[Crm-sig] PLEASE VOTE: about the introductory text for the “Use and Learn” section of the CRM site

Christian-Emil Smith Ore c.e.s.ore at iln.uio.no
Wed Oct 23 09:43:30 EEST 2019


​I agree with Siegfried. but otherwise yes. In general we should be careful not to fall into the EU-application-speech-trap.

Chr-E

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To: Bekiari Xrysoula; crm-sig at ics.forth.gr; Robert Sanderson
Subject: Re: [Crm-sig] PLEASE VOTE: about the introductory text for the “Use and Learn” section of the CRM site

I would propose instead of „an intellectual system for organizing and integrating cultural heritage data“  another more simple wording we used in former times like ‘well elaborated method’ or ‘well specified method’ or just simply method (based on a conceptual hierarchy) organising and integrating cultural heritage data.





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Siegfried
Am 22. Okt. 2019, 23:57 +0300 schrieb Robert Sanderson <RSanderson at getty.edu>:
YES

Rob

From: Crm-sig <crm-sig-bounces at ics.forth.gr> on behalf of Bekiari Xrysoula <bekiari at ics.forth.gr>
Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 1:44 PM
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Subject: [Crm-sig] PLEASE VOTE: about the introductory text for the “Use and Learn” section of the CRM site


Dear All

Following the decisions of the current working group meeting, we invite you to vote if you accept   the introductory text for the “Use and Learn” section of the CRM site

The text is the following:
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How can I use the CIDOC CRM?

The CIDOC CRM is, first of all, an intellectual system for organizing and integrating cultural heritage data. This system is officially expressed in specification documents. These documents are available in the resource section of this website. These are the official reference documents for the CIDOC CRM and are actively maintained by the CIDOC CRM SIG and updated according to user needs and the organic growth of the standard.
Using CIDOC CRM in practical data integration scenarios can be achieved in a number of ways. In a common scenario it can be implemented in RDF or OWL based knowledge bases; alternatively, it can be used to enable the implementation of cross database query interpreters. It can also be used as an intellectual guide in order to build more effective traditional relational databases.
In order to begin the adoption of CIDOC CRM in different use scenarios, potential adopters are encouraged to consult the tutorials and information available in the teaching section of this website. There are also a series of FAQ documents designed to help answer common questions of CRM adopters. Potential users/members of the CRM community are also welcomed to contact the CIDOC CRM SIG for advice and information. If you are already using CIDOC CRM and have questions or issues that are not resolved by the documentation and tutorials, you may always join the CIDOC CRM SIG mailing list and post questions on specific topics there. The results of past questions and issues are collected on the website and form a useful archive to consult in order to answer previously asked questions.
As mentioned above, the CIDOC CRM now encompasses both the basic standard, CRMbase, as well as a family of modular extensions. Each of these extensions has its own specific website to support its use in the same manner as above. To see the present list of extensions, please click here<http://www.cidoc-crm.org/collaborations>.

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PLEASE VOTE :

YES for accepting,

NO for not accepting,

OR

Send us any major comment you might have

by Oct. 25 2019.

all the best

Chryssoula

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