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Re: schema.org 1.0a revision: LRMI, Datasets, Audience, Technical Publishing vocabulary and more.

From: Jeff Meyer <jeff@gwhat.org>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 22:56:38 -0700
Message-ID: <CAA1fFew5fNpZ4eecm+siFYhyc70nPYarunG0MUKx_m_h0VZQxw@mail.gmail.com>
To: paoladimaio10@googlemail.com
Cc: Dan Brickley <danbri@google.com>, W3C Web Schemas Task Force <public-vocabs@w3.org>
Did anyone answer Paola's question? I've missed it on the list.

I think the answers would be a good addition to the schema.org web site.
There's a difference between updating a schema (which Paola asks about and
is a murky process based on my experience) and extending it (which is
described on the site).


On Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 10:34 PM, Paola Di Maio <paola.dimaio@gmail.com>wrote:

> Greetings Schema.org Taskforce
> Just joined this list, with a couple of things in mind
> 1. In general, trying to learn about schema.org developments, what's new,
> whats happening (or not :-), in particular interested at thsi moment about
>  what is happening in library linked data, as I am preparing a talk I ll
> give in the summer.
> if possible pls point me to archives, repositories and
> interesting/relevant threads
> where I can learn the latest
> 2.
> I am working with a team of students in India on an exercise in web
> information collection/publishing, and we are precisely working on temple
> metadata
> Having found that a schema already exists,
> http://schema.org/HinduTemple
> we plan to use it, however we
> would like to extend it ( data is missing from this schema based on our
> experience) How can we contribute to refine/improve this particular schema
> on schema.org?
> This for me brings up the question how  the schemas are pulled together in
> the first place, based on what knowledge/construct/process?
> (Since starting the exercise I have learned about this mailing list, so I
> may invite some students to join here if they so wish)
> cheers
> On Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 9:46 AM, Dan Brickley <danbri@google.com> wrote:
>> And we're back. Apologies for the hiccup!
>> On 5 April 2013 01:48, Dan Brickley <danbri@google.com> wrote:
>> > Excuse this brief note; I'll write more in a week. We've just
>> > published a revision to schema.org including substantial new
>> > vocabulary that improves
>> >
>> > The new version is numbered 1.0a indicating that this is approaching a
>> > full 1.0 release but that we still have a few additions to make before
>> > we declare we're at a full 1.0.
>> >
>> > The 1.0a additions are considered stable, but we will fix any bugs or
>> > problems that implementors encounter during this 'soft release'.
>> > Additions include the Datasets vocabulary, LRMI for
>> > education/learning, technical publishing vocabulary, more vocabulary
>> > for describing Audiences, and some supporting utility terms for
>> > describing schema.org types, properties and their inter-relationships.
>> >
>> > I won't attempt here to list everyone who contributed to these new
>> > additions (it deserves a blog post), but thanks for all your hard work
>> > and patience. There are plenty more additions still in the pipeline
>> > and I look forward to following this announcement with work towards a
>> > 1.0b update. In the meantime please share any feedback, issues etc on
>> > the WebSchemas and LRMI lists.
>> >
>> > http://schema.org/docs/full.html as always has pointers to the full
>> vocabulary.
>> > For LRMI, http://schema.org/AlignmentObject is the main type,
>> > alongside additions to http://schema.org/CreativeWork
>> > For Datasets, we added http://schema.org/Dataset and some nearby
>> types...
>> >
>> > Dan

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