Re: [sdw] SOSA: what's the difference between Platform and Host? (#1424)

On 6/8/23 16:47, Alex Robin wrote:
> @KathiSchleidt <> The reasoning is 
> that, according to your own explanation, you chose the term |Host| in 
> OMS because it is more general than |Platform|.
> Since there is obviously a need for maintaining backward compatibility 
> (if you don´t believe me, ask other SDWWG members), this means we have 
> to maintain the two concepts in SOSA, either by making them exactly 
> equivalent, or making one a subclass of the other.

None of this needs changes to SOSA, correct? You can have equivalence or 
subclass axioms in OMS (that imports SOSA).


> P.S. I would appreciate if you could please stop saying that I "hack" 
> things or that I "mix things up" (c.f. comments in other issues). I 
> think we are not going to go anywhere if we don't start by respecting 
> the work of others. I you think it's a problem that I am the one 
> initiated this PR, then say so and propose one yourself. Thank you.
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