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This work stems from a collaboration amongst the schema.org partners, and supercedes the earlier drafts linked below. Lead editors are Yaar Schnitman <yaar@google.com> and Steve Macbeth (Microsoft). Comments and discussion is welcomed via the W3C public-vocabs@w3.org email list.
 
This work stems from a collaboration amongst the schema.org partners, and supercedes the earlier drafts linked below. Lead editors are Yaar Schnitman <yaar@google.com> and Steve Macbeth (Microsoft). Comments and discussion is welcomed via the W3C public-vocabs@w3.org email list.
  
It is independent from, but complementary to, the work to add support for [[ReservationsSchema][Reservations]] and [[OrdersSchema][Orders]]. Unlike most existing schema.org markup scenarios, some of the expected use cases here involve non-public markup; see the document for details.
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It is independent from, but complementary to, the work to add support for [[ReservationsSchema|Reservations]] and [[OrdersSchema][Orders]]. Unlike most existing schema.org markup scenarios, some of the expected use cases here involve non-public markup; see the document for details.
  
 
==Overview (extracted from the pdf)==
 
==Overview (extracted from the pdf)==

Revision as of 21:56, 11 May 2013


This is a WebSchemas proposal Activities and Actions (update) for schema.org. See Proposals listing for more. Status: Proposal



This page tracks a proposal to revise schema.org's approach to activities and actions: Actions in Schema.org.

This work stems from a collaboration amongst the schema.org partners, and supercedes the earlier drafts linked below. Lead editors are Yaar Schnitman <yaar@google.com> and Steve Macbeth (Microsoft). Comments and discussion is welcomed via the W3C public-vocabs@w3.org email list.

It is independent from, but complementary to, the work to add support for Reservations and [[OrdersSchema][Orders]]. Unlike most existing schema.org markup scenarios, some of the expected use cases here involve non-public markup; see the document for details.

Overview (extracted from the pdf)

"This document proposes the introduction of "verbs" to the schema.org vocabulary, in the form of a new Class of Things, called Actions."

Status

  • Next step (alongside public-vocabs discussion) is to generate a machine-readable schema definition. Dan Brickley will do this.
  • Some RDFa examples should be added.

Vocabulary

See PDF for details.

Drafts