The next release of Schema.org is starting to take shape. On the list of things for consideration is our “Financial (FIBO) proposals for the core vocabulary” for schema.org containing the basic types and properties related to financial products. This was … Continue reading
Hi All, I thought I would update the group as to where we are at in the process of proposing ways for the Schema.org vocabulary to increase its capabilities for marking up financial organisations, their products and services for structured data … Continue reading
Felipe Santi and I welcome you to the Tourism Structured Web Data Community Group. This group was set up in response to a thread, Tourism Schema, that Felipe started on the Schema.org Community Group mailing list. We are a small company … Continue reading
Although the Architypes home page is the entry into our community site most of our efforts will be visible in the Wiki. If you want to see what is going on, this is the place to start.
Welcome. The assumption being that you are here because you are passionate about archives digital, physical, or both, and how to describe them and their contents in a way that can be easily consumed by search engines and others. Using … Continue reading
The Group is engaged with proposing an extension to Schema.org – ‘bib.schema.org‘. Details of the first and subsequent proposals can be found on the Wiki. bib.schema.org is one of the first extension proposals to be submitted to the core Schema.org … Continue reading
A Recipes and Guidelines section is being added to the Group Wiki. Check it out for an introduction to using Schema.org mark up in general, but with an emphasis on bibliographic data. Included are examples for typical bibliographic situations such … Continue reading
Are available on the wiki: http://www.w3.org/community/schemabibex/wiki/Meetings * Dates agenda and call in details for future meetings * Recordings & notes for past meetings