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Re: Learning Schema.org (former: Inverse Properties in Microdata:, was Re: schema.org update, v1.8: added WebSite type; broadened isPartOf to relate CreativeWorks)

From: Dan Scott <dan@coffeecode.net>
Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2014 07:29:17 -0400
To: ☮ elf Pavlik ☮ <perpetual-tripper@wwelves.org>
Cc: Jarno van Driel <jarnovandriel@gmail.com>, 'W3C Web Schemas Task Force' <public-vocabs@w3.org>
Message-ID: <20140806112914.GA4184@denials>
On Tue, Aug 05, 2014 at 02:58:31PM +0200, ☮ elf Pavlik ☮ wrote:
>>     "So, help in the form of writing simple tutorials and blog posts
>>     etc. would be much appreciated"

>if someone would like to share effort of producing quality learning
>materials around schema.org, i can't commit to take leadership on it but
>would happily contribute!

I believe that my intro to RDFa + schema.org ("Structured data with
schema.org codelab" at http://coffeecode.net/rdfa/codelab) might achieve
the status of "quality learning materials around schema.org"--at least
it targets that segment of the population that learns from more concrete
activities.

I plan to revise that tutorial to a) improve on the mid-90's HTML style
and b) adopt the inline "show/hide solutions" approach that I used for a
recent "Library linked data with open source" preconference
(http://stuff.coffeecode.net/2014/lld_preconference/). The latter
materials reflect six months more experience on my part, but as (outside
of the introductory presentation) they target a librarian audience, they
probably aren't of general interest.

All of these materials are CC-BY-SA of course. And they walk the walk by
incorporating at least minimal levels of structured data in each
document--they're not perfect models by any stretch of the imagination,
but that avoid my pet peeve of materials that use formats like PDF,
PowerPoint, etc to talk about linked data without actually doing it :)
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