[Crm-sig] E-Votes , rules
martin at ics.forth.gr
Thu Apr 16 15:45:24 EEST 2020
I'd like to add that the VETO function is meant to start a discussion
for reformulation of the proposed solution, typically related to
controversial evidence, lacking evidence, a proposal for a more
effective solution, or violation of modelling principles, as mentioned
below. After due discussion, the issue can be put for e-mail vote in a
different form, or will be discussed in face-to-face meetings.
I may remind you that all crm-sig members are entitled to call for an
e-mail vote, if the issue has been presented in a decidable form.
Thank you George for setting this up!
On 4/16/2020 10:37 AM, George Bruseker wrote:
> Dear all,
> After our last meeting of the CIDOC CRM SIG (25-28 February, 2020,
> Athens, Hellenic National Committee of ICOM), we are very close to
> releasing a new official, community version of CIDOC CRM (Version 7)
> which will enable the release of official, community encodings of the
> standard taking into account the significant development work that has
> taken place over the past few years.
> Several issues, however, have remained open which we hope to tie up as
> efficiently as possible, especially engaging e-voting wherever
> possible to speed up the process. Therefore, with this mail, I am
> sending you a number of forms on which I would like to solicit your
> vote regarding several proposed changes.
> With regards to a proposed change, the possible votes are:
> Yes = accept/agree
> No = do not accept/agree
> Other = With other you can either introduce a caveat (e.g.: 'Yes, but
> there is a typo on word x, fix it.') or you can write VETO, if you
> wish to stop the proposed change from happening, in which case you
> should also write a justification (e.g.: 'VETO, this change is
> unacceptable because it violates the following principle...')
> In order to make vote counting easier, we have organised the vote
> questions into google forms. We really appreciate you taking the time
> to support the standard by contributing your voice.
> Every CIDOC CRM class or property should be accompanied by at least
> one illustrative example. Therefore, a number of new examples were
> drawn up to fill in data for properties and classes that have been
> introduced but not yet provided proper examples.
> 1 Miscellaneous Examples
> Here a number of miscellaneous classes and properties have been
> bundled. Please read the class/property scope notes and check the
> example and vote if you accept/agree with the example.
> 2 Space Time Volume and Temporal Properties Examples
> Significant innovation has occurred in the model regarding the use of
> space time volumes and means for representing temporal relations.
> Please read the class/property scope notes and check the example and
> vote if you accept/agree with the example.
> 3 Presence Class and Related Properties Examples
> The Presence class and its related properties, as a specialisation of
> STV, are another important addition to the standard for which examples
> have been generated. Please read the class/property scope notes and
> check the examples and vote if you accept/agree with the example.
> 4 New property for Presence Class
> In the elaboration of the above examples, it was proposed that it may
> be desirable/necessary to introduce a new property to the presence
> class which allows the documentation of the relation between an
> instance of E93 Presence and an instance of E53 Place. Therefore, this
> form allows you to vote on a) if the new property should be
> introduced, b) if you accept the proposed scope note and c) if you
> accept the various examples.
> These votes are called on April 16, 2020 and the voting period will
> last until April 30, 2020. Thank you again for your participation in
> this process. As we experiment with new ways to efficiently manage SIG
> matters with online tools, we are of course happy to have feedback on
> the process/tools (good or bad).
> George Bruseker
> Vice-Chair CIDOC CRM SIG
> Crm-sig mailing list
> Crm-sig at ics.forth.gr
Dr. Martin Doerr
Honorary Head of the
Center for Cultural Informatics
Information Systems Laboratory
Institute of Computer Science
Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH)
N.Plastira 100, Vassilika Vouton,
Email: martin at ics.forth.gr
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