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Re: event --> speaker

From: Timothy Holborn <timothy.holborn@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2017 12:41:14 +0000
Message-ID: <CAM1Sok3nQ6VeaEf29uRa1jJ=q0xVif-CEozQ12xXm_oiUivRfQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: Owen Ambur <Owen.Ambur@verizon.net>, Elias Kaerle <elias.kaerle@sti2.at>, public-schemaorg@w3.org
Cc: Russell Ruggiero <russell_ruggiero@hotmail.com>, Rex Brooks <rexb@starbourne.com>, Alejandro Revuelta <alejandro.revuelta@ximdex.com>, Phil Spreier <phil.spreier@3dpdfconsortium.org>
"“party” ~ A meeting for which no records are kept." Hehe.

On Sat., 25 Feb. 2017, 2:41 am Owen Ambur, <Owen.Ambur@verizon.net> wrote:

> Elias and Timothy, in the StratML standard (ANSI/AIIM 22-2017)
> stakeholders can be named, described, and designated as performers or
> beneficiaries (or both) and their roles can also be named and described.
> Usage of the standard will generate folksonomies of such terms, which can
> eventually be recognized as formalized taxonomies if there is sufficient
> interest and will to do so.
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> The elements of the schema are documented at
> http://stratml.us/references/oxygen/PerformancePlanOrReport20160216.htm
>  The schema itself is available at
> http://stratml.us/references/PerformancePlanOrReport20160216.xsd
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> To improve their effectiveness, it would be good if the agendas (goals)
> and stakeholders of significant business events were documented in StratML
> Part 2, Performance Plan or Report, format.  Doing so would not only enable
> more efficient collaboration before, during, and after each event but also
> tracking and reporting of results (inputs, outputs & outcomes) ... in an
> open, standard, machine-readable (XML) format.
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> BTW, here’s my favorite definition of the term “party” ~ A meeting for
> which no records are kept.  I also like this definition of the word
> “complaint” ~ An expression of a problem insufficient to effect a
> solution.  http://ambur.net/#Quotes  Everyone loves a party but nobody
> likes a complainer.
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> Owen
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> *From:* Timothy Holborn [mailto:timothy.holborn@gmail.com]
> *Sent:* Friday, February 24, 2017 8:42 AM
> *To:* Elias Kaerle <elias.kaerle@sti2.at>; public-schemaorg@w3.org
> *Subject:* Re: event --> speaker
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> On Sat, 25 Feb 2017 at 00:32 Elias Kaerle <elias.kaerle@sti2.at> wrote:
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> Maybe you can describe it as schema.org/BusinessEvent and use the event
>
> yup. BusinessEvent would work
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> properties "actor" or "performer"?
>
> Can you give me 4 examples?  Say
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> - Whitehouse Press Briefing
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> - Annual General Meeting for Alphabet
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> - Tech Conference
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> - SXSW
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> Actors / Performers usually get paid to entertain...  I guess it may work
> for some people in some instances, but i thought the concept of 'presenter'
> and/or 'speaker' would be helpful too...
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> open to discussion about vocab of course.
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> On 24.02.2017 13:22, Timothy Holborn wrote:
> > I couldn't find speaker under event, useful for corporate events.
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