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New release of Core Standards and Specifications Vocabulary (CSSV) 1.2.0 is now available

CSSV 1.2.0

Published on: 28/04/2022 Last update: 03/05/2022 News

We would like to inform you about the new release of Core Standards and Specifications Vocabulary. 


What's new?

The CSSV is the vocabulary used for the information exchange related to standards and specifications amongst software solutions, and also for the description of themselves like EIRA, CPSV, IMAPS, amongst other specifications. The CSSV is the key element for the development of the EIRA Library of Interoperability Specifications (ELIS).  This new version features the following minor changes:

  • The class cssv:Scope has been removed
  • The cssv:Specification class inherits from the DCAT the attribute dcat:Version to identify the version of the specification.
  • Addition of the attribute cssv:acronym in the class cssv:Specification and the attribute dct:alternative has been removed.

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