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Re: Schema.org v3.5 release candidate for review

From: Hans Polak <info@polak.es>
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2019 11:20:02 +0200
To: public-schemaorg@w3.org
Message-ID: <28a3bbf7-d068-b3a8-0ab8-851f2ce3f660@polak.es>
Good morning,

I was traveling without my laptop when 3.5 was released. Without delay, 
this morning, I've updated the version of 
https://schema.pythonanywhere.com/ to the latest Schema.org release. 
Schema Generator is an open source tool anybody can use for free to 
generate valid Schema's to use as a starting point for their web 

Schema.org contributors can generate valid Schema examples using a tool 
<http://polak.es/en/ontology.html> on my website.

Both the Schema Generator and the Ontology tool generate valid JSON-LD, 
Microdata and RDFa formats.

Contributions are welcome.

Yours sincerely,
Hans Polak

On 2/4/19 17:53, Dan Brickley wrote:
> Thanks to everyone who contributed, version 3.5 is published: 
> https://schema.org/docs/releases.html
> (It is dated 2019-04-01 but we actually published today, to spare 
> attentive readers (hello Aaron...) from agonizing over which 
> definitions might be April Fool jokes.)
> The date also reflects a goal of moving us to monthly releases. I 
> would like a Schema.org 3.6 release for (Wednesday) May 1st 2019. This 
> means giving the steering committee and wider community a rough 
> release candidate ~10 business days prior, to ensure review and 
> oversight. Typically we have also made a few fixes, tweaks and modest 
> additions after that. Maybe we can tighten up that schedule but I 
> think it's reasonable to aim for a good sense of how 3.6 looks by 
> April 15th. I have linked a fresh planning issue from 
> https://github.com/schemaorg/schemaorg/issues/1 for version 3.6, see 
> https://github.com/schemaorg/schemaorg/issues/2193
> Dan
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