ISSUE-13: Which activity types are built into AS2, and how are they defined/structured?

ActivityTypes

Which activity types are built into AS2, and how are they defined/structured?

State:
CLOSED
Product:
Activity Streams 2.0
Raised by:
Erik Wilde
Opened on:
2015-02-19
Description:
http://dret.github.io/W3C/SocialWG/AS1-in-AS2.html was an initial attempt to list all "well-known" AS1 activity types and see how they are support/implemented/used in existing systems. Wouldn't there need to be a list of "well-known" activity types for AS2 as well, so that consumers of AS2 can have some expectation of what they might see?

AS1 had a mix of models where (i believe) the idea was a well-defined core vocabulary, possible a registry for "registered extensions", and then the ability for everybody to use URIs and those would be "unregistered extensions". that's modeled after RFC 5988 and a variety of other specs that use this combo of a "controlled vocabulary" and a syntactically distinct "open extension space".

regardless of how exactly AS2 is doing this, it would be useful to maybe at least continue collecting evidence/support for supported/well-known activity types out there, which then at some point in time can be distilled into an AS2 vocabulary, with yet to be determined registration/extension mechanisms.
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Related emails:
  1. Re: AS 2.0 Test Suite Approach (from dret@berkeley.edu on 2015-04-01)
  2. Re: AS2 Issues List (from jasnell@gmail.com on 2015-03-31)
  3. Re: AS2 Issues List (from perpetual-tripper@wwelves.org on 2015-03-31)
  4. AS2 Issues List (from jasnell@gmail.com on 2015-03-31)
  5. Re: social-ISSUE-13 (ActivityTypes): Which activity types are built into AS2, and how are they defined/structured? [Activity Streams 2.0] (from jasnell@us.ibm.com on 2015-02-19)
  6. social-ISSUE-13 (ActivityTypes): Which activity types are built into AS2, and how are they defined/structured? [Activity Streams 2.0] (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2015-02-19)

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