DCAT Vocabulary team working space
- DCAT v1.0 - original W3C Recommendation
- Editor's draft of revised recommendation
- DXWG GitHub
- Official UCR document - selection of UCs and Requirements using tags
Pages where discussions and proposals related to specific aspects of the DCAT vocabulary are discussed.
Meeting logistics (official participants and invited guests only)
Weekly on Wednesdays, 21:00 UTC or in your local timezone
Connection details in the W3C Member restricted archive. You can also email Dave Raggett <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
To contribute to chat, minutes, joining the speaker queue, actions & issues - join the IRC channel: #dxwgdcat on irc.w3.org on port 6667 - to add your name to the participant's list in the minutes, immediately type
Please be sure to join both IRC and WebEx and use the same nick in both (or it gets very confusing)
See Efficient IRC for cheat-sheet on use of IRC channel.
To use RRSagent - when you first log onto IRC type:
/invite Zakim #dxwgdcat /invite rrsagent #dxwgdcat
- then make sure the logs are public
rrsagent, make logs public (minutes will also be public)
- add the scribe nickname
- scribenick your_nickname
- at the end of the meeting, to generate minutes
rrsagent, create minutes
Note that to avoid fraudulent use of MIT resources, we are not permitted to post details in a publicly accessible location. This includes the meeting access number, the meeting password, and the link to the WebEx page for the meeting. Please don't share these in a public context.
You can connect to audio for free via your computer provided it has a microphone and audio output. Alternatively, you can dial in with a regular telephone using the phone number and access code in the meeting details. This is a US phone number so you will incur the corresponding call charges.