Core Vocabularies Version 2.0.0 - first and second webinars

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Published on: 11/05/2021
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As part of the revision process of the , we are delighted to invite you for our second webinar dedicated to the Core Vocabularies taking place on the 20/05/2021 from 10:00 to 12:00 AM (CET). 

As part of the revision process of the ISA² Core Vocabularies initiated by the SEMIC Action , preparatory work for a major release has been performed for the following Core Vocabularies : Core Person, Core Business, Core Location as well as Core Public Organisation Vocabulary.

In total, more than 60 issues have been reported on the different GitHub repositories of each Core Vocabulary. Whether these issues were specific to one vocabulary or related to the harmonisation of the different vocabularies, propositions have been presented to the community with a view to addressing these issues.

Two webinars were therefore organised on the 23rd of April 2021 and on the 20th of May 2021, allowing the community to discuss the propositions and reach consensus around the proposed changes.

Reminder of the context underlying the revision of the Core Vocabularies

The Core Vocabularies capture the fundamental characteristics of data entities to ensure a minimum level of harmonisation across domains. Examples of such characteristics are: 

   

Previous release

New release

Location

The different ways of describing a location, e.g. with an address, a geographic name, or a geometry, in alignment with INSPIRE and GeoDCAT-AP.

CLV 1.0.0

CLV 2.0.0

Public Org

The public services, members of staff, relevant legislation, policies and jurisdictional coverage of a public organisation.

CPOV 1.0.0

CPOV 2.0.0

Person

The name(s), the date and place of birth, the identifier of a person.

CPV 1.0.0

CPV 2.0.0

Business

The legal name, address, legal identifier, company type, and activities of a legal entity.

CBV 1.0.0

CBV 2.0.0

Please also note that the virtual room hosting the webinar will be open 30 minutes before the beginning of the webinar (around 9:30 AM CET), so that you can interact and discuss with those already connected. 

 

We remain at your entire disposal to answer any remaining questions.

The SEMIC Action

References

Contact email
seth.van-hooland@ec.europa.eu

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Further information about the agenda and the connection details will be provided in the coming days.

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