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RE: event --> speaker

From: Owen Ambur <Owen.Ambur@verizon.net>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2017 10:41:57 -0500
To: "'Timothy Holborn'" <timothy.holborn@gmail.com>, "'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>
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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.

 

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 

 

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.

 

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.

 

Owen

 

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

 

 

On Sat, 25 Feb 2017 at 00:32 Elias Kaerle <elias.kaerle@sti2.at <mailto:elias.kaerle@sti2.at> > wrote:

Maybe you can describe it as schema.org/BusinessEvent <http://schema.org/BusinessEvent>  and use the event

yup. BusinessEvent would work

 

properties "actor" or "performer"?

Can you give me 4 examples?  Say 

 

- Whitehouse Press Briefing  

- Annual General Meeting for Alphabet

- Tech Conference

- SXSW 

 

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...

 

open to discussion about vocab of course.

 

On 24.02.2017 13:22, Timothy Holborn wrote:
> I couldn't find speaker under event, useful for corporate events.
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