eligibleRegion and ineligbleRegion have different associated types #213

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danbri opened this Issue Jan 5, 2015 · 6 comments

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danbri commented Jan 5, 2015

http://schema.org/eligibleRegion
http://schema.org/ineligibleRegion

eligibleRegion is applicable on more types, but fails to allow Place.

ineligibleRegion is applicable on fewer types (not Demand or DeliveryChargeSpecification), and anticipates Place but not GeoShape, Text.

There is no obvious reason for these properties to vary.

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(We might also consider their relationship to Action types while we're at it - spawn separate issue?)

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I think we should do this.

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danbri commented Feb 6, 2015

I think we should do this.

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agreed

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chaals commented Mar 18, 2015

agreed

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I just submitted a pull request that fixes this:
#393

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mfhepp commented Mar 24, 2015

I just submitted a pull request that fixes this:
#393

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that looks good to me

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mfhepp commented Apr 16, 2015

that looks good to me

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