On Wed, Mar 05, 2003 at 01:33:36PM -0500, Harry Wagner wrote:
> Dear WG Members,
> Now that the DCMI has published the latest Usage Board (UB) changes to the
> DC vocabulary (educationLevel, bibliographicCitation, etc.) it is important
> that they be included in our RDF schemas, and in the metadata registry. At
> the same time I propose adding a few additional properties to each of the
> terms defined in the schemas. The additional properties are:
> - the dcmi-type (i.e., element, element-refinement, etc.)
> - the term version
> - the date-modified
> Each of these properties have been approved by, and are maintained by, the
> UB. This additional information is important to the registry and is not
> expected to create problems for existing applications.
Does the Registry application also need to know "Status"?
I believe you had considered using dc:relation
together with an identifier for a type of status (e.g.
I was going to propose that the Usage Board declare a term
dcu:status for this purpose -- but not today!
It seems like "dc:title dc:relation http://...#recommended"
would work as a stopgap measure, though it is awfully vague.
Perhaps members of this list have a better suggestion?
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