On 4/27/14 11:18 PM, John F Sowa wrote:
I did *not* say that Schema.org is OWL-based. GoodRelations used OWL,
and Schema.org adopted GoodRelations but without all the OWL features.
I used the I term "OWL-level", but I should have been more precise.
Yes, precision is important here otherwise folks with jump to
utterly inaccurate conclusions about Schema.org.
GoodRelations is assimilated into Schema.org modulo its relation
semantics. Basically, GoodRelations will never go away, since in its
original form you have important semantics that aren't part of
In sense, GoodRelation's perceived assimilation into Schema.org is
just another case of smart bridging that understands that there will
be a time (very soon) when we get beyond all the *myopic* syntax
& markup language distractions that currently obscure the value
and power of entity relation semantics.
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