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Add markup for Satirical Articles (or as a subtype of NewsArticle, SatiricalNewsArticle) #1437

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danbri opened this Issue Nov 18, 2016 · 13 comments

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danbri commented Nov 18, 2016

Back in 2012, I proposed a "vocab idea: SatiricalArticle" for schema.org.

As Jason Douglas put it at the time,

so essentially you're looking for the schema.org equivalent to ;-) ?

At the time of the original 2012 proposal we had fairly detailed discussions but eventually did not progress the idea, in large part because it was unclear what incentive satirical publishers might have for including the markup.

In 2016 the environment is somewhat different, and satirical news publishers may have some incentive to distinguish themselves from sites that falsely claim their innacurate stories to be true.

There were some useful suggestions that included official codes from IPTC (for news) and from EBU for TV/media, based on the idea that we can model these as a particular well-known genre. While expressing a mapping to those codes would be useful I suggest we optimize for publisher simplicity here, and address the basic case of satirical news articles through a subtype of NewsArticle called SatiricalNewsArticle.

This would complement the recent success of schema.org's fact checking markup, which adds a subtype of Review called ClaimReview (and lists the specific claimReviewed), and would be highly topical given recent widespread attention to the problem of fake news. /cc #1061

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This is a great idea. Lets do it!

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rvguha commented Nov 18, 2016

This is a great idea. Lets do it!

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Aye aye cap'n

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danbri commented Nov 18, 2016

Aye aye cap'n

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@danbri NO NO NO ! Lets use the defacto global standard of Star Wars ! (not Star Trek)

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@danbri NO NO NO ! Lets use the defacto global standard of Star Wars ! (not Star Trek)

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We're more in the Pirates of the Caribbean tradition around here

And thirdly, the Code is more what you'd call “guidelines” than actual rules.

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danbri commented Nov 18, 2016

We're more in the Pirates of the Caribbean tradition around here

And thirdly, the Code is more what you'd call “guidelines” than actual rules.

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If you were waiting for the opportune moment, that was it!

bquinn commented Nov 21, 2016

If you were waiting for the opportune moment, that was it!

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I would prefer Star Trek.

https://www.quora.com/Which-is-better-and-why-Star-Wars-or-Star-Trek

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I would prefer Star Trek.

https://www.quora.com/Which-is-better-and-why-Star-Wars-or-Star-Trek

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Kinda enjoying Potter references atm...

What about fiction, nonfiction + subtype: genre + Style?

I was thinking about genre: news, style: Article being a content genre /
style?

Others could be Style: report Style: liveCoverage

Etc.

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Kinda enjoying Potter references atm...

What about fiction, nonfiction + subtype: genre + Style?

I was thinking about genre: news, style: Article being a content genre /
style?

Others could be Style: report Style: liveCoverage

Etc.

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I would prefer Star Trek.

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Nb: https://schema.org/publication. Looks like it could be updated?

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Nb: https://schema.org/publication. Looks like it could be updated?

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re genre, while we should be clear how to use genre for these things I'd suggest for usability/simplicity reasons a type is worth it here.

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danbri commented Nov 21, 2016

re genre, while we should be clear how to use genre for these things I'd suggest for usability/simplicity reasons a type is worth it here.

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More useful than first considered...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genre

ghost commented Nov 21, 2016

More useful than first considered...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genre

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ghost commented Dec 8, 2016

@danbri danbri changed the title from Add markup for Satirical Articles (as a subtype of NewsArticle, SatiricalNewsArticle) to Add markup for Satirical Articles (or as a subtype of NewsArticle, SatiricalNewsArticle) May 11, 2017

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drafted for pending section, http://webschemas.org/SatiricalArticle

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danbri commented May 11, 2017

drafted for pending section, http://webschemas.org/SatiricalArticle

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