[Crm-sig] Call for e-vote: LRMoo class F27 and property R16

Žumer, Maja Maja.Zumer at ff.uni-lj.si
Wed Mar 9 13:33:47 EET 2022


Yes to all.

Maja
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Zadeva: [Crm-sig] Call for e-vote: LRMoo class F27 and property R16

Hello all,

Following the discussion of F27<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bSvLLTy4WGQVPzeXo4brfIRDqtihYapYjBDzcsZKgF8/edit> during SIG 52 in February, further work on revised scope notes for F27 and R16 was completed. It is presented here for an e-vote.


This vote is in 2 parts: a-F27; b-R16


Please vote Yes to accept the revised scope notes, or No to not accept them. If voting no, please explain. I will summarize the results to the list on March 20.


a) Revised scope note for class F2, renamed as Work Creation


This class comprises activities by which instances of F1 Work come into existence. An instance of F27 Work Creation can serve to document the period a work was coming into existence and the circumstances of it, when these are known.


An instance of F27 Work Creation marks the initial creation of an instance of F1 Work through expressions or other externalizations that are sufficiently elaborated so that the characteristic conceptual identity of the work could be recognised as existing.


In many cases this will coincide with the first known complete externalisation of an expression of the work. In other cases, the initial creation of an instance of F1 Work may be inferred from multiple, or later, expressions or other forms of evidence. For instance, commissioning of a work may explicitly be agreed on after the presentation of an already complete and detailed elaboration of the work that was not made public. Performances may be prior to written expressions, as in the case of Shakespeare’s works.


The work, as an intellectual construction, may evolve from its initial creation onwards, until the last known expression of it.


An instance of E39 Actor with which a work is associated through the chain of properties F1 Work. R16i was created by: F27 Work Creation. P14 carried out by: E39 Actor corresponds to the notion of the “creator” of the work.



-For comparison, the current scope note of F27


This class comprises beginnings of evolutions of works.


An instance of F27 Work Conception marks the initiation of the creation of an instance of F1 Work. The work, as an intellectual construction, evolves from this point on, until the last known expression of it. An instance of E39 Actor with which a work is associated through the chain of properties F1 Work. R16i was initiated by: F27 Work Conception. P14 carried out by: E39 Actor corresponds to the notion of the “creator” of the work. In the case of commissioned works, it is not the commissioning that is regarded as the work conception, but the acceptance of the commission.


This event does not always correlate with the date assigned in common library practice to the work, which is usually a later event (such as the date of completion of the first clean draft).


In addition, F27 Work Conception can serve to document the circumstances that surrounded the appearance of the original idea for a work, when these are known.



b) Revised scope note for property R16, renamed "created (was created by)"


-Revised scope note:

This property associates the initial creation of a work and the instance of F1 Work that was created.



- Current scope note of R16


This property associates the first conception of a work and the instance of F1 Work itself that ensued from a given initial idea.


It marks the origin of the causality chain that results in a work’s coming into existence.


Thanks, Pat


Pat Riva

Associate University Librarian, Collection Services

Concordia University

Vanier Library (VL-301-61)

7141 Sherbrooke Street West

Montreal, QC H4B 1R6

Canada

pat.riva at concordia.ca<mailto:pat.riva at concordia.ca>
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