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

Olivier Marlet olivier.marlet at univ-tours.fr
Wed Oct 23 12:45:16 EEST 2019


YES

Olivier

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Le mer. 23 oct. 2019 à 10:20, Richard Light <richard at light.demon.co.uk> a
écrit :

> yes
>
> Richard
> On 22/10/2019 21:41, Bekiari Xrysoula wrote:
>
> 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:
> ==================================================
>
> 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>.
>
> ======================================================================
>
> *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
>
> --
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Chryssoula Bekiari
> Research and Development Engineer
>
> Center for Cultural Informatics / Information Systems Laboratory
> Institute of Computer Science
> Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH)
>
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> Phone: +30 2810 391631, Fax: +30 2810 391638, Skype: xrysmp
> E-mail: bekiari at ics.forth.gr
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