Very good suggestions Karen. I'd also recommend attendees study the EBU
core ontology http://www.ebu.ch/metadata/ontologies/ebucore/. While I will
be unable to attend, I'm extremely interested in where you find this
existing solution to be deficient.
On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 12:35 PM, Karen Coyle <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Casey, I have some suggestions:
> 1) Everyone should read at least the first chapters of the Allemang book,
> Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist:
> 2) Everyone should understand the RDF meaning of classes, properties,
> domain and range before beginning. (cf: http://kcoyle.blogspot.com/
> 3) Don't lean too heavily on Protege. Protege is very OWL-oriented and can
> lead one far astray. It's easy to click on check boxes without knowing what
> they really mean. Do as much development as you can without using Protege,
> and do your development in RDFS not OWL. Later you can use Protege to check
> your work, or to complete the code.
> 4) Develop in ntriples or turtle but NOT rdf/xml. RDF differs from XML in
> some fundamental ways that are not obvious, and developing in rdf/xml masks
> these differences and often leads to the development of not very good
> On 1/5/15 9:35 AM, Casey Davis wrote:
>> Hi Code4Libbers,
>> In case you are interested in attending or staying in the know about the
>> PBCore RDF ontology hackathon happening on February 7 & 8 before Code4Lib,
>> check out the Wiki page: http://wiki.code4lib.org/PBCore_RDF_Hackathon.
>> This is also where we will provide links to all documentation created
>> during the hackathon. In case you are unable to join us, we will be using
>> the hashtag #PBCoreRDF15 on the days of the event.
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