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Re: Series

From: Karen Coyle <kcoyle@kcoyle.net>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2014 11:58:18 +0100
Message-ID: <539AD94A.8020906@kcoyle.net>
To: public-vocabs@w3.org
Definitely series should be at a higher level. However, what is the 
series value? Some series have an actual name, some are a list of things 
with their own names, but there is no name for the whole. Does series 
imply a named list? What would then be done with un-named lists?


On 6/13/14, 10:58 AM, Wallis,Richard wrote:
> A couple of recent threads have highlighted the current very
> TV/Radio-ness of the Series <http://schema.org/Series> Type.  Hardly
> surprising considering the proposal it came from.
> It seems that it would be better if Series became a generic Type with
> more focussed sub-types such as TVSeries, RadioSeries, GameSeries,
> MovieSeries, LiterarySeries, etc.
> Looking at the current TV/Radio Series structure, this might be best
> handled by the introduction of a BroadcastSeries Type to serve the
> current purpose of Series, which then would be replaced by a more
> generic Series Type definition:
>     CreativeWork>Series>BroadcastSeries>TVSeries
>     CreativeWork>Series>BroadcastSeries>RadioSeries
>     CreativeWork>Series>LiterarySeries
>     CreativeWork>Series>MovieSeries
>     CreativeWork>Series>>GameSeries
>     etc.
> ~Richard

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