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New type for ShortStory? #1976

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vholland opened this Issue Jun 26, 2018 · 7 comments

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commented Jun 26, 2018

I am looking through the bib.schema.org extensions and did not see a type for short stories. It would be good to add this.

@RichardWallis in case I missed the type or previous discussion.

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commented Jun 27, 2018

There a few things that turned up missing after the introduction of the bib.schema.org extension.

There is a PR (#1449) to add Manuscript, Poster, Drawing, Play, SheetMusic types to bib.schema.org.

I think adding ShortStory to this PR would be a good idea, and then raise the PR's profile for merging into the next version. Not a headline need, but to deliver a small area of more completeness for the library/bibliographic community, and others that use the bib extension.

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commented Jun 28, 2018

@RichardWallis - good idea. Would you mind adding ShortStory into #1449/#1448?

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commented Jun 29, 2018

Seems to be a close match at Wikidata https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q49084 - we should have some best practice to include that in our machine-readable definitions

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commented Jun 29, 2018

New ShortStory type added - see replacement PR #1979

As to close match. We could introduce a default style for referencing this in the rdfs:comment.

My preference would be to add a new recognised triple in the rdfa files indicating the relationship.

Two options for predicate would be either skos:closeMatch; or we add a new meta.schema.org property with a name such as closeMatch or similarTo (maybe itself defined as being closeMatch to skos:closeMatch) a bit convoluted but more schema like.

Whichever, we could then add a formatted reference to term displays in the same way as we currently do for inverseOf

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commented Jun 29, 2018

I would love it if we could begin displaying relationships against Wikidata.
I am OK with skos:closeMatch since it skips the transitive check.
As far as placement... if we begin down the path of using Meta properties, then it could lend itself well to allowing others to suggest and maintain SKOS alignment of Schema.org as well. Then again, it could open a can of worms, but those would be very useful little worms...SKOS folks could actually help contribute more Meta and even help us maintain it.

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commented Jun 29, 2018

Uplifted the discussion about defining and displaying closeMatch relationships with Wikidata into its own issue (#1980).

Please use that issue to discuss that topic, otherwise this thread about a ShortStory may become a long story on a different topic!

RichardWallis pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 21, 2019

danbri added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 30, 2019

Added new Types: ShortStory, Manuscript, Poster, Drawing, Play, Sheet…
…Music to bib.schema.org (#1979)

* Added new Types: Manuscript, Poster, Drawing, SheetMusic
Issuee (#1448)

* Added 'Play' to the proposal

Following proposals in issue (#1816)

* Added ShortStory type to bib extension
See issue (#1976)

* Added releae notes for issues #1448 and #1976

* Moved new definitions from bib into three individual, issue-named, rdfa files in pending.  Updated releases.html to reflect the move.
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commented Apr 10, 2019

Implemented in release 3.5

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