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Add a direct link to Developers page from Schemas page #1937

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commented Jun 7, 2018

Quite often folks ask on the mailing list where to get machine readable files, after seeing the HTML pages. This simple change should help provide a bit more clarity of what is available right on the Schemas page.

Add a direct link to Developers page from Schemas page
Quite often folks ask on the mailing list where to get machine readable files, after seeing the HTML pages.  This simple change should help provide a bit more clarity of what is available right on the Schemas page.
Richard Wallis
Tweak update to templates/schemas.tpl
Agree with the proposed addition of references to downloads on the schemas page.
 
However, it should be more appropriately located after the the html based options.  All users are interested in the html views of the vocabulary, whereas only a [developer] subset are interested in machine readable versions.
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commented Jun 7, 2018

Agree with the proposed addition of references to downloads on the schemas page.

However, it should be more appropriately located after the the html based options. All users are interested in the html views of the vocabulary, whereas only a [developer] subset are interested in machine readable versions.

@danbri danbri merged commit c4e4bae into schemaorg:master Apr 18, 2019

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