VideoGameSeries example on VideoGame uses gameLocation #335

Aaranged opened this Issue Feb 12, 2015 · 8 comments


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The last example (JSON-LD) is for VideoGameSeries, and employs the property "gameLocation".

<script type="application/ld+json">
"@context": "",
"@type": "VideoGameSeries",
"name":"Mass Effect",
"genre":["ARPG", "third-person shooter"],

However, while "gameLocation" is a valid property for VideoGame, it is not a valid property for VideoGameSeries.


Would you rather it be called gameSeriesLocation ?


@thadguidry "gameLocation" is just fine. The bug I'm pointing out isn't that the label is a bad one, but that the example for VideoGameSeries uses a property - gameLocation - which isn't a property listed under VideoGameSeries (it's a little confusing because the VideoGameSeries example is actually found on the VideoGame page).

Either removing the gameLocation property declaration from the example or adding gameLocation as a property under VideoGameSeries will clean up the example. FWIW I favor the latter, as indeed a video game series can have a location.

danbri commented Feb 16, 2015

Thanks. It seems appropriate to allow this, one way or another.

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+1 It seems more useful to add gameLocation to VideoGameSeries rather than modifying the example.

danbri commented Mar 16, 2015

I'll tentatively add it to the sdo-gozer build, but let's get some more +1s here before confirming. @tilid ? @tmarshbing @pmika ?


+1 to add gameLocation to VideoGameSeries.

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Meta bug for sdo-gozer release - vocab issues #418

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danbri commented Apr 16, 2015

Hearing no complaints, let's close out the issue.

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