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Actions vocab mis-use of 'antagonym', confirm then change to 'antonym' #247

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danbri opened this Issue Jan 21, 2015 · 1 comment

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danbri commented Jan 21, 2015

http://schema.org/RejectAction
http://schema.org/AcceptAction
http://schema.org/LeaveAction
http://schema.org/ConfirmAction
http://schema.org/CancelAction
http://schema.org/CheckInAction
http://schema.org/CheckOutAction

Migrating in from https://www.w3.org/2011/webschema/track/issues/24

    Raised by Dan Scott @dbs  in http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-vocabs/2013Aug/0120.html

    "I noticed the use of the word "antagonym" popped up frequently to describe the relationship 
    to another action that causes the reverse result. e.g: http://schema.org/AcceptAction 
    says the related action RejectAction is "The antagonym of AcceptAction."
    However, an antagonym is a single word that has meanings that contradict
    each other. ... I believe "antonym" was likely the intended term"

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Here is the current text, for reference.

<http://schema.org/AcceptAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of committing to/adopting an object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/RejectAction\">RejectAction</a>: The antagonym of AcceptAction</li></ul>." .

<http://schema.org/CheckOutAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of an agent communicating (service provider, social media, etc) their departure of a previously reserved service (e.g. flight check in) or place (e.g. hotel).<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/CheckInAction\">CheckInAction</a>: The antagonym of CheckOutAction.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/DepartAction\">DepartAction</a>: Unlike DepartAction, CheckOutAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the end of a previously reserved service.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/CancelAction\">CancelAction</a>: Unlike CancelAction, CheckOutAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the end of a previously reserved service</li></ul>." .

<http://schema.org/CheckInAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of an agent communicating (service provider, social media, etc) their arrival by registering/confirming for a previously reserved service (e.g. flight check in) or at a place (e.g. hotel), possibly resulting in a result (boarding pass, etc).<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/CheckOutAction\">CheckOutAction</a>: The antagonym of CheckInAction.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/ArriveAction\">ArriveAction</a>: Unlike ArriveAction, CheckInAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the start of a previously reserved service.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/ConfirmAction\">ConfirmAction</a>: Unlike ConfirmAction, CheckInAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the *start* of a previously reserved service rather than its validity/existence</li></ul>." .

<http://schema.org/RejectAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of rejecting to/adopting an object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/AcceptAction\">AcceptAction</a>: The antagonym of RejectAction</li></ul>." .


<http://schema.org/CancelAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of asserting that a future event/action is no longer going to happen.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/ConfirmAction\">ConfirmAction</a>: The antagonym of CancelAction</li></ul>." .


<http://schema.org/LeaveAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "An agent leaves an event / group with participants/friends at a location.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/JoinAction\">JoinAction</a>: The antagonym of LeaveAction.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/UnRegisterAction\">UnRegisterAction</a>: Unlike UnRegisterAction, LeaveAction implies leaving a group/team of people rather than a service</li></ul>." .


<http://schema.org/ConfirmAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of notifying someone that a future event/action is going to happen as expected.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/CancelAction\">CancelAction</a>: The antagonym of ConfirmAction</li></ul>." .
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danbri commented Apr 16, 2015

Here is the current text, for reference.

<http://schema.org/AcceptAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of committing to/adopting an object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/RejectAction\">RejectAction</a>: The antagonym of AcceptAction</li></ul>." .

<http://schema.org/CheckOutAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of an agent communicating (service provider, social media, etc) their departure of a previously reserved service (e.g. flight check in) or place (e.g. hotel).<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/CheckInAction\">CheckInAction</a>: The antagonym of CheckOutAction.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/DepartAction\">DepartAction</a>: Unlike DepartAction, CheckOutAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the end of a previously reserved service.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/CancelAction\">CancelAction</a>: Unlike CancelAction, CheckOutAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the end of a previously reserved service</li></ul>." .

<http://schema.org/CheckInAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of an agent communicating (service provider, social media, etc) their arrival by registering/confirming for a previously reserved service (e.g. flight check in) or at a place (e.g. hotel), possibly resulting in a result (boarding pass, etc).<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/CheckOutAction\">CheckOutAction</a>: The antagonym of CheckInAction.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/ArriveAction\">ArriveAction</a>: Unlike ArriveAction, CheckInAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the start of a previously reserved service.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/ConfirmAction\">ConfirmAction</a>: Unlike ConfirmAction, CheckInAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the *start* of a previously reserved service rather than its validity/existence</li></ul>." .

<http://schema.org/RejectAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of rejecting to/adopting an object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/AcceptAction\">AcceptAction</a>: The antagonym of RejectAction</li></ul>." .


<http://schema.org/CancelAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of asserting that a future event/action is no longer going to happen.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/ConfirmAction\">ConfirmAction</a>: The antagonym of CancelAction</li></ul>." .


<http://schema.org/LeaveAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "An agent leaves an event / group with participants/friends at a location.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/JoinAction\">JoinAction</a>: The antagonym of LeaveAction.</li><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/UnRegisterAction\">UnRegisterAction</a>: Unlike UnRegisterAction, LeaveAction implies leaving a group/team of people rather than a service</li></ul>." .


<http://schema.org/ConfirmAction> 
<http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#comment> "The act of notifying someone that a future event/action is going to happen as expected.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href=\"http://schema.org/CancelAction\">CancelAction</a>: The antagonym of ConfirmAction</li></ul>." .
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