EuroCris (Brigitte Joerg, Valerie Brasse, Nikos Houssos, Keith Jeffery, Jan Dvorak, and Miguel-Angel Sicilia) contributed the following:
The aspect of contextual metadata and data set provenance (besides accrual periodicity) is important and could be mentioned in the User Scenario. Users want to know information like which persons and organisations (e.g. in the roles of creator, maintainer, publisher) are or have been involved with a particular data set, who was the last to modify the data set, through which activity (e.g. project) it has been produced it or is being maintained, etc. This has been captured as an important user requirement also in the ENGAGE project evaluation activities. Two key aspects are (a) the clear semantics of relationships (e.g. the label “maintainer” for a relationship between organisation and data set) and (b) temporal information (e.g. organisation X was the maintainer of data set Y between 01-01-2012 and 31-03-2013).