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Re: [BP] Reordering the best practices

From: Clemens Portele <portele@interactive-instruments.de>
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2017 08:14:05 +0000
To: Linda van den Brink <L.vandenBrink@geonovum.nl>
CC: "SDW WG (public-sdw-wg@w3.org)" <public-sdw-wg@w3.org>, "Jeremy Tandy (jeremy.tandy@gmail.com)" <jeremy.tandy@gmail.com>, "payam.barnaghi@gmail.com" <payam.barnaghi@gmail.com>
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Hi Linda,

thanks for this, it is good to have these four clear strategies as alternatives. After a first reading of the page my preference was option 4.

Option 2 is not so different, but I prefer option 4 as I think that, for example, BP8 should come before the CRS BPs.

I have doubts about option 3 as, for example, I think that BP3 is not really about metadata and that while BP4 makes use of metadata it is not about metadata per se either.

Using the term workflow in option 1 may be tricky, too, since a publisher probably should not wait to consider discovery, access and linking until after he/she decided on vocabularies/formats/representations/CRSs?


On 29. Mar 2017, at 12:31, Linda van den Brink <L.vandenBrink@geonovum.nl<mailto:L.vandenBrink@geonovum.nl>> wrote:

Hi all,

At the last f2f, and also at the London f2f, we discussed a final reordering of the best practices (see minutes[1]). I took the action of preparing some proposals.

My first attempts are on the wiki[2].

This is not yet taking into account the two extra best practices that will probably emerge because of refactoring of BP8 and BP14.

My own preference goes to proposal 1 or 4.

One thing seems clear: in all my proposals BP7 (Use globally unique persistent HTTP URIs for spatial things) comes first…

What do you all think?

[1]: https://www.w3.org/2017/03/20-sdw-minutes#x11
[2]: https://www.w3.org/2015/spatial/wiki/BP_2017_reordering_proposal#Proposal_3:_Reordering_the_sections_not_the_BPs


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