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Subject:

Re: multiply affiliated refinements

From:

Ann M Wrightson <[log in to unmask]>

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DCMI Architecture Group <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Fri, 27 Sep 2002 15:41:04 +0100

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agentRoles can be confusing - IMO the approach summarized in Sigfrid's mail
is right.

For example, in designing the metadata for UK Govt XML schemas, we had a
problem deciding what to do about a subcontractor who had actually created
the content, vs the commissioning owner who was ultimately responsible. The
decision made was to make the commissioning owner the creator, and use
dc:contributor for the subcontractor, with the role played reflected in the
metadata value. See the following extracts from the v1.0 document:

Examples
For an XML schema developed using the GovTalk process, through the
Government Schema Group:
CONTRIBUTOR: Government Schema Group
For an XML schema developed by a subcontractor for a Government
organization:
CONTRIBUTOR: developed by alphaXML Ltd  http://www.alphaxml.com

Where a schema is developed by a subcontractor or external consultant for a
Government organization, then the Government organization is considered to
be the creator, and the subcontractor a contributor (see above)
Where the schema is developed using the UK GovTalkT collaborative process,
then the Creator is UK GovTalk, and substantial contributors may be
recognized as described above.
Where the schema is developed within a Government organization, then the
name of the organization (or some relevant subunit) appears.

(End of extracts.)

Ann W.

Ann M Wrightson MA MBCS
Principal Consultant
alphaXML Ltd
http://www.alphaxml.com
XML services to Government and Industry

-----Original Message-----
From: DCMI Architecture Group [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On
Behalf Of Sigfrid Lundberg, NetLab
Sent: 27 September 2002 15:06
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: multiply affiliated refinements


I agree with Andy's two main points

        - Element refinement should apply to one element only

        - Of all things the agentRoles could dumb down to, dc:contributor
          is the most reasonable one

Sigge

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