017 7:09 PM
*To:* Nicolas Launois <nicolas.launois@european-athletics.org>; Andy
Robinson <andy@reportlab.com>
*Cc:* Ivan Kachkivskyi <ivan.work.mail@gmail.com>; Martin Alvarez-Espinar <
martin@w3.org>; public-opentrack <public-opentrack@w3.org>
*Subject:* Re: Competition Types [was Re: Meeting 22 Nov (09:00 UTC)]



Dear all,



Just to continue with the discussion on how to represent the calendar of
competitions, I've been researching on the existing vocabularies. This is a
proposal that I think covers all the requirements you have mentioned.



(terms simplified for a clearer notation)



{

    "name": [

        {

            "@value" : "XXVIII Santa Pola Half Marathon",

            "@language" : "en"

        },

        {

            "@value" : "XXVIII Mitja Maraton Villa Santa Pola",

            "@language" : "ca"

        }

    ],       ^^^Names in several languages

    "category" : [ "U23", "SEN", "M35", "M40", "M45"],

    "discipline" : "HM",

    "url": "http://www.mitjasantapola.com",

    "image": "http://www.mitjasantapola.com/+++santa_pola.png",

    "location": {

        "name": "Calle Muelle, Santa Pola",

        "map": "https://www.google.es/maps/@38.1900419,-0.5587148,17z",

        "geo": {

            "lat": 38.1900419,

            "lng" : -0.5587148,

            "elevation" : 17.2

        },

        "address": {

            "streetAddress": "Calle Muelle",

            "addressLocality": "Santa Pola",

            "postalCode": "03130",

            "addressCountry": "ESP"

        }

    },

    "startDate": "2017-01-12",

    "endDate": "2017-01-13",

    "status": "Finished",

    "organizer": {

        "name": "Club Atletismo Santa Pola",

        "address": {

            "streetAddress": "Av. Albacete, 10",

            "addressLocality": "Santa Pola",

            "postalCode": "03130",

            "addressCountry": "ESP"

        },

        "telephone" : "(+34) 966 69 00 99",

        "email": "atletismosantapola@gmail.com"

    },

    "entryRequirements": "Athletes with RFEA Licence and…",

    "license": "IAAF-Bronze-Road-Race",

    "audience" : "International",

   …

}



The competiion may be "licensed" under a specific terms. This could be
those permits you already mentioned. Can those *labels* be considered as
licenses?



Anyway, 'labels or permits' may be defined with an existing schema.org type
(http://schema.org/Permit).



For instance:

{

  "type" : "Permit",

  "name" : "IAAF Copper Meeting Label",

  "issuedBy" : "IAAF",

  "validIn" : "Europe",

  …

}

It is clear that calendars consider, at least "national" and
"international" The level of coverage of the competition could be also
indicated with the expected "audience" of the competition: international
audience, national audience?



Talk to you tomorrow!



Martin


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