[Crm-sig] Call for Comments

Regine Stein r.stein at fotomarburg.de
Tue May 31 01:21:01 EEST 2011


Of course the URI must be open to everybody.
But when the term LOD is used in the document it does refer more 
generally to a descriptive dataset about the material object (to support 
identification), or am I mistaken?

Regine


Am 30.05.2011 23:06, schrieb Christian-Emil Ore:
> I understand Regine's concern. However, there is a pedagogical job to 
> do for CIDOC. The idea, as Max writes, is that the URI is open to 
> everybody eg to be used in Object-ID connections.
>
> Chr-Emil
>
> On 30.05.2011 22:48, Regine Stein wrote:
>> Martin,
>>
>> I can't see a clear notion on "what the term is now", also from 
>> other's comments.
>> Why ignoring serious sensibilities in the museum community - we are 
>> aiming at their contribution, aren't we?
>>
>> Regine
>>
>>
>> Am 30.05.2011 21:07, schrieb martin:
>>> Dear Max, Regine, yes, I support the latter statement. The term is 
>>> Linked Open Data
>>> now, and the Recommendation itself is only about the URIs for the 
>>> material object, not about what
>>> and how much content should be revealed, not even about linking. 
>>> Therefore I prefer to
>>> stay with the term as is.
>>>
>>> Best,
>>>
>>> Martin
>>>
>>> On 5/30/2011 10:32 AM, Maximilian Schich wrote:
>>>> Hi Regine and all,
>>>>
>>>> In principle, I think, we can all imagine Linked Data that is 
>>>> non-open -
>>>> and in house museum inventory databases might be so very likely. 
>>>> But the
>>>> whole point about publishing identifier URIs for museum objects is 
>>>> that
>>>> they are available for everybody to cite. So indeed in our case the 
>>>> data
>>>> should be Linked Open Data.
>>>>
>>>> Also - notwithstanding my high regard of TBL - just because a concept
>>>> was introduced by him does not make it more letigimate, just as 
>>>> building
>>>> reconstructions do not become more realistic if we can attribute 
>>>> them to
>>>> Andrea Palladio.
>>>>
>>>> Best, Max
>>>>
>>>> Dr. Maximilian Schich
>>>> http://www.schich.info
>>>> http://artshumanities.netsci2011.net
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Am 29.05.11 18:13, schrieb Regine Stein:
>>>>> Dear Martin, dear all,
>>>>>
>>>>> Apologies for the very late comment (however just in time for the
>>>>> deadline May 30th ;-))
>>>>>
>>>>> I have one simple recommendation: Please replace "Linked Open 
>>>>> Data" by
>>>>> "Linked Data" throughout the whole documents (and URL).
>>>>>
>>>>> First because Linked Data is the original term as it was invented 
>>>>> by TBL
>>>>> if I'm not mistaken.
>>>>>
>>>>> Second because there is a serious debate ongoing on what "Open" 
>>>>> means in
>>>>> Linked Open Data.
>>>>> E.g. according to the current view in Europeana office it means 
>>>>> that all
>>>>> data to be published as LOD has to be public domain whereas many
>>>>> representatives of Europeana museum projects do question this 
>>>>> requirement.
>>>>>
>>>>> Though this might appear to be a Europeana specific discussion I 
>>>>> think
>>>>> there is no point for CIDOC to potentially cause confusion about 
>>>>> the issue.
>>>>>
>>>>> Best wishes
>>>>> Regine
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Am 21.03.2011 17:02, schrieb martin:
>>>>>> Dear All,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Your comments on 
>>>>>> http://www.cidoc-crm.org/URIs_and_Linked_Open_Data.html
>>>>>> will be most welcome!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Martin
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