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# Errata title (with the mail's URI) Errata author Document(s) involved Type (editorial, technical) Details Status
1 Erroneous sub-property axioms for org:holds/heldBy Dave Reynolds, reported by Kārlis Čerāns The Organization Ontology Technical The property org:holds relates an Agent to an org:Post. The specification incorrectly states that this is a sub-property of org:memberOf. This was originally true because an org:Post was itself a sub class of org:Organization. However, the working group decided to remove the sub class relationship and the correspond sub property relationship should have been removed at the same time. A dual error exists where org:heldBy is incorrectly stated to be a sub property of org:hasMember. The sub property axioms have been removed from the ontology. To correct the specification text, remove the rows beginning "subPropertyOf:" from the axiom tables for holds and heldBy.
2 I found typos in the Organization Ontology Shuji Kamitsuna The Organization Ontology Editorial Five typos in various sections Accepted
3 Typo in ORG ontology illustration John Walker The Organization Ontology Editorial Informative diagram incorrectly shows org:hasMember as the inverse of org:member. In the ontology itself there a legacy org:hasMembership property declared as the inverse of org:member. Either remove the inverse link from the diagram or correct it and promote org:hasMembership to a formal part of the specification. Accepted
4 Error in section 2.4 example Dieter De Paepe The Organization Ontology Editorial Section 2.4 lists the following example:
    <> a org:ChangeEvent;
        rdfs:comment "Post-election re-organization and rebranding"@en ;
        org:originalOrganization  <> ;
        org:resultingOrganization <> .

     ?orgR prov:wasDerivedFrom ?orgO .
   } WHERE {
      ?orgR org:resultedFrom / org:originalOrganization ?orgO .

Results in:
    <> prov:wasDerivedFrom <> .

I believe this is supposed to be:
    <> prov:wasDerivedFrom <> .