Option for publishing schema.org examples from the guidelines

12 Jun 2020

Hello all,
I wanted to provide another option for publishing and registering some of
the outputs from this WG - specifically the examples that will be included
in the guidelines. Forgive me if this has already been discussed but I've
been looking at the w3c listserv wiki
and they have 2 areas in
their community maintained
that are relevant (they welcome contributions to both). One for Community
Examples ,
which is a Github clone/PR with *-examples.txt files found in the data
directory . We
could either contribute some examples there, or use their example.txt
structure for our own guidelines if that is appropriate. Alternatively, if
we decide to use a different format and platform to publish our examples we
can add a pointer to our examples or the wider guidelines in their section
of External Resources
scienceonschema.org and bioschemas.org could also list themselves as an
external resource.
I realize that their "community" may be different than ours, but there
could be value in socializing our outputs there. It is a signal to
schema.org and the web developer community that the scientific community
should be supported, and that in turn we are listening to how they are
constructing their guidelines and talking to their community. We can pick
this up next month (I've added this information to the slide deck
but I wanted to float the option.
Dr. Karen Payne | Associate Director, International Technology
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